Radical Relocation

Radical Relocation

This game is fun, HOWEVER it is hair-pulling levels of frustrating. The physics is god-awful sometimes, half of the vehicle unlocks suck, multiple game crashes that delete game data, killing hours of progression, and level upgrades are all trash except for the rope.

Things that pis$ed me off especially…

1. The trailer upgrade bugging out and sending all my nicely stacked items flying.

2. Hopping curbs and having all my items ping off. It’s 50/50 whether or not a curb with make you bounce :(

3. The last car unlock, the truck with bed, is horrible. Sure you can carry tons of stuff, but only while going 5 mph, so your worthless breaks don’t get you killed.

Real player with 12.3 hrs in game

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I genuinely enjoyed the first 30 levels of the game. The puzzles are good and there’s a decent amount of variety considering how “modular” the maps are - they all use the same obstacles and props. However, after level 30 the game hit a brick wall when it introduced boats. I played a few levels past ### 30 and just put the game down.

The car variety is pretty good, although there’s only a few to choose from. My personal favourite is the Ute.

There’s no damage model on cars - you just bonk into everything. Certain furniture items will break into pieces or get dented up. If you like those weird “oddly satisfying” videos all over the internet you’ll probably enjoy crashing a truck full of potted plants into a speeding train.

Real player with 9.8 hrs in game

Radical Relocation on Steam

Kinetic Edge

Kinetic Edge

Excellent game. I’ve been playing the gauntlet challenge all day. it’s difficult and extremely addictive, but once you get the hang of it, it becomes so satisfying rapidly flying through the course. Would definitely recommend to people that like time trails or like a challenge. I hope more levels get released and Kinetic Edge gets the popularity it deserves!

Real player with 9.7 hrs in game

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Kinetic Edge is enjoyable. I bought this game during my last semester in university. It was a great way to take short breaks (10, 15 minutes-ish) to clear/refresh my brain when doing assignments. The Races are fun, the Labyrinths can be mind benders, and the Gauntlet is a good challenge. I wish the power sensitivity on the Golf mode was lower though. The neon aesthetic isn’t for everyone, but I got around it by lowering the graphics quality (and a small fyi, I currently run games on a laptop). I would wager that this game can be a blast with a close group of friends. I implore SCT to either add more content themselves or add a Workshop feature for us players to create stuff.

Real player with 4.9 hrs in game

Kinetic Edge on Steam

Taxi Chaos

Taxi Chaos

Awesome, very close to sega’s crazy taxi which was out in the late 90s. That version is available on steam but Taxi Chaos is more modern with better graphics!

Has a sense of humour with driver/passenger chat and so on. You only have a few moments to deliver a passenger to his or her destination then you simply move on to your next customer. Each customer asks to go to a different location which can be long or short distance. Long distance gives you more points but short distance takes less time so you can move on to your next customer more quickly and boost your time limit counter.

Real player with 1.5 hrs in game

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Not what I was expecting. Since Crazy Taxi is one of the only comparable game in this genre, I’ll be using that as a basis.

For starts, everything about this game is a watered down version of Crazy Taxi, even to the original. The game isn’t nearly as chaotic or fast paced.

The environment is based of of NYC and isn’t nearly as fun or dynamic to traverse as the other Crazy Taxi games. Because it’s NYC and as a flat as a board, the game is built around having to jump like an Italian plumber to even get a good time if you can find the spots to do that, that is.

Real player with 0.7 hrs in game

Taxi Chaos on Steam

Very Very Valet

Very Very Valet

Crash & Return

Very Very Valet is a madcap couch co-op party game - all drivers welcome!

1 to 4 players control an “elite” team of puppet valets, working together to overcome any and all valet-related challenges. It’s going to take teamwork and a certain “just park it anywhere” mentality to save the world from a severe parking crisis! It’s not enough to just be a valet - be a VERY VERY VALET.

Madcap Couch Co-op

Valet alone or with friends! Up to four players can work together to solve this severe parking shortage. Help each other and hitch a ride, or cause chaos launching your fellow valets wildly - the choice is yours!

No License Necessary

Driving has never been easier - just point and go! Accessible driving controls allow anyone to quickly become a valet, with plenty of hidden techniques for mastering your valet game and cornering the market.

The World is your Parking Lot

Show off your car corralling skills in over 20 unique levels! You’ll be helping out customers in a variety of locations and scenarios - city streets, cliffsides, bowling alleys, airports, and even trainyards.

Become a Very Very Valet

Join this elite squad of valets! Whatever the parking need, Very Very Valets are ready to accept the call. Grab your friends and leave no car unattended!

