Air Marty

Air Marty

An…interesting game. First, let me talk about the downsides of this game: some typos in the game and some of the minigames were either a bit hard or the controls were a bit finicky (I wasn’t sure which it was in all honesty). Both issues I have with the game are actually pretty small overall. I did thoroughly enjoy myself playing this game, so that definitely outweighed any downside I had with the game. There are a total of 64 (technically 65) endings, which I did love. I didn’t realize at first that I could use the continue feature to pick points in the game so I can get the various endings a lot quicker than redoing the whole game every single time. I expected a comedy (which it most definitely is) but I wasn’t prepared for a dark comedy (which a lot of the endings get pretty dark, so a warning for anyone who is sensitive to dark jokes and

! themes of suicide/self harm). Strangely enough, I did also thoroughly enjoy the artwork in-game. It was varied and some were (purposefully?) odd/bad, but it was unique and added another comedic effect to the game.

Real player with 10.2 hrs in game

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The game was worth the money and time I spent with it. This is this developers first game, you can definitely feel it. There is a level of polish missing that while isn’t too distracting is definitely notable.

The game takes quite a long time to launch. There is a button binded that brings you directly back to the menu instead of a pause screen. There is a button that skips the menu that takes you directly to the level select. You can spam these buttons and reload the menus really fast and cause the soundtrack to restart rapidly. The way certain controls feel on multiple levels feel very floaty and weird. Not being able to skip through the dialogue fast enough to replay a mini-game can be a chore, especially if the mini-game isn’t very self explanatory and you can fail some of them instantly.

Real player with 5.6 hrs in game

Air Marty on Steam

Polandball: Can into Space!

Polandball: Can into Space!

This game is… pretty good! As a fan of the comic series, I have to admit this game was very well-made. So, let’s go.


  • Very well made for being based on such an obscure comic series

  • Jokes and stereotypes are funny

  • Controls are easy to get used to

  • Upgrade and Part system is well-priced

  • Worth the money

  • Achievements are not too hard to get


  • Belgium’s AI

  • Ending should have had an ironic twist (involving Russia/USSRball)

  • Repetitive soundtrack (easily solveable by muting music)

Real player with 6.3 hrs in game

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A fun, comical, charming game of skill, prediction and chance.

Guide Polandball to space, avoid other hassling countries and try not to be held back by the gravity of larger nations such as Russia, China and Canada.

Collect fuel to reach your dreams in the sky, eat burgers to keep your health up, and collect money so you can stop using kitchenware as a rocket.

Its not all struggle though, occationally netherland ball or sometimes a jamaica ball will help you get higher… in various ways.

For $3 or less its pretty well worth it. You will get more satisfaction out of this than you will the bag of chips you would otherwise buy.

Real player with 5.2 hrs in game

Polandball: Can into Space! on Steam

Death and Taxes

Death and Taxes

In my ongoing and likely futile effort to write a Steam review for every game in my library (#509 out of 700+)… it’s time for Death and Taxes.

Maybe it’s the Terry Pratchett fan in me, but I am instantly attracted to any game where you play as Death–or a grim reaper–and doubly so if an otherworldly bureaucracy is also in the mix. Unfortunately this game never really fully embraces its premise–you may play as a grim reaper, but one very clearly written from a human perspective. The ultimate goal of the game is to save humanity from extinction: the narrative frames this as an inherently positive goal, because this is what the (expectedly human) players are likely to think. This is, to me, an enormous missed opportunity. Instead of taking this for granted, how much more interesting would the story be if the player character had the opportunity to learn about humanity and then decide for themselves whether or not they should attempt to divert fate?

Real player with 11.6 hrs in game

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Let’s talk about Death… and Taxes!

This game is as remarkable as it is breathtaking. The visuals are a blend of muted charcoals, discarded ash and vivid pastels. It grants a sense of life crushing through a somber reality, lends itself to the joy just under the surface of the macabre concept of being a 9-eternity desk worker in the office of annihilation.

