Blind Drive

Blind Drive

What an interesting game. Blind drive puts you in the shoes of Donny… A guy who is blind folded and cuffed to the steering wheel of a vehicle and sent on his way down a highway against traffic. I will say nothing more on the story as I don’t want to spoil. Anyway, the gameplay is simple enough… You hear a vehicle on one side of the road, steer to the other! That’s not all though. The story takes some wild turns and puts you through many different and sometimes unexpected situations to test you. In all, the sound design is great and story is funny. For it’s price, I’d certainly have to recommend this insane and wacky journey. Sit back, relax, and happy steering!

Real player with 10.6 hrs in game

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It’s not everyday one discovers a new genre - and what a pleasant surprise it is!

Playing eyes closed, flat on my back with surround sound headphones and a wireless keyboard, Blind Drive is a wild narrative-driven adventure.

The sound effects and spatial design create an immersive atmosphere, complemented with excellent voice acting and often hilarious one-liners (“Give me a break; I’m driving blind! Can’t you see?"), while the graphics make a complete mockery of my 32:9 monitor.

For gamers who think they’ve seen it all, Blind Drive is like playing VR with your eyes closed.

Real player with 2.8 hrs in game

Blind Drive on Steam

Drift Of The Hill

Drift Of The Hill

Very addicting game even for early access.

What I liked:

-Cars handled really well

-some maps were well made

-detailed animations

-several cars and maps to choose from

-cars are well designed and some based off of Initial D

-The Eurobeat hell yes

What could be improved:

-Every car sounds like a supra. add a bit of variety of car sounds

-speedometer is a little off to the one inside the car

-acceleration for some cars is a little unnatural. seems like that of a supercar.

-could use more maps

-Could tweak the physics a bit. turning seems a little flimsy

Real player with 6.3 hrs in game

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The drifting in this game feels amazing once you actually learn how to do it, but there are two quality of life things that I think would make this game even better. The first is being able to save your tuning settings; Changing the tuning settings every time you restart gets kind of tedious. The second is adding more options to the replay system. Instead of just having the chase action cam, maybe add options to see in the first or third-person view? Being able to download the replays would also be nice. Other than those things, this game is a steal for less than $2.

Real player with 4.5 hrs in game

Drift Of The Hill on Steam

FAR: Lone Sails

FAR: Lone Sails

this is beautiful…. Im gonna buy the next game

Real player with 5.5 hrs in game

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A wonderful but short adventure. The art style and atmosphere is beautiful.

Real player with 4.8 hrs in game

FAR: Lone Sails on Steam

Volt Patrol - Stealth Driving

Volt Patrol - Stealth Driving

This is a small jewel of a game! It’s challenging yet at time oddly relaxing. I love the visuals, the minimalistic designs are obviously intended as a nod to the graphics of the early arcade games of the 80’s. Also beautiful and atmospheric music. The game is short but worth the price. Support independent game creators!

Real player with 14.0 hrs in game

“We need more Volt Patrol - it’s too interesting not to push any further than this.”


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Real player with 12.7 hrs in game

Volt Patrol - Stealth Driving on Steam



TL;DR An incredibly fun and addicting super speed reflex game.

Your job in this game is to go fast. Really fast. Faster than your brain can think, kinds of fast. You need to avoid obstacles at ridiculous speeds while trying your best to score some points for tricks along the way. This game is an arcade type game from the start, just get a better highscore. But the way it’s done is incredible and it really makes want to keep playing in a sort of “Just One More Run” type of way.

The game starts off pretty easy but gets progressively harder as you improve. This keeps the game feeling fresh even after long play sessions because of how the game scales with you. Well most of the time that is. You’ll start off at a low speed of 100 km/h and slowly make your way up, but if you ever die you can respawn at the last 100 that you got up until 700 km/h (For instance, you die at 450 km/h, the next you can start at 400 km/h rather than 100 km/h). This keeps the pacing of the game quite good, for you don’t have to be perfect in every lower speed level just you have a chance at the next high speed. Most of the time.

Real player with 112.5 hrs in game

Extremely entertaining obstacle-avoiding game with a great “just one more try” feeling.

Mechanics are really simple to understand: the bike move on its own and you can either dodge left/right or drift left/right in order to change directions. You can also jump in order to make stunts through direction inputs.

You start at a speed of 100km/h and it slowly increases. Using stunts, drifting and using speedboosts on the road can increase the speed even faster. After every 100km/h cap (i.e. 200, 300, 400…) the game saves your progress and once you die you can start at the last goal achieved. This is applied up to 700km/h.

Real player with 36.3 hrs in game

Hyperun on Steam