A heartwarming tale of the will of mankind, and its ability to persevere through any adversity. The game is fun, silly, and an enjoyable 3 or so hour experience. Take it at face value as a satirical, goofy game and not one meant to be taken immensely seriously.

Also, dash in the air to go much faster. It doesn’t always work, but most of the time it does.

Real player with 3.7 hrs in game

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Godkiller on Steam



You’re going to enjoy this game if you’re playing in single player mode… but you will have missed out on something really special. This game was designed for you to be sitting next to your friend. I play a significant amount of co-op games, but Rez Plz scratches an itch I didn’t know I had. They turned “friendly fire” on its head and gave me a world that I can spend hours in, ignoring story, and just mess around with a buddy.

The puzzles were fun. The pixel art is super creative with really cool death animations and sprites. The game mechanics put a very refreshing twist on a platformer.

Real player with 14.8 hrs in game

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tbh its the game that i didnt know i was waiting to play , it should get more attention the mechanics in this game are amazing each level intrduces a new ability a new puzzle , the dialog is funny the story is ehh but tbh this is the type of game where you can enjoy everything from the funny deaths to the rezzing to the soundtrack and to the weird glitches that make you restart the level

Real player with 13.1 hrs in game

REZ PLZ on Steam

A Pretty Odd Bunny

A Pretty Odd Bunny

Note: I received a free copy of this game from the developer with the intention for me to review it.

So, first things first, A Pretty Odd Bunny is hard as nails stealth platformer that despite it’s cute appearance, has some pretty violent aspects to it, making it a poor choice for a younger audience. Do not go into this expecting a kids' game, because your ass will promptly be handed to you by it’s many perils.

I really enjoyed how fresh this game felt. I’ve played a lot of platformers over the years, I would even say it’s one of my favourite genres, but a lot of them can feel very samey or average. A Pretty Odd Bunny keeps the platforming gameplay fresh by adding in some stealth elements. You cannot attack your foes, you will need to find ways to avoid or sneak past them. There are other levels that change things up additionally by chasing you with a overflow of carrots, or making you ride in a minecart.

Real player with 10.1 hrs in game

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After completing it, i can safely say it’s a extremely fun game

it’s short, simple, cute, and just fun

it’s visuals and art style combined with it’s mild gore and central theme feels very reminiscent of newgrounds platformer game

There’s not much to say besides that if you’re looking for a simple but addicting fun game or want something cute or want bunnies(although one that eats pigs) then i’d highly recommend it especially for it’s price.

Real player with 5.6 hrs in game

A Pretty Odd Bunny on Steam

Stramedia: my_MISADVENTURE

Stramedia: my_MISADVENTURE

Me and my mom have been having a good dinner in the kitchen that night, then the doorbell rang and an envelope slipped through the mail hole.

“Good evening! You’ve been invited!”

…it started off, continuing that it’s an invitation to the “Stramedia Safehouse Facility” breach. The survey was…odd, to say the least, but some of the things were done fairly easy, though I didn’t think it would go through. Then some of the days were spend outside of our homes and school, though it’s up to you to think of whenever or not these were the good days. And then I am sure you know what happened next.

Stramedia - my_MISADVENTURE is an indie horror themed adventure game where you step into the shoes of a classroom warden who signed the agreement to possibly the most bizarre, yet somewhat deadly school trip in his entire life. Of course it may not start off deadly right away, but, uh…yeah, things are gonna escalate. But can you blame him? He really didn’t know what he and his friends (fiends? Frienemies?) were going up for.

Well, what can he do now? Surprise, surprise, getting the hell outta there he must.

(AKA: the stuff worth checking it out and/or purchasing for)

  • The main protagonist is wearing a fedora hat! This is probably the best selling point to this game… I think! I mean…this is one of the main factors you got attracted to that other game with a kid, the kid’s hat, the stuff…uh, no? Okay, but if you know what you’re doing, you can find and recruit three other friends you’ll get (or have) to play as!

  • Essentially, this is another “average mediocre indie” horror game, except the mediocrity here is 99% intentional! And not to mention that it’s got everything you love and hate to see and experience in a horror themed videogame! Stupid simple and ridiculous (and somehow twisted) puzzles (with a lot of “ands”), cliché monsters and thirsty spooky mannequins…except they actually want to drink tea, you pervert. Get out of here!

  • Simplistic Visual Pixel Art Style, Soundtrack and Audio Design! If you like looking at pixels with different contrast, I am sure your eyes will love that, and if your ears love to feast on the Low-Quality DPCM-ish Audio, giving you an illusion that you’re playing a crappy retro GameBoy Advance styled game or something, then you’re all welcome in!..oh, wait, I forgot that we are talking about a game that LOOKS pretty retro…huh, that’s lame.

  • No, really. That kid has a hat.

  • Despite it’s horror nature, it’s also a comedy game! What kind of comedy? This game has got most of it! Whenever it’s all bad puns, visual humor, random, dark, dry or somehow outright gross and (“mildly”) offensive humor, Stramedia has it in the stock and shelves!

  • Prepare for some surrealism, because no matter if it’s an optical thing or not, things are…weird, yet somewhat disturbing, but not personal space like disturbing, because this is where it draws the line even for us.

