Scarlet Hollow — Episode 1

Scarlet Hollow — Episode 1

I have not finished playing it yet, but so far, I would say, I am falling in love with this story and the way it was presented, and the various interaction(Action command eg. petting a cat, explore forbidden areas, and replying to in-game characters' questions) options(5 + 2 player’s character’s/attributes options for all scenes in the game).

It’s fun to read and interact with this storybook and the characters in the book. Different possibilities and good music and sound effects. (‘u’) You want to read more about it.

Real player with 17.5 hrs in game

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Nice setup for the mystery, but I will hold on until the full game is released because this episode is very short (~20 min for a single playthrough) and if each day is about the same length, the total game of seven episodes would be only about 4 hours at best.

The graphics are very neat and music design is very-very good even without voice acting (special mention of how sound changes in one situation if character has Mystical trait - well done), but here are a few things I wish developers did in addition:

Real player with 10.5 hrs in game

Scarlet Hollow — Episode 1 on Steam

A Rat’s life: the Cat Conspiracy

A Rat’s life: the Cat Conspiracy

Fast First-person Rat Gameplay

Get on your four legs to sprint and travel through a unique world. Use pipes to reach hidden area and find cheese.

Featured in this adventure:

  • Story rich arcs set in a unique world

  • Different stealth challenges

  • Skilled-based drills

  • frantic cat pursuits

  • Trashball against AI (a popular sport among rats)

  • Rat races

  • Exploration and cheese chasing

  • Great cinematics and soundtrack

Story Rich Arcs

Rats live in societies inside walls. Big corporate control the access to the outside world where cheese, the main currency and food can be found by cheese hunters. In order to find out what happened to your missing siblings, you will have to be employed as a cheese hunter to sneak your way to the outside world, far from home. Through this adventure the narrative deals with social themes related to inequality and conspiracies.

Hide from horrifying cats

The outside world is filled with traps and scary looking cats. Use your speed and small size to sneak your way through this mysterious world without getting caught.

More details to come, make sure to wishlist and follow to stay tuned.

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A Rat's life: the Cat Conspiracy on Steam



I really liked this game…. For the record though it is a bit of a horror game there is a sequel called cartonfall warehouse madness.So I would not recommend for the faint heart but if you like building with cartons and trying to pass the levels then I recommend playing.It’s awesome!

Real player with 21.8 hrs in game

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I have found a hidden gem. If you like Portal or any puzzle game like it, you’ll like this one.

The Game Itself?

Pretty good. Rarely did I find any glitches or bugs.

Difficulty is pretty good, though the game does get BLOODY hard in some puzzles (I’m looking at you, Battlefield)

Well-designed puzzles that are interesting, unique, and just downright fun (Pinball machine, sneaking mission, etc…)

Puzzles actually require thinking and effort to finish, which is nice to see.

The puzzles and gameplay are pretty good, I’d say!

Real player with 19.4 hrs in game

Cartonfall on Steam

The Hand of Glory

The Hand of Glory

Comic-like Point & Click detective, fully voiced. The game consists of two parts, which could be considered as games on their own. A good experience!

Story & setting

You start as Lazarus Bundy, a detective in Miami. He appears to be the muze for the serial killer Blowtorch, because that man is addresses him personally through his communications. Lars, as he is called, hunts this Blowtorch without respect for protocol (or his own health), which gets him suspended (and nearly killed). This is where the game starts.

Real player with 32.2 hrs in game

Review edited and updated on December 5, 2020, due to the release of Part 2

Hand of Glory doesn’t disappoint. It’s one of the best adventure releases of 2020 so far, with very well-done cartoon visuals, strong voice acting. and an easy-to-use interface. Quality at every level.

A lot of love was put into the cartoon-style animations and colorful backgrounds.

It would be easy to expect this game to be all fun and hi-jinks and there is a lot of that but there are also some very tender and heartfelt moments.

Real player with 29.8 hrs in game

The Hand of Glory on Steam

Interference: Dead Air

Interference: Dead Air

It was an easy job. Terrible pay, but it was just you, the graveyard shift and your little security booth out in the middle of nowhere. You were planning on catching up on some bad horror movies on tonight’s shift, before reality became stranger and deadlier than anything on VHS.

The facility is overrun, enemies stalk the halls and the science team are in danger. Steer the story through fully voice-acted, branching dialogues. Get on the radio to provide support and direct survivors to safety, reroute power through the facility remotely and track the movement of scientists and threats.

Armed with nothing but your wits, a pin-board map of the facility, your two-way radio, an archaic computer and anything else you can find lying around in the booth, only you can provide support and save your best friend trapped inside the facility. Or you can just switch off your radio, put on a movie and tune out while the world burns. Just pay no attention to the explosions on the horizon.

Be Resourceful:

Just because you’re out of the line of fire doesn’t mean you can take it easy. Juggle radio conversations, tracking dangers on your map board and rerouting power through the facility. So long as the power stays on, you’re still in the fight.

Goof off:

Saving the day is overrated. You and the other security guards have stocked the booth to bursting with distractions and snacks. Put on a movie, heat up some microwaved goodies and chill. Who needs friends anyway?