The beginning opens with an animated comic, gray, yellow, red. The tone is whimsical and aggravated, the agitation of your future employer evident from the outset. Lemon, spice and everything ni- human eyes. A slightly different recipe from the Power Puff girls was used to create you! A Grim meant to choose who lives and who dies. You take an elevator, you enjoy an in-office bed chamber, there’s a basement with a deranged merchant of questionable origin and that’s life.

Real player with 10.9 hrs in game

Death and Taxes on Steam



I never expected getting away with murder would be this fun! I thought Overboard would be a straightforward piece of interactive fiction, a few different routes to a few different endings, a great story along the way. Instead what I found was a deceptively simple game with a ton of moving parts. Everyone you share the ship with has their own routines, agendas and information, all of which are stacked against you. When you start this game, you will almost certainly fail. It’s through multiple (very quick!) playthroughs that you’ll begin to piece together what’s going on, what everyone’s hiding and what gaps in their knowledge you can exploit.

Real player with 6.9 hrs in game

In the past few years, Inkle has really won me over as a fan by putting out interesting and inventive narrative games like Heaven’s Vault and Pendragon, giving interesting an informative talks on game design at narrative-focused game conventions, and maintaining their popular trademark design tool, Ink, which is available for anyone to use. Overboard, their newest title, is a surprise release, completely unannounced prior to dropping on the storefront yesterday.

In Overboard, we meet an attractive young femme fatale who, in the opening scene, impulsively seizes an opportunity to get rid of her crappy husband by pushing him off of the deck of an ocean liner. The next morning, we step into her shoes, and have one in-game day to help her cover up the crime before the resident Poirot-like detective connects the dots and sends her to jail. To succeed, you will have to lie convincingly and keep your lies consistent. You must search the ship to locate and dispose of evidence without drawing suspicion onto yourself. Meanwhile, find out what your fellow passengers know about the crime and bribe, blackmail, drug, or seduce them into silence. If that doesn’t work, find a more violent way of getting rid of any witnesses. If you are really skilled, you might be able to pin the crime on someone else to collect that sweet, sweet life insurance money.

Real player with 5.8 hrs in game

Overboard! on Steam

Henchman Story

Henchman Story

Have you ever wanted to work for a super villain well you can with this visual novel sign up today and you even get your own custom henchman uniform and locker and the perk of working for the greatest super villain the world has ever known. An amazing visual novel about being a henchman for a goofy super villain boss and interacting with other henchmen, superheroes and super villains. The story is pretty good the characters are all pretty interesting and remember able the voice acting also for this game is great. the writing also for this visual novel is pretty good there were times in this visual novel that I laughed and thought was interesting and then there were times where I was actually was interested in the fighting scenes of the visual novel and what would happen next in the scenes following up. Overall I have enjoyed playing this visual novel and getting the endings I have already gotten and I am going to continue getting all the endings that I can get for this visual novel.

Real player with 40.9 hrs in game

I have never reviewed a game since I have my account on steam so this will be my first review but I cannot let this gem of a visual novel go unnoticed.

Its characters, its humor, its soundtrack and especially Stan, its protagonist, are so refreshing and funny that I can not find any complaints. If we talk about replayability I can’t make any criticism either, there are a lot of little things that change completely as the scenes unfold, and not to mention the various endings that there are, some will make you feel like the worst human being in history and the others as the happiest person of all.

Real player with 33.3 hrs in game

Henchman Story on Steam

Mentai Uncensored

Mentai Uncensored

god a fucking damn great game guys, i’ve been playing it nonstop, and these c0ck teases are just something else.

Real player with 23.6 hrs in game

Mentai Uncensored is a joke game, that the developers hope you pay for and I highly urge you not to do that. Since there’s no story we are jumping straight to graphics:


Well the graphics are just a bunch of stock photos of fat dudes. Literally that’s all it is, it’s repulsive photos of fat people you have to put back together. So yeah that’s about all I can say here.


The audio is awful, it’s nothing more than a stock song playing on a loop and dudes moaning constantly. It’s not funny at all and it gets annoying after the first minute and if you do end up buying this game then well you will mute the game and play in either complete silence or just listen to your own music while playing.

