Storage Hunters

Storage Hunters

Have you already heard about storage auctions? Do you want to try, but be afraid of the risks? This game was created especially for you! Hundreds of storages, garages, realistic auction system: hundreds of players compete for garages in real time! Buy, open, pay off, upgrade! Do you want to cheat? Be careful, law enforcement officers are watching you!

  • Open world

  • Unique upgrading system

  • Realistic auction system

  • In-game marketplaces

  • Law enforcement system

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Storage Hunters on Steam

The Casebook of Arkady Smith

The Casebook of Arkady Smith

This is a game that I have played through 5 different times, twice on PC, twice on Switch, and once on PS4. This game has a lot of flaws, I will say. Bugs will pop up, janky controls, and an empty open world. However most reviews for this game miss the point of what the developer was going for. This feels like a true call back to classic detective games of the past, giving you a challenge in solving each case. Case’s can become very complex, and solving each of them can be very satisfying. The score and atmosphere in this game are absolutely beautiful, really getting you immersed in the setting. Some players complain of getting lost and feeling like there is nothing to do, and to be honest that is entirely fair. This game would have benefited greatly from ditching the open world entirely, because at the core of it, the cases are what shine in this game. If you want good puzzles to solve in a beautiful but dark cyberpunk world, play arkady. But if you’re going into it for an openworld GTA like game, than no, that isnt what this game is.

Real player with 12.8 hrs in game

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This game is exactly the one that I wished for for such a long time! It is a classic cyberpunk detective story with neo-noire motives and great atmosphere. Recommend it highly and strongly wish for more content around it and new games in the same setting. Thank you so much devs! Please let me know how to support you.

Real player with 10.0 hrs in game

The Casebook of Arkady Smith on Steam

Welcome to PINEHILLS

Welcome to PINEHILLS

While the store page states it was released in August 28, 2021, it is not a full release. The files even state on the startup screen they are using the July Early Release. Therefore, this game is still “Early Release”. I spent 2 hours going into every empty building, going along every road, covered the lighthouse and even went as far into the ocean until you fall off the map. The game only has 3 “otherworldly” flashbacks. The total number of angels you can find are 4 of 12. The game is impossible to complete because there are no more angels to find on the map. Once you find all 12 angles I’m guessing the trapdoor inside the church will open and you can complete the game? If you want a “complete game” with a similar map check out Titan Chaser. Your money will be better spent there unless the dev releases the complete game of Welcome to PINEHILLS cause right now this is not it folks!

Real player with 3.8 hrs in game

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The game is akin to one puzzle like you would find in Res Evil 4 and the whole game has been centered around it.

Find x number of angel statues around the game world and replace them in PineHIlls' church.

Problem is after that hiding three or four statues and placing some very empty stock asset structures in about about six different spots the devs never came back to scatter the remaining angels.

This should be Early Access but the empty discussion board suggests abandoned.

Real player with 2.3 hrs in game

Welcome to PINEHILLS on Steam

The Caregiver | 終焉介護

The Caregiver | 終焉介護

As a fan of Chillas games, this is possibly the first negative review I’ve given of his/hers games.


  • Bigger maps than usual (or so it feels).

  • Superb atmosphere as usual.

  • Sprint ability!

  • Collectibles.

  • Good story.

  • Good sound design.


  • Objectives are a bit unclear. Like, after cleaning up urine one would assume next step is to put the cloth used in the washing machine, but I guess in Asian countries you just throw things in a plastic bag and keep it around your house…?

  • AI enemy very fast finding and attacking you when needing to perform actions. You need to run around and close doors behind you all over the house for at least half of the clocks in order to try and make it in time before being killed.

Real player with 5.8 hrs in game

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The Caregiver (TCG) is the most recent j-horror experience to come out from Chilla’s Art (CA)- who doesn’t even need an introduction at this point! It’s no secret, I’m a huge fan of theirs; I actually want to review all of their games but it’s easier said than done because you must have nerves of steel and not prone to mini-heart attacks. If you love Japanese horror movies, and want to be a glorified “extra” then play any one!! My first ever was when I worked in The Convenience Store (TCS) , but that’s because I was shopping for more than I bargained for.

Real player with 3.5 hrs in game

The Caregiver | 終焉介護 on Steam

A Day of Maintenance

A Day of Maintenance

You’re a distant blip amongst the sands around New Port City; It’s been a long few shifts, but you’re almost done with doing your sweep of the guidance stations for the docking spaceships. Take your Massive Self-Sustaining Installation Repair Truck (or MSSIRT for short); & travel the landscape to fix the last few on your list for the day with your trusty multi-tool crane.

A Day of Maintenance is a new, unusual kind of exploration game, taking cues from In Other Waters, 17776, Signal from Tolva, and Euro Truck Simulator 2

If you’ve ever found yourself thinking:

“I want a kind-of-technical driving game with a little gay romance but also some discussion over robot worker consciousness. (With crane operation gameplay)"

This game is for you.