A Soundtrack To Die For:

Tune into a collection of 80s-inspired synth jams on your FM radio when the stress gets too much for you. Just try not to relax too much.

Through The Loop:

A branching story designed to be played time and time again. Experiment, explore and discover multiple endings with dozens of variations.

Interference: Dead Air on Steam



The game is worth about $0.25.

The controls weren’t tight - If you pressed a key, it was delayed when you released it, so you would very easily fall off of platforms during the parkour section.

The sneaking section was not a sneaking section, and also was RNG based, making it extremely difficult to make progress. Constructive criticism? Perhaps making a clicking timer so the player will know when it’s about to turn back on, even if the amount of time between the lights turning on was randomized.

Real player with 0.4 hrs in game


Slender Threads: Prologue

Slender Threads: Prologue

This is a wonderfully promising demo and you should give it a shot.

Slender Threads is a point+click with traditional adventure puzzles. Based on the demo content, I would consider Slender Threads as an offbeat horror game with equal parts unsettling scares and gentle humor. If you liked Twin Peaks, Truberbrook, Thimbleweed Park, Nine Witches, or Willy Morgan and the Curse of Bonetown, then Slender Threads is right in your strike zone.

In this demo, we play as a book salesman who has just checked into a crappy motel in a podunk little town. Exploring the town, we meet a few humorous characters, such as a stereotypically unhelpful government employee and a smarmy realtor. However, we very quickly realize that something creepy is going on; we meet a suspicious masked man, witness a horrific accident; hear mysterious voices over a radio, and get drawn into investigating a mysterious disappearance.

Real player with 4.5 hrs in game

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Slender Threads is a game by Argentinian based indie company, Blyts, founded in 2008 and known for its other titles such as Nobodies and Kelvin and the Infamous Machine. The game is to be their latest release and falls into the modern point and click adventure category; it is somewhat similar in style to the fantastic Deponia and the remasters of the classic Monkey Island series. I was lucky enough to get access to the prologue chapter of the new game when we ‘met’ the developer at the recent Gamescom event and, despite there being no definitive final release date yet, I couldn’t wait to dive in.

Real player with 4.5 hrs in game

Slender Threads: Prologue on Steam

Impostor Factory

Impostor Factory

So, again the Steam review issue, that it’s binary yes/no.

This is not a bad game. Or, well, experience.

But it is a boring one. And almost not a game.

This comes from a fan of the series, a seriously artsy fartsy guy who cried his fair share through the emotional tricks and triggers - so it’s not a case of some action Jackson just wanting more flash & bang.

But what I would like, is more game.

If at times, the earlier installments might have suffered from too much retro-gaming nostalgia, inserting unnecessary gaming elements that got in the way of the story, this installment goes the opposite way, foregoing almost all gaming to tell a linear on-the-rails slice-of-life story.

Real player with 14.2 hrs in game

Imposter Factory is possibly(?) the final entry for the “To The Moon” series. IF (Imposter factory) clarified what the whole series is all about.

I’m gonna say it outright, I think this entry was the weakest of all the games but that doesn’t mean it is bad. This game is still good for its price and unique experience as a standalone, but compared to previous entries it’s weak. I’m gonna list why below:

  1. All previous entries has added new, unique and quirky gameplay elements as an ice breaker or a moment of relief from the feels, be it a puzzle or a parody of old JRPGs. This game has NONE OF THAT

Real player with 4.7 hrs in game

Impostor Factory on Steam

The Way Home

The Way Home

crazy challenging driving game.

Enjoying music give you chills. but many, too many obstacles wait on the way to home.

recommend for guys who want to challenge.

PS. ppl in ROR are blind. so be careful while driving.

Real player with 1.0 hrs in game

I couldn’t stand it for more than a couple of minutes. The game is ugly, repetetive and looks horrendous, it plays out sluggishly and boringly. The music that starts playing when starting up the game is some stock shreeking that stabs into my brain.

It is a great, A-Grade worthy programming project for a highschooler. But it is not anthing more. It is not worth asking money on steam.

Real player with 0.5 hrs in game

The Way Home on Steam

Seed of the Dead: Sweet Home

Seed of the Dead: Sweet Home

edited: ver. 1.41R adult patch , played 30 hrs (or more, re-run sometimes) , collected everything (thanks guide), played with lower down some graphic performance to squeeze out some extra FPS…using 3070 RTX


1- for the price i paid, the content + level consider is rich.

2- H scene is okay-ish good, varied scene like bathroom, toilet and other places

2a- Inner Voice mechanic is GOOD voice acting!! too bad got some little bug need to iron out or else it will freeze the looping animation sometimes.

Real player with 33.4 hrs in game


If you saw my review for the 1st game, i asked for more replay value… This is it.

This game has soo many stuff to unlock and i can’t wait for future updates if they add any new content!

Now let me explain in detail what i mean:

So i already played the demo before launch so i was already impressed for what they added, but now when this launched, i kept getting amazed on the new stuff there is! It has soo much XXX scenes i couldn’t even count. (Compared to the 1st game) You do have galleries but is unlocked after upgrading the hometown, only thing missing for now is a “Zombies/Monster attack animation” gallery, but you got cutscenes and death scenes available.

Real player with 28.9 hrs in game

Seed of the Dead: Sweet Home on Steam