Auto Age: Standoff

Auto Age: Standoff

A ton more fun than I was expecting.

Full disclosure, I am an indie dev living near where Phantom Compass is located, so I knew about the game and was given a free copy. Very surprised at how fluid and smooth and most of all FUN the cars are to drive. I absolutely love the way the little cars handle. It has that perfect “arcady, videogamey” vibe, where teh cars aren’t striving to feel realistic, they are striving for teh best player experiance possible, which I personally think is teh best way to go about this type of locomotion based game. They really did a great job tweaking the cars, and probably my favrit part about teh game is drifting around and boosting into teh air, feels so slick.

Real player with 119.0 hrs in game

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This is not a combat-racing game. vehicular brawling, varied classes/styles and weaponry, arenas, aesthetic; this is a car combat game - Auto Age is this in essence, and it’s not too shabby.

In my opinion, the last proper car-combat game was Twisted Metal for the PS3 released back in 2012, and when there are far too few games released apart from the Twisted Metal franchise that fit the bill for being considered part of the car-combat (sub)genre, and to date, as an indie title, Auto Age: Standoff covers the bases to officially be a part of the lineup and not be cringeworthy in 2018.

Real player with 61.8 hrs in game

Auto Age: Standoff on Steam

Rick Rack

Rick Rack

Clever game, great sound track…. but man…so many idiot drivers.

Real player with 1.9 hrs in game

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Don’t let the simplicity fool you about this game. It’s actually a really fun game where you control all the cars in a time loop so you have to drive your car’s path to it’s destination smartly so the cars don’t collide. Great concept and soundtrack! This game is very enjoyable and worth you time.

Real player with 1.4 hrs in game

Rick Rack on Steam

clown town 1443

clown town 1443

I’m just gonna say it, I honestly expected a lot worse going into this.

But I’m glad to say that this game certainly didn’t disappoint. Taking inspiration from the classic era of flash games, this game follows a well-established formula with a few extra strings attached. Simple but challenging, short and sweet, it is definitely worth picking up.

While the graphics in some aspects may be somewhat crude, it adds so much to the overall charm the game brings. The gameplay is solid and enjoyable, as physics are used very well to give the car a sense of weight and velocity. Although it is only 10 levels long for the main game, it can be very challenging at times. Especially with the 10 bonus levels you get from getting a high enough score in the endless mode.

Real player with 3.3 hrs in game

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I bought clown town 1443 because the developer was in a random unrelated Twitch stream dropping Steam keys out of nowhere. That kind of guerrilla marketing appealed to me and so I decided to purchase the game instead, and that isn’t just me coping for not being fast enough to snag one of the keys despite how generous the developer was in giving them.

As a big Friday Night Funkin' appreciator I have a soft spot for games that are basically love letters to Flash classics, and this game is very clearly wearing its Trials influences on its sleeve. There’s a bit more to it than just a straight clone, as this game features a bit more depth to its mechanics, such as a heat bar that must be managed. You’re free to bump around generally as much as you want, but if you overheat from too much acceleration you temporarily lose control of your vehicle. Crash in this state, and you’ll have to restart the level again.

Real player with 1.0 hrs in game

clown town 1443 on Steam

Titan Attacks!

Titan Attacks!

Absolutely glorious remaster of the classic Space Invaders game. Innovative, advanced, and scores of fun to be had.

When aliens living on Titan, Saturn’s moon, decide to attack, they lay waste to Earth’s military forces. Well most of it. You are the last remaining Tank Commander on Earth, and you are one bad mofo. Battle your way across Earth to stop the invasion, and then you take it to the skies as you hit the Titans' outpost on the Moon, and obliterate it. Next stop, the Titans' Martian colony. They wiped out all the little green men also and need to pay. After Mars, you find yourself on Saturn, and the enemy forces are strong. But not as strong as when you reach Titan itself, taking on the nest of the alien scourge to nearly end our way of life… and the poor Martians.

Real player with 33.9 hrs in game

Titan Attacks! is a retro, arcade, 2-D shooter where the nameless Commander fends off the Titan invasion with his trusty pixelated tank.

The game commences on Earth then progresses to new zones. Zone progression occurs when its boss is defeated. There are a total of five zones, each containing twenty levels, with their own unique design. Once all five have been defeated, it loops back to Earth, albeit with a slightly higher difficulty.