  • Around 8 hours long

  • This game is deliberately slow-paced. Enjoy the drive, sip a cup of something warm, fix sites in the distant future.

  • Chat with your Robot Boyfriend, 6 workmates, & a couple other characters along the way.

  • Best played with a gamepad. But there’s mouse & keyboard bindings for everything.

Chat with Orby about cool stuff like databases, satellite software, and the possibility of having your mind overwritten by a routine check-up.

As you drive the open desert, your crew of fellow maintenance robots will chew the scenery; debating over trains, spaceships, philosophy, and hats.

Oh! You might also uncover a conspiracy.

A Day of Maintenance on Steam

Titan Chaser

Titan Chaser

A mechanically rough Early Access with a great concept and surreal mood about finding and rescuing giant titans roaming the land using all kinds of bright lights.

Your only two companions are a run down, beige coloured Chrysler K platform car that’s held together by glue, droplets of constant fog and the sheer enthusiasm of the main protagonist and a mysterious, freakishly tall hotel manager named Jasper. He’s also your main contact when your car decides to bunny hop down a hill and gets stuck on the train tracks or you decide to test how far into the water you can drive.

Real player with 4.8 hrs in game

This modestly priced Early Access walking sim has some great ideas at its core and even though I am not huge on buying in before the product is complete, I feel like I have already got my money’s worth and could quite happily recommend this to a walking sim fan who wants something a little bit different.


  • unexpected. You can almost count the versions of a walking sim on 1 or maybe 2 hands. Angsty teen, space station, psychological horror, but never have I played a walking sim where I basically have to drive around and shoo-away monsters.

Real player with 4.3 hrs in game

Titan Chaser on Steam



20 years ago the Great Fire Disaster set most of the world on fire causing mass extinction and destruction of life and earth. Only 30% of mankind has survived, only a few spots on earth are possible to live. As the governments failed, corporations took control. The world is plunging into chaos and anarchy. Welcome to New York in 1998.

You are an Exekiller, a futuristic bounty hunter. Your main goal is collecting S.O.U.L.S - biochip component which gathers information about its owner and also controls him. Chips are produced by one of the biggest corporations that rule the New Earth. Without S.O.U.L you simply don’t exist.


How you approach The Exekiller is up to you. Your choices affect not only the way the story develops - it also lets you face every situation any way you like. Your decisions affect the storyline that offers massive replayability.


The world of ExeKiller is both beautiful and lethal. Travel across diverse regions from deserts and canyons, through deadly highways and radioactive fields.


You can either kill them, bring them to justice or set them free - the choice is yours. Make full use of the environment and various types of weapons and gadgets. Use your abilities to gain advantage. Sneak past your enemies or talk your way out of trouble situations.


Experience a fascinating journey through post-apocalyptic landscapes dramatically affected by a stunning day/night cycle, dynamic weather and radioactive sun storms.

ExeKiller on Steam

Flashing Lights - Police, Firefighting, Emergency Services Simulator

Flashing Lights - Police, Firefighting, Emergency Services Simulator

I’m sorry, I really want to like this game, but if I gave it a thumbs-up, it would be for the concept and not the implementation and that’s not fair to people who are considering whether or not to purchase it.

To the dev(s): I like where you’re coming from and where you’re going with this. I hope you keep persevering and turn my opinion around. There’s an ENORMOUS amount of potential here. However, it’s plagued by issues (not just pre-release bugs) that make me question whether it has what it takes to pull off a successful release.

Real player with 270.4 hrs in game

I wanted to review FL sooner, but I also wanted to feel this game out first. I’m a simulation “expert” in that I’ve played almost every simulator game that has come out. There were some I purposely ignored for looking terrible, however. The emergency simulation genre has been struggling for a while. You have sh*tty developers and publishers pushing out games that make you want to burn the game itself so no one else ever has to experience it. Speaking of burn, I’ve been burned by these devs and publishers a lot - specifically Excalibur. They are notorious for backing garbage games. I used to be a moderator for Enforcer and had high hopes for it. Boyyyyyyyy was everyone, myself included, mislead.

Real player with 140.9 hrs in game

Flashing Lights - Police, Firefighting, Emergency Services Simulator on Steam

Rover Simulator

Rover Simulator

It’s a very chill walking (or rolling) sim across some fun space landscapes. If you’re into mellow games and space exploration i definitively recommend. It’s a very nice way to relax if you love space.

Real player with 0.6 hrs in game

Anything space exploration gets my vote. It’s early access and hasn’t been out for long. First impression, this game has excellent future development. already it has out sanding graphics in my opinion. Well worth the buy.

Real player with 0.1 hrs in game

Rover Simulator on Steam

Maniac Path

Maniac Path

An addictive game with excellent graphics and varied levels.

Real player with 3.3 hrs in game

Pretty boring.

Real player with 0.1 hrs in game

Maniac Path on Steam