Very Very Valet on Steam

Need for Drive - Open World Multiplayer Racing

Need for Drive - Open World Multiplayer Racing

As the title already suggests, “Need for Drive” is basically “Need for Speed” if you bought “Need for Speed” on Wish and threw in bad grammar for good measure.

Sure, there’s only so much you can expect for paying a buck and it’s mechanically somewhat solid but that’s more a testament to the quality of the store assets the developers threw together and not to the technical proficience of the team (?) behind the game. This becomes bleedingly obvious when it comes to controller support which is fairly broken. The used asset pack offers it out-of-the-box but the devs managed to fumble the input settings to such a degree that barely anything works.

Real player with 0.7 hrs in game

It’s awful, but one thing that makes me confused about this is why are there three games that looks exactly the same, all developed by different developers and self-published? Success Games, Stanislaw dev and CRAZY.DEVS? Something sketchy is going on there.

This game’s actual name is CrashMetal as shown on the game’s depot.


There’s a mobile game (No longer available on Play Store) that just happens to be called that, except it was developed by Stanislaw which is the same developer name for Crash Metal - Cyberpunk.

Real player with 0.6 hrs in game

Need for Drive - Open World Multiplayer Racing on Steam

Down the River

Down the River

This is not a casual game. The controls are difficult, the physics are difficult and everything will try to drive you mad.

You try to steer your kayak down the river towards the goal and you do this as fast as you can! But beware of obstacles and rocks that will destroy you if you bump into them too hard!

  • Use only the paddle to steer your kayak

  • Don’t crash into things

  • Don’t drop your camp gear (sleeping bag)

  • Pick up camp gear after you dropped it

  • Paddling requires stamina

Down the River on Steam

Highway Traffic Racer

Highway Traffic Racer

I bought this game out of pure boredom…

But, I really enjoy playing it when I dont have anything else to do.

Sure the things you can do are limited but it does let time pass by quikly.


Real player with 4.3 hrs in game

7/25/21: EDIT: Money is no longer properly saved and is even deducted after a race, so I couldn’t earn anything after the second car. Going to flip to not recommending unless that’s fixed.

I got this game for $1.09 USD in a bundle. What did I get? A decent port with a lot of fun under the hood, It follows the pattern of a lot of racers. You start off with a basic car and one road. As there’s really no real “race” here, you get points for near misses, combos, distance, etc.

After your first drive or so you should have enough to at least get another road, paint job or both. It takes about half an hour with luck to unlock all of the roads and paint your car and wheels. I say with luck, because this game has a habit of losing your winnings, sometimes thousands of dollars worth.

Real player with 3.8 hrs in game

Highway Traffic Racer on Steam

Park The Car

Park The Car

Let’s start with the description: “Park the car is a racing game where you need to park your cars in a safe location!” This is not true. It is not a racing game; it is a puzzle game. You draw the path the car will take to the parking spot with your mouse. If that sounds like a mobile port, well, it probably is.

Graphics: The graphics are functional and coherent.

Sound: The music is repetitive, peppy muzak that you would expect on a cheap mobile game. I turned it off, but then I do that with almost every game.

Real player with 0.1 hrs in game

Park The Car on Steam



Tim Beaudet’s, Eggcelerate!, brings a spin on racing games, where your objective is to finish the level without dropping your egg. A novel twist on the classic egg and spoon races, that as kids we are too familiar with, with just as much frustration.

From the sound effects to the music, it is a quirky and fun little game, that will certainly test your patience.

It didn’t take me long to realize that this game is impossible to play with a keyboard, so word of advice, unless you have nimble fingers and a keyboard that allows for great reaction times, then do yourself a favour and grab a controller, and have some fun.

Real player with 50.2 hrs in game

Eggcelerate! is a game where you can sink your teeth, playing hours on end trying to beat the developer’s time.

Opposed to other games, the times set by the developer are very challenging!

If that wasn’t enough, you can try and compete on speedrun.com/eggcelerate !

Even if you’re not that of a hardcore gamer, this game is still a great content.

The many puns, silly sounds and overall aesthetic that cracks you up every time you play.

A solid game to try if you have a couple of hours to spare.

Real player with 47.5 hrs in game

Eggcelerate! on Steam

Karting Grand Prix Minigame

Karting Grand Prix Minigame

the creator is the most wholesome person ive never met banging classics such as Jumping Platform Minigame and FPS Robot Attack Minigame (a person favourite of mine). But nothing can complete to the sheer adrenaline roller-coaster that is Karting Grand Prix Minigame. This game is the reason my grades are dropping. Is it worth it? Yes; yes it is. I’ll be sure to update my review another 250 hours later.

Real player with 262.1 hrs in game

simply beautiful.

Real player with 4.6 hrs in game

Karting Grand Prix Minigame on Steam