Pathological Tires

Pathological Tires

I was able to try this game during Early Access and it is extremely well-made. It remains one of the only examples of a “Racing Puzzle Game” I’ve heard of, and it’s not just a good concept – the level design is stellar, with new challenges and mechanics expanding the design space from area to area, and the game really sticks the landing. If you’re a fan of either puzzle games or racing fandom, this game is for you!

Real player with 5.4 hrs in game

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This time, the Salesman is Traveling in style!

Pathological Tires is a great example of simple-yet-challenging. The core gameplay of telling a car what path to take is understood immediately, with clever level design naturally revealing the game’s complexity as you play. Once you start having to think carefully about acceleration and cornering, it gets really interesting.

The game retains some nice racing quirks, too. Setting a new “Personal Best!” time on a puzzle feels really good, even if you’re not quite to the par time yet, and watching your new solution’s car race your previous Best’s ghost is exciting.

Real player with 3.4 hrs in game

Pathological Tires on Steam

The Ghost Train | 幽霊列車

The Ghost Train | 幽霊列車

Visually, this game is appealing. I feel like that’s the only pro I can mention. If you’re wanting a plot in this game then you will get a plot, just expect it to be a plot hole. Basically, all you do is go to the restroom in the train station, go to the smoking area, then ride the train until you reach the very end of the game. The puzzles were okay, but the last puzzle with the items you pick up was very confusing to figure out. If anyone is stuck on that… when you pick up the items (the cane, shoes, bug cage, windmill toy, and beer can) you set them on the train seat opposite of the reflection in the window in which character they belong to. It took me forever to figure it out. The endings weren’t as immersive as with the endings in The Convenience Store & Missing Children. Overall, decent game, but it gets a bit tedious for the time you spend playing it. I highly recommend playing Missing Children and The Convenience Store instead. Those are phenomenal, plot based, and wonderful atmospheric games!

Real player with 5.8 hrs in game

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This was my first game experience from Chilla’s Art and I got to say I wish it’d happened sooner, appearantly I’m an avid J-Horror fan and I didn’t even know it before crossing this game. I ended up reading Japanese urban legends at 4 AM in the morning- besides Kisaragi I guess

! the chase part is a reference to Teke Teke. Can’t wait to play the other ones.

My cons for the game is the walking/running speed and the fact that

! getting killed or not killed by the girl not affecting the ending type you get. And I can get the reason for low speed, building up tension etc. etc. but instead of that it just straight up frustrated me, drove me to boredom at first portion of the game. It felt repetetive and laggy, but after progressing enough and getting both endings the repetetive parts felt justified.

Real player with 3.4 hrs in game

The Ghost Train | 幽霊列車 on Steam



The beta key for the final Modiverse update that includes unfinished cars is “kjmodbetatesters”

This game was dead on arrival. Let me get this out of the way, Modiverse wasn’t meant to be a scam, it was abandoned likely from fear.

The origins of this game (at least according to the creator, KillerJim) was that there was a dispute between KillerJim and the creator of Pavlov VR. What the dispute was about was never revealed, but it ended with Jim deciding to create a VR game being a direct competitor to Pavlov VR. Over the course of development, people were offered access to a closed beta for modders, but the majority of them didn’t have VR setups so the game’s direction was changed to be similar to both Pavlov and Garry’s Mod.

Real player with 437.1 hrs in game

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Still rather early on, but it has great potential with open source mods made by the developers to get creators a head start if they want to contribute to the workshop and the community.

There is still more to come and more support from the developers, now yes it seems rather empty and small now, but with growth and numbers this game can really take off.

We just need people to believe in the project and show support if they can.

Real player with 318.5 hrs in game

Modiverse 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