This is not the Outrun you’re looking for.

1. The stage themes are nice, bright, and colorful. However, there’s 36 stages and only about 5 themes so it gets old fast.

2. You can buy different cars. However, they are all the same when upgraded so there’s no reason except that you like the way one looks.

3. There’s 18 different songs. However, they are all forgettable and there’s no option to play them randomly.

4. If you stick with one car and just upgrade it, the game is really easy until the end when the opponents are just flat out faster than your fully maxed out car.

Real player with 18.0 hrs in game

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This game is a new contender among tributes to the 80’s and early 90’s arcade style racing games. The game plays like a mix of Outrun and the Lotus series. Buying and upgrading new cars works in a bit of a Road Rash fashion, meaning that you have to grind races to earn money which in turn allows you to keep buying more stuff. There isn’t much to differentiate between the available cars, which all seem to drive pretty much the same. A bit of a missed opportunity there.

80’s Overdrive’s entire look is decidely retro in the graphics department which works out nicely, colors pop on screen and the entire 2D style reminds me of something that wouldn’t have felt out of place on Sega’s Saturn system back in the day. At the start of the game you pick a driver and a car. The driver is just a character portrait, there is no story and there are no interactions at all between you and your opponents before or after races like there is in Road Rash for example. This kind of sucks, because you would expect something like this to be there after seeing all the different characters. There’s work that obviously went into creating these, but nothing is done with it. Again we’re coming across a fair bit of missed potential here.

Real player with 14.4 hrs in game

80's OVERDRIVE on Steam

Agent Intercept

Agent Intercept

For being an expanded port of “just” a mobile game, this one’s great.

My only two complaints are irregular, but severe crashes and the fact that the campaign is rather short.

Though, regarding the latter, Score-Hunters will still have plenty of fun with the arcade mode.

Real player with 17.1 hrs in game

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This is a really fun game. It has striking character design, engaging gameplay, and a funky soundtrack. The story and dialogue can be goofy but that’s not a bug, it’s a feature.

Incidentally, I have not encountered any bugs.

Real player with 5.3 hrs in game

Agent Intercept on Steam



Offline split screen, amazing! Nice art, beautiful soundtracks and challenging tracks.

Loved this game. Good work guys. Keep it up. Enjoyed it 3

Real player with 1.1 hrs in game

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So, it’s the first game of a small studio called Nadan. Considering it’s their first game it’s quite good. The artistic environment of the game is really cool. It has an aesthetic vibe.

The controls are good. I’ll admit the gameplay is not the best indie gameplay of all time but it’s okay. What I love the most about this game is their soundtracks. Each race track has a different soundtrack that really goes with the vibe of the environment.

The game has single player, online multiplayer and a split screen local multiplayer. And I really had a good time playing the split screen multiplayer with my little brother. These indie games are really good when you have someone to play with. Also, this game has more than 50 maps which is crazy!

Real player with 0.8 hrs in game

Oscillate on Steam

FlatOut: Ultimate Carnage

FlatOut: Ultimate Carnage

This game is literally FlatOut 2 remake.

the game have all FlatOut 2 maps and car, but the difference between this and flatout 2 is :

-the online still work on this game (but you will need to install game for windows live and a patch to make the game run)

-in solo mode, you play versus 11 NPC instead of 7

-You have some extra cars

-You have 2 or 3 extra games modes

-The games have some improved graphics, but to be honnest I liked the graphic of flatout 2 equally

-The NPC AI is a little different than flatout 2 (I think In solo mode in flatout 2 all the npc target you)

Real player with 253.3 hrs in game

I’ve played the retail of this game, the not retail, the steam release on another account and a few times on this account..

So.. What is Flatout UC and what makes it tick?

Basically, an upgraded Flatout 2 with some chievs and stuff. But saying that isn’t helping much so lets just do a list of pros and cons. Cons first.


  • uses GFWL

  • that glitch with rubbish on the road that normally should just bump from the car but that one critical time impales your car thru the middle and makes it vault into the air when you could have got that new lap record or won a hard race.

Real player with 223.5 hrs in game

FlatOut: Ultimate Carnage on Steam

art of rally

art of rally

Not really arcade, not really sim, art of rally is a compelling top down racing game with multiple layers to be discovered and a high skill ceiling. Chill but also competitive, it’s demanding enough to stay interesting but the whole atmosphere, beautiful aesthetics and a banging soundtrack also make it a relaxing and memorable experience.

The different cars have a weight to them and feel amazing after a bit of a learning curve, you feel completly in control. The difference in handling is really noticeable between the vehicules, the best example being RWD vs AWD. If you’re familiar with racing/rally you’ll find techniques like weight transfer, handbrake turns and drifts can and should be applied here. You can even clutch kick. The game offers manual or automatic transmissions and controllers and wheels are supported. ( And highly recommended, please don’t play this game on keyboard.) There is A LOT of cars to try and mastering them will take time, some will fit a specific driving style, some will control you more than you control them. Most engines sound great, some better than others, but they are pretty decent overall.

Real player with 118.0 hrs in game

### To do something dangerous with style, is art…

art of rally is a minimalistic, bird’s eye view racing game. Your goal is to win championships spanning from the 60s and through to the mid-90s.

Beauty in simplicity.

One of the most striking things about art of rally is the presentation: a wonderful, vibrant low-poly visual style, which also includes atmospheric volumetric lighting. Driving towards the setting sun on evening stages is a sight to behold. On top of this, a photo mode is available for your pleasure. It lets you enjoy the lawyer-friendly rally cars blasting through the track, leaving trails of thick smoke in their wake and with their brake discs glowing and sparking. The trackside spectators being cubes may seem odd at first, but they actually complement the game’s aesthetics very nicely.

Real player with 38.6 hrs in game

art of rally on Steam

Freelance Trucker: Insurance Fraud Edition

Freelance Trucker: Insurance Fraud Edition

Neat little game to waste some time, I enjoyed causing some mayhem and trying to survive until the goal (it’s not always that easy). Far from perfect but enjoyable for sure for an indie title. Good job!

Real player with 0.7 hrs in game

Freelance Trucker: