Mad Taxi

Mad Taxi

Mad Taxi is another asset flip from copy+paste merchants, HotFoodGames. This time they’ve ripped off someone else’s NW.js endless runner/reflex clicker game where you have to click your mouse button when the taxi hits one of the arrows.

I mean, if you’re going to plagiarise someone else’s work by asset flipping, at least you could flip something decent? Apparently not. Anyway, this is bundle worsening asset flip garbage that got dumped into cheap nasty DailyIndieGame bundles and should be avoided.

Real player with 0.1 hrs in game

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Mad Taxi on Steam



SYNTHALGIA is an arcade racing game set in the summers of the 1980’s. Drive dangerously, drive fast, earn credits, buy and upgrade cars all while jamming out to 80’s inspired music in a neon retrofuturistic world of fast cars, beaches and bright lights!


  • Popup Freaking Headlights!

  • Rad Synthwave Music!

  • Poster Dream Cars!

  • The 1980’s Baby!


  • Simcade Vehicle Controls & Physics

  • Xbox Series Controller Support

  • G920 Steering Wheel Support

  • Awesome Soundtrack

  • TH8A Shifter Support

  • Awesome Graphics

  • 1980’s Vibes

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I got it for the aesthetic but stayed for the music and lore.

At an asking price of $3.99, it’s worth every penny.

After spending even more time with this game, I can add 4 more points to this review:

  1. This game is great for a casual gamer but it also has depth for folks that want more out of their investment.

  2. If you enjoy achievements, this game has a bit of interesting depth that can require adjusting playing styles. This can keep the game interesting, prolonging playability.

  3. For the actual driving game play, the game feels good. Its not quite as fluid as some other throwback driving simulator like “80’s Overdrive” - PalmRide is a bit snappier, simulating an 8-bit driver, without being as painful as an actual 8-bit driver.

Real player with 7.8 hrs in game

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This is the 1980s scrolling driving game that the scrolling driving games in the 1980s couldn’t be, at least in my house with my childhood ATARI 2600. I guess the Dream Machine had slightly flashier ones, but nothing like this. Really great soundtrack, interesting power-ups (you can even make your car fly), different play modes, and you can shoot other cars that get in the way of your speeding.

Real player with 5.2 hrs in game

PalmRide on Steam

Riff Racer - Race Your Music!

Riff Racer - Race Your Music!

Riff Racer, previously called Drive Any Track, is basically Audiosurf without the match-3 puzzles. You load up a song from your hard drive, and the game generates a unique track for you to drive through, letting you compete for high scores with anyone else who’s played the same track.

The controls and presentation are simply sublime. Racing feels like F-Zero with its high speeds and crazy jumps; you really have to pay attention to the shape of the upcoming track if you don’t want to wipe out. The smooth animation and futuristic visual style is wickedly awesome as well.

Real player with 102.1 hrs in game

Riff Racer, what a game. To be honest, I did not expect it to be so good. This is one of those games that you put your music into and they generate a racing track, which fits the music. Even though it’s in Early Access, it does its job better than other game of the same genre.

Below the final verdict is the complete list of music that I’ve played for this review.


  • Terrific surroundings (skyscrapers, spotlights, etc.)

  • It does a really good job at converting the music into the track you are driving on. The drops are amazing, boost pickups are synchronised with the beats and even landings fit the music!

Real player with 32.5 hrs in game

Riff Racer - Race Your Music! on Steam

Cyber Rider

Cyber Rider

classic arcade game, pretty fast, really fun to play

Real player with 4.8 hrs in game

Honestly, I just bought this game for dat ass. . . what can I say, I’m an ass man!

| (Adult) Content | No. |

| Censorship? | Not applicable. |

| Hours of Gameplay | Thirty minutes. |

| Modding Support? | No. |

| Patch Available? | Not applicable. |

Real player with 1.1 hrs in game

Cyber Rider on Steam

Neon Drive

Neon Drive

An 80’s Love Letter That Just Falls Short

Don’t let my “Not Recommended” rating dissuade you - Neon Drive is the most intense, addicting, visually arresting rhythm game that I sadly cannot recommend outright to everyone. It’s at times like these that I wish I had a different option other than a simple “Yes/No” answer. This game is good - very good in fact - but it has problems that prevent it from being great. If you love rhythm games, challenging difficulties, or the 80’s aesthetic then you’ll probably love this game as much as I do. However, if not then don’t let this game be your introduction.

Real player with 21.8 hrs in game

I had fun with this game but can’t recommend it due to issues that make the hard/insane difficulties far more difficult than they really need to be.

The plane level has a loop that basically doesn’t interact with the music at all, forcing you to just figure it out via trial and error.

The falling traffic section has cool music that doesn’t help you in any way. It’s just falling enough times to memorize a safe path through.

The Robot level has a series of hurdles that require the first jump made be well timed. There is no useful music for the first jump, in fact there’s a misleading series of notes that will get you killed if you use them. The following hurdles all have super useful notes to help, but this doesn’t matter if your first jumps timing is off, you’ll die on the later hurdles if it is. ((I guess it’s possible to ajdust your timing between hurdles, but that’s like, tasbot levels of reaction time. Not what rhythm games are about)) This problem exists on other levels, but it’s not as pronounced as it is in the robot level, due to its unique mechanics.

Real player with 15.6 hrs in game

Neon Drive on Steam



Highly recommend that you give it a try. It’s got a high skill-ceiling (See: My time.) with an array of helpful options/tools to get you to those extreme charts. The editor takes a bit of time to learn (I’d say 5 to 10 hours to get the hang of it.), but has a fast workflow once you figure things out.

More than anything, I think this game has potential. Just sticking with the game for ~3 quarters of a year, I’ve seen the game change a lot, and for the better too. Despite being a single developer, they often work on the game and is very responsive to the (rather small) community. A new note-type (something you don’t see often in rhythm games), camera effects, a ton of world customization options in the editor, and many other things were added since I’ve started playing. It’s incredibly impressive and I hope it pays off.

Real player with 849.5 hrs in game


Let me start by saying that you should get this game. It’s fun, challenging, and offers lots of replayability. The tracks are your standard-fare EDM by largely unknown artists. They’re all pretty good (as are the beatmaps) and with the Workshop the track selection is only bound to improve. It’s F2P so there’s really no excuse not to try it out.

The Gameplay

Overall, the gameplay is incredibly fun. It’s similar to Amplitude’s but with a lot more inputs (9) and from what I can tell it’s almost a carbon copy of Sound Vortex. So if those games are your thing, this probably will be, too. Most of the beatmaps are stellar and really fun to play, with many complex and interesting patterns.

Real player with 258.0 hrs in game




Absolutely a waste of a dollar, There’s no rhythm whatsoever, and every level shares the same song. You can tell how the levels look, and are, just by looking at the menu screen, and I’m not saying they’re good either, I guess they do their job, but nothing is special about them, the dev just wants you to play this for as long as possible, hence the multiple levels. This game is obviously a cash grab, and it’s upsetting. Don’t buy this.

Real player with 0.1 hrs in game

Ultratank on Steam



SnowRocket is a single snowmobile race for the best time.

The track is tricky enough and will probably play against you.

Trees and animals, sharp turns and other obstacles.

Race for the best score with other players.

Show who is really the best here!

Currently only one racing track is available in the game.

The game in a prototype state now. There is still plenty of work ahead.

Feedback and review and suggestions from players will help determine the priorities for the development of the game.

SnowRocket on Steam

Speed Stars

Speed Stars

10/10 game what can I say. I am addicted and the game really is harder than it looks. If you’re competitive and love track & field this is the perfect game for you.

Real player with 7.7 hrs in game

Brought back my Track n Field PTSD from High School.

Real player with 3.2 hrs in game

Speed Stars on Steam