  • A nice variety of accessibility options! Whenever you want to reposition the dialogue box, change it’s text size, whenever you find some colored text hard to read, or just don’t feel like playing the game with a controller and just want to rest your only arm and control the game with it, it’s no problem! The accessibility (and other) settings options may enhance the experience more nicely! (if there’s something you want to suggest, please let us know and we will gladly look into adding it!)

  • Seriously, that kid is wearing my hat! SOMEBODY DO SOMETHING! DON’T LET HIM GET AWAY WITH MY HAT!! :U

Stramedia: my_MISADVENTURE on Steam

Lords of Strife

Lords of Strife

I had a lot of fun with the game… for both the challenge and the atmosphere. Loved the music! Very challenging, especially for casual players such as myself. I noted that this may be a con for the game, due to certain parts being very challenging.

The look and feel of the game is fantastic! Major points for the controller compatibility and game sound volume control, which more than a few Indie games have been lacking.

I did a live review of the game, and presented my thoughts and reactions in real time (up through the first boss):

Real player with 39.1 hrs in game

Lords of Strife is a game about pain, which isn’t evident by the colorful backgrounds and soundtrack reminiscent of classic video games, but the mood is right there in the title. The gameplay is difficult and innovative in that to move forward you will have to suffer. The platforming and puzzles will take several attempts to achieve mastery, but you will also have to adjust to enemies and how they change the levels. Several are impossible without effectively utilizing the enemies, and creatures like the frogs, owls, and coyotes provide more utility than obstacle. Your greatest weapon is determination, and the only other contender is a pitchfork. The dialogue is humorously grim. Death is frequent but, at least in the earlier stages, not a large setback, and advancing to the next screen preserves your progress. Ride those scarecrows.

Real player with 17.8 hrs in game

Lords of Strife on Steam

You Pilot A Piece Of S***: GAIDEN

You Pilot A Piece Of S***: GAIDEN

10 out of 10! A game about shit that is better than all the shit games out there now!

Pros: You are poo.

Cons: Not enough corn.

Real player with 11.7 hrs in game

My dream of role-playing as a turd has finally come true! It’s an interesting mix of flappy bird and gradius from a gameplay perspective; with one button for jumping and another for shooting. You can also gain extra life by collecting more turds.

The variety of enemies and levels slowly change the longer you play as well.


Recommend you change your buttons to something other than mouse 1 and 2 or you’ll get carpal tunnel!

Real player with 1.0 hrs in game

You Pilot A Piece Of S***: GAIDEN on Steam

Goblins and Grottos

Goblins and Grottos

As an early adopter of the game in 2015, my original review was incredibly biased so I’ve decided to go back to this game and re-review it with a bit more integrity.

The developers of this game were incredible ; they were quick to fix bugs, incredibly enthusiastic about their game and updates were about as frequent as the things they added and fixed included.

Pros are as follows

A catchy and memorable soundtrack

Far from original, but charming and suitable-to-the-story artwork

A very humourous, meta and interesting story that takes a fresh perspective on the MMO genre and twists it into a fun singeplayer experience

Real player with 48.7 hrs in game

I’ve been obsessed with this game for the past week or so, and I think it’s high time I tried to put into words all the things I enjoy about it.

Goblins and Grottos is an engrossing puzzle-platformer with a sense of humor that will appeal to anyone who is familiar with MMO culture or fantasy tropes. You play as the nameless Goblin, whose entire family was slaughtered by a level 100 paladin who appears to have been power-levelling his n00b buddy. On your quest for revenge you’ll make your way through caves, dungeons, and forests inhabited by adventurers that call to mind every sort of MMO player you can think of – and all of them are trying to kill YOU for phat lewtz and xp. You’re only a weak little unarmed goblin, unable to gain levels like the adventurers do (and they do – if you die they gain experience and can level up and gain better abilities!) and unable to really fight back except through your own cunning, using the environment to either make your escape or defeat those who would hunt you.

Real player with 37.5 hrs in game

Goblins and Grottos on Steam

OXENFREE II: Lost Signals

OXENFREE II: Lost Signals

Five years after the events of OXENFREE, Riley returns to her hometown of Camena to investigate mysterious radio signals. What she finds is more than she bargained for.

OXENFREE II: Lost Signals on Steam

25 Layers of Pain

25 Layers of Pain

A very well thought out (and cruel) platformer for those that enjoy a good challenge. Definitely worth checking out, if you enjoyed Cat Mario style twists, this is for you

Real player with 4.7 hrs in game


Real player with 4.6 hrs in game

25 Layers of Pain on Steam

Don’t Be A Baby!

Don’t Be A Baby!

Don’t Be A Baby! is side scrolling run and gun with heavy influences from Metal Slug and Cuphead but with a focus on story and animated cutscenes to convey a hilarious narrative inspired from the works of Matt Stone and Trey Parker, Mike Jude, and Matt Groening. Difficult but rewarding gameplay with a boss focused goal in each level.

You play as Max Murphy who is baby who has been fed up with his mother leaving him alone every night. Finally after breaking out of his prison they call a “Crib”, Max finds himself in a world that he doesn’t know and must defend himself!

Don't Be A Baby! on Steam