The American Dream

The American Dream

A 1950’s Fallout type of America where guns rule and you take a Gun theme park ride through a series of life’s moments (mini-games) as you grow up to show how you cannot do without the blue steel of an American gun.

It’s a hard one, the artwork, voice acting and story are all top-notch, the work has gone into this game and it has a fair price tag. The main problem is the mini-games are just a series of boring been there done that games and VR is well past most of these now. The novelty is not there anymore and honestly, it’s just one boring mini shooting game after another.

Real player with 28.2 hrs in game

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The American Dream is an australian fps shooting gallery VR game set in the 1950ies in the height of McCarthyism. What really sets this game apart from most fps games i atleast have played or heard of is that this game is strongly satirical and critical of the americans infatuation and love for the right to carry arms so the game will surely be devisive as the subject certainly is a hot potato. Propably not a game for NRA members but if you as many americans cares for the right to carry weapons and still has some sense of humour left in regard of the subject i wouldnt necessarily recommend against the aquisition of it either. The game is outright preposterous like when you have to feed your baby with a gun by sticking a gun down the babys food while afterwards feeding it with the weapon stuck right into the toddlers face. On the other side the game has many quotes by renowned filosophers in regard of society and govermental power and such so the mix of the ridiculous and the insightfull makes this a truely unique experience while shooting your way through different scenarios with a talking dog by your side though the game.

Real player with 9.8 hrs in game

The American Dream on Steam

Spoon Simulator 2020

Spoon Simulator 2020

Spoon Simulator 2020

Feel yourself a spoon. The first ever spoon simulator, an ability to feel yourself a beautiful top quality spoon.

Be a spoon. Become a spoon. Embrace the spoon.

Spoon for life. Spoon for president! Are you a spoon? No? Then buy this game to become one!


-First and third person view. See the world through eyes of a spoon

-AAA 3D graphics

-Unique idea & gameplay

-Feel yourself a spoon

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Spoon Simulator 2020 on Steam

Loot Box Quest

Loot Box Quest


☐ You forget what reality is

☐ Beautiful

☐ Good

☑ Decent

☐ Bad

☐ Don‘t look too long at it

☐ Paint.exe


☐ Very good

☐ Good

☑ It‘s just gameplay

☐ Mehh

☐ Starring at walls is better

☐ Just don‘t


☐ Eargasm

☐ Very good

☐ Good

☑ Not too bad

☐ Bad

☐ Earrape


☐ Kids

☐ Teens

☐ Adults

☑ Human

☐ Lizards

—{PC Requirements}—

☑ Check if you can run paint

☐ Potato

☐ Decent

☐ Fast

☐ Rich boiiiiii

☐ Ask NASA if they have a spare computer


Real player with 17.9 hrs in game

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Do you like clicker/idler games? Do you like satire concerning the current state of the gaming industry? If so, this is the game for you.



-Easy to understand interface

-Lots of moving numbers to distract young children

-Amusing status updates and upgrades that are a vicious and easily understood satire of many modern game publishers and the terrible nature of the gaming market today

-Easy to acquire all achievements


-If you play it without automating certain things, like with clicker macros (Automation is great!) you may have a sore finger and cause extra wear to your mouse buttons

Real player with 12.5 hrs in game

Loot Box Quest on Steam

CUCKOLD SIMULATOR: Life as a Beta Male Cuck

CUCKOLD SIMULATOR: Life as a Beta Male Cuck

I’ve been a cuckold for 50 years now. And after 60 hours this really does help the simple minded man understand the ways of a beta cuck. To be fair, you have to have a very high IQ to understand cuckolding. The kink is extremely subtle, and without a solid grasp of inter-sectional feminism most of the empowerment will go over a typical cuck’s head. There’s also the Bull’s aggressive outlook, which is deftly woven into his role - his personal mannerisms draw heavily from the mating habits of bovine animals, for instance. The cucks understand this stuff; they have the intellectual capacity to truly appreciate the depths of being cuckolded, to realize that it’s not just arousing - it says something deep about DIVERSITY. As a consequence people who dislike cuckolding truly ARE idiots - of course they wouldn’t appreciate, for instance, the power of when the woman says “leave the room Cuckold you’re breaking Tyrone’s concentration,” which itself is a cryptic reference to the plight of African-American males in the United States. I’m smugly grinning right now just imagining one of those addlepated simpletons scratching their heads in confusion as The Bull’s strong African seed ejaculates itself on my wife. What bigots… how I pity them. 😂 And yes by the way, I DO have a cuck tattoo. And no, you cannot see it. It’s for The Bull’s eyes only- And even they have to demonstrate that they’re within 7 inches above of my own (preferably higher) beforehand.

Real player with 231.1 hrs in game

I couldn’t recommend a masterpiece more than this one. Within this game, you take hold of a cinematically structured character who’s actions and unique dialogues encase yourself in the game. With the riveting gameplay, plotlines, graphics, you would think you were playing a game made by Valve, Bethesda, Blizzard, Activision, and shit maybe even Bungie with a $50 Billion budget within 20 years in the making. The amount of connections and indepth character detail/development, you would think you were just living through the eyes of a real person. This mere review doesn’t serve this game justice, maybe one day the world will experience this game and war, hunger, poverty, racism with be abolished by the light of “Cuckold Simulator: Life as a Beta Male Cuck”.

Real player with 27.7 hrs in game

CUCKOLD SIMULATOR: Life as a Beta Male Cuck on Steam

Project Absentia

Project Absentia

Who Wants Some Wing?

From the creator of Daytime Drama and Scoot Hard DX comes the most violent yet cartoony shooter you’ll ever play.

You play as Abby - an angel with an attitude and a mysterious past.

After you and your friends are taken away to the dreadful Orkan Corporation that has taken over Heaven, you decide to do the only thing you’d rightfully do - kick ass!

Abby must go through the Orkan Corporation and kick ass and take names to get her friends back!

However, not is all as it seems, as Abby soon will uncover a conspiracy that goes deeper than Heaven itself. She then will have to travel through all the dimensions of the universe to get answers.

Buckle Up For One Hell Of An Adventure!

#### Neat Features

  • High Verticality! Jump and glide around to get at your enemies.

  • Full voice acting for the characters!

  • High-res vector artwork for the enemies for that 2000s Newgrounds asthetic!

  • You’ll find plenty of Low-Poly 3D models on your quest, which can range from helpful pickups to interactive objects.

  • Build engine comes to GZDoom with levels based on real locations, attention to detail. Props, posters and huge set pieces!

  • Wield rocket launchers of all sorts. Use the Hailer to freeze your enemies. Shock enemies and suck enemies together with the Plasma Rifle. Atomize your foes with the Rainbowitzer, and shred your enemies with the Tornadozer. And these are just the weapons in the first episode! There’s more weapons as time goes on!

  • Blow stuff up! Shatter toilets! Use vending machines! Destroy vases, flags and parts of the level itself!

  • Destroy your enemies with blood and guts flying around like confetti. Blow off their heads with well placed machine gun fire. Destroy their corpses!

  • Three Episodes in the final version! Dozens of levels ranging from dark factories, large cityscapes, hellish carnivals, dark factories and castles, and a chaotic realm with such sights to show you. Heaven, Hell, and The Elder Realms are your backdrop as you blow everything to pieces.

  • A neat story with really cool characters, all of different walks of life… but all friggin' insane.

  • Powered by ZScript for some neat effects not possible in DECORATE+ACS alone. This ain’t your kid sister’s GZDoom based game.

  • An original soundtrack by Metal Neon, that blends various 90s styles into a cohesive experience.

  • Turn off in-game or cutscene subtitles. Turn off Abby’s one-liners. Scale the UI up or down. Turn down the gore puddles… or turn them up. Fine tune the game to your liking with a plethora of in-game options.

Project Absentia on Steam

The Call Centre

The Call Centre

This game is half an hour long. There’s no sound effects or music, just some barely animated stock library anime sprites supposed to represent your co-workers. Horribly written dialogue with poor grammar and multiple spelling mistakes every sentence, very few branching paths or dialogue possibilities. Did I mention it’s half an hour long?

I played it because I liked the premise having worked in a call centre before and love visual novels, but with so little “game” here I don’t think it’s worth even a fraction of what the dev is charging. Frankly I’ve played free visual novels which have better production values and effort put in than this.

Real player with 0.6 hrs in game

At face value, The Call Centre does not work at all as a game: It is slow, soul crushing and completely shallow at its core. However, as a meta-joke about customer service work, The Call Centre is painfully real in presenting the world of phone work as accurately as it ever would need to. It is a world where the general public continue to disappoint you, a world where toxic work environments bring out the worst in those who thrive on it and prey on those with the best intentions. I think Junaid, perhaps naively, went into this with those exact intentions and a commendable effort he even tried to really. Not many games thrive on the same concepts of a drab, day-to-day, office environment, with Paper’s Please and Stanley Parable being the only ones that spring to mind. The anime, visual novel, inspired look is something I can appreciate too. That said, there needs to be a bit more to The Call Centre than that, so players stay gripped on the idea. At the very least though, the heart is in the right place

Real player with 0.2 hrs in game

The Call Centre on Steam

How to Win: Season One

How to Win: Season One

Incredibly funny, and then actually really emotional in places.

I absolutely loved this game. The characters are great, it’s really funny and interesting seeing what suggestions people have given, and while the game uses more player suggestions that I was expecting, it still managed to keep some order in the chaos to deliver great characters and a really satisfying narrative.

I finished the main story in around 3 hours, but then kept replaying to see different pathways and unlock achievements/bonus scenes.

Real player with 12.0 hrs in game

There is so much I could say about this game. It’s beautifully done for starters. It touches on a lot of extremely serious issues, some subtly, some much less so. All of them done with wit and charm one has come to expect from the genius of Cael, Elliot and the Hidden Track team. This game will put you through every emotion imaginable. I laughed, I cried, I felt afraid and everything in between. The art style was simplistic, yet unique and beautiful. Once again, to be expected as a Hidden Track project. The sounds were spot on. And DO NOT get me started on the plot twists. I genuinely did not see them coming. It was so easy to lose myself in the worlds they created. And the characters… There were a couple I will love forever, and a couple I will loathe forever, yet another feeling not oft invoked in me. Honestly, I could go on and on, but you’re probably tired of my rambling praise at this point. Needless to say, though I was cautiously optimistic when they gave it to me to try, I fell hard and fast and will be purchasing copies for friends as soon as I’m able. 10 of 10 a must play.

Real player with 7.0 hrs in game

How to Win: Season One on Steam



Lucifer Awaits, Chump!


Highly addictive and I found myself lost in time a bit the 2nd time I was playing it.

The Notes can be super hilarious (If you have a dark sense of humor)

Mod support to add your own characters (added few Horror Villains)

Sprite animations are excellent


Wish it had more color

While the background music sounds a bit creepy it can be a bit dull in long play sessions

Repetitive sins (mod support option sorta fixed that for me however)


The game soft locked 2 times when i exited in full screen mode.

Real player with 8.2 hrs in game

A great little game that allows you to hand out judgement on souls! once you work out what you are supposed to be doing but that’s part of the fun.

The game runs well and has a very dark sense of humour, with some LOL comments in the victims bio’s, a lot of thought has obviously gone into this game.

The game uses very little PC resources and I found myself jumping in and out to judge the damned….. I mean souls during coffee breaks, much better than minesweeper!

Overall, at such a low price it is worth having a look at, be careful though, you may get slightly addicted!

Real player with 6.9 hrs in game

P.U.R.G.A.T.O.R.Y on Steam

Polter Pals

Polter Pals

Making friends in the afterlife is a little different.

You play as a lonely ghost with the power to possess the living. Surrounded by Oomans who cannot see you, you must use this power to steer them into comically fatal accidents and an early friendship, freeing the friendly ghosts within them. Each level is a puzzle diorama, styled after classic children’s stop-motion cartoons, where you have to figure out how to make all the friends using the available hazards.

Every Ooman you ghost will add you on LiveBurial, the afterlife’s hottest social media app. The posts of your newly deceased friends give you a unique look at the dysfunctional, hyper-consumerist world of the living through the lens of a social media-obsessed afterlife.

Key Features

  • Possess hapless Ooman friends-to-be and steer them into cartoonishly gruesome friend-making hazards.

  • Puzzle through 60+ levels across 4 thematically distinct areas, including 4 unique bosses that test your mastery over the power of possession.

  • Keep up with your phantom friends via the in-game Live Burial app! Each new friend you make shares their thoughts and feelings about their recent expiration via darkly humorous social media posts.

  • Learn about the world of Polter Pals through the in-game Encyclopeoplia app, a collection of questionably sourced articles on all Oomans, hazards, and bosses encountered in the game.

  • Make friends to a groovy soundtrack by the Mysterious Breakmaster Cylinder.

Polter Pals on Steam

Sea Of Fatness: Save Humanity Together

Sea Of Fatness: Save Humanity Together

Pretty bad

Real player with 16.2 hrs in game

Bitchhhhh This fucking game makes sea of thieves and Ark look like shit. 100% buy it now.

Real player with 1.9 hrs in game

Sea Of Fatness: Save Humanity Together on Steam