Real player with 1.3 hrs in game

Mentai Uncensored on Steam

XorceD - Sashiro’s Laedrum

XorceD - Sashiro’s Laedrum

Get this game if it’s on sale, a hidden gem among VNs.

3 different endings, cool characters, nice story.

Has cards and achievements.

Real player with 37.9 hrs in game

Usually I don’t play story driven games, but ‘XorceD - Sashiro’s Laedrum’ is wonderful!

Surprisingly refreshing and cool! Great characters, good job to the developers!

Real player with 17.6 hrs in game

XorceD - Sashiro's Laedrum on Steam

Kyle is Famous: Complete Edition

Kyle is Famous: Complete Edition

I played through every single one of the endings of this game. And although I would love to say ti was worth it, I cannot.

The humor is funny at first, but then you realize that the writer of this game has an obsession with vore/cannibalism/vomit and it’s pretty easy to predict the direction of every single ending. Also, there were many times when perfectly decent endings were drawn out to the point where it’s completely ridiculous and unfunny, like it’s necessary for Kyle to completely change society every time he dies.

Real player with 13.6 hrs in game

The trailer for this game gave me major Stanley Parable vibes so I was excited to play it. Unfortunately the trailer is pretty misleading. The narrator reads out your choices and the results in a normal voice. There’s no emotion (confusion, anger, exasperation, etc), and there’s no additional comments. The only similarities with Stanley Parable are that playthroughs can unlock additional options for the next playthrough. As far as humour goes, it had the odd funny moment but most of it was just stupid, and not in a funny way IMO. Humour is very subjective though so I can understand some people liking it.

Real player with 4.0 hrs in game

Kyle is Famous: Complete Edition on Steam

Idol Manager

Idol Manager

I put 88 hours into this game. The most standout part of it was the writing really had no business being as good as it was in this game, that is pretty clearly low budget and lacks some polish. I think if they would have kept fixing some of the bugs and polishing it for a month or two more before releasing, it could have easily been so much better and they could have charged twice as much. Also, having the 18+ version as DLC. I used the decensor patch (which turns it into more of an ecchi game, nothing hardcore), and while it didn’t make the game any better at the core, it did add a certain level of spice to elevate the experience.

Real player with 95.3 hrs in game

This is the kinda game that I stayed up til 5am playing multiple times and when I finally reached the story mode ending early this morning I immediately asked my roommate “hey what do I do with my life now.” (Obviously the answer is to get the remaining endings and achievements but like. first playthrough is done there’s no going back to it.)

The story was a lot more interesting than I was expecting, but even without it the business sim part holds up imo. It’s really easy to get attached to the idols, and it’s fun and satisfying to help them earn fame and awards and such. Definitely don’t do what I did and buy this the week before two big projects are due though. For the sake of my grades I have to leave it alone for a while lmfao.

Real player with 51.0 hrs in game

Idol Manager on Steam



A simple story about a simple man, that just wants his everyday routine not to be ruined. A story, that many of us could tell.

Once you’ll start to play Dave, you will soon find out that there is a quite some background for this well made tribute to a Pac-man like games. I was simply amazed with the amount of all the dialogues, options, hidden jokes and obvious puns, all accompanied with great chiptune music. The music itself makes a huge work here as well, as many times I have just realized that I am humming the tones along with my head nodding to the rhythm.

Real player with 7.9 hrs in game

Dave-Man is a charming retro-style game that taught me to despise anyone named Cathy! (for real, there is something very satisfying about getting caught out by her for the 15th time and exclaiming ‘GOSHDARNIT CATHY’ while smacking your desk).The gameplay is heckin fun, reminds me of my terrible attempts at Pac-Man when I was a wee lad but with cool extra stuff like online shopping and cats!!!The music is delightful, love the chiptune sound and it is there to comfort you when you inevitably get caught because you tried the hardest difficulty room.The end of a run is a really nice touch too, I won’t spoil it but it made me genuinely laugh.Overall I’d super recommend, and honestly it’s a steal for the price. It’s cheaper than a coffee from Costbucks for Christ’s sake and it comes with janitorial friendship!!

Real player with 2.7 hrs in game

Dave-Man on Steam