The game mechanics are fairly straightforward; aim & kill. Fortunately, that doesn’t do Titan Attacks! the justice it deserves. The mechanics conspire in such a way to exude a simple & fun experience. There are a number of boosts & improvements that can be purchased between levels to mitigate your success. For example, there are powerful area-of-effect bombs, weapon add-ons, additional shielding & more. Currency is derived from killing enemies & also capturing them. Capturing enemies adds a unique dimension to some situations, as doing so can be lethally dangerous, but extremely profitable. The Titans have a wide arsenal of ships & weapons that change in function & attitude from zone to zone, which can easily lead to your undoing if not cautious. There are bonus rounds that gauge your accuracy & reward you accordingly so keep nimble. These rounds occur between levels, after every seventh level.

Real player with 19.3 hrs in game

Titan Attacks! on Steam

Hassle 1977

Hassle 1977

Wasn’t expecting such good stuff as small indie game. This product has so much potential, I do hope devs are planning some advertisement for it and they will add more features in the near future!

Real player with 3.6 hrs in game

pre-pre-pre alpha game feeling (clearly not beta)

vehicule physics are trash

no in game mapping controls

bad ost (for me)

Real player with 0.6 hrs in game

Hassle 1977 on Steam

The Legend of Bear-Truck Trucker

The Legend of Bear-Truck Trucker

I spent the weekend absolutely obsessed with this game. A very simple premise, and incredibly charming in its own quiet way. There’s some real min-maxing depth available here, and lots of laughs (with the occasional heartbreak) in the physics. Highly recommended for those stretches of time where no other games seem to stick and you just don’t know what to play. You want to play this :)

Real player with 22.8 hrs in game

Even tho I’ve only Played this for 3 Hour’s NONSTOP there’s something primal inside all of us that need’s to stack & organise everything otherwise known as OSD

& this game somehow nail’s that 100% as you drive all over America making delivery after delivery I will update this sometime in the future

But it’s so good I have to shout it out now

Might even try 2 convice Captin Sause to play it

10/10 Would Bear again

Real player with 16.0 hrs in game

The Legend of Bear-Truck Trucker on Steam

Tear of Time: Lost memory

Tear of Time: Lost memory

Tear of Time: Lost memory is an adventure game. You play as a character who, waking up in a house on a remote island, realizes that he has lost his memory. As the game progresses, the player will have to find out the reason for the loss of memory, explore the island, find ancient treasures, explore the ruins with secret locations and solve puzzles.


The game does not have any violence and death, the plot is based on a certain artifact “Tear of Time”, which enabled the character to rewind time back in front of any obvious danger. But at what cost, it is narrated according to the plot of the game.

  • Stylized 3D graphics.

  • The main game takes place in third person, but you can switch to first person at will.

  • Several character outfits.

  • It is possible to use a car.

  • The ability to climb rocks in certain places.

  • Moving along the rope-vines.

  • Moving with a grappling hook.

  • Swimming underwater and on the surface.

  • Open world of the island outside of the plot.

  • Constant updates with additional locations and puzzles at no extra charge.

Tear of Time: Lost memory on Steam

Bloody Rally Show: Prologue

Bloody Rally Show: Prologue

Bloody Rally Show is my game of the year for 2020. It has everything I want in a racing game, from violence to an endless array of tracks to meaningful progression. It has become my favorite racing game of all time, so I implore you to try out this free version, and I hope you fall in love with it as I have.

Real player with 8.6 hrs in game

One of the most satisfying drift mechanics I have ever experienced. Great variety of cars, each with an unique feel. Super fun daily randomly generated tracks. Super squashy pedestrians. Most stressful gaming experience ever if I lose a car and have to play as a pedestrian instead.

And all of this… For free. Man!

Real player with 6.8 hrs in game

Bloody Rally Show: Prologue on Steam

Junk on Wheels

Junk on Wheels

Very fun to play with friends. Driving is most fun with controller and setting it up is only to plug it in. Controls are easy to remember and driving is easy but mastering it takes time. I recommend this to everyone.

Real player with 57.2 hrs in game

Really fun game, spent hours smashing my way to victory! Constantly getting updated and becoming better too. Reminds me alot of Mashed!

Real player with 16.5 hrs in game

Junk on Wheels on Steam



A great retro shooter with all the elements of the classics; moody atmosphere, bleak color palette, disturbing enemies, a well rounded array of weaponry, WELL HIDDEN secrets, spooky music, hell yeah. I spent years playing quake and doom, as well as unreal. This game is highly reminiscent of the late nineties and is quite replayable as I need to find more secrets. Well worth 15 bucks.

Real player with 18.8 hrs in game

Lenin, comrade lenin. eternal lenin lived, lenin lives, lenin is to live forever.














Real player with 9.1 hrs in game

HROT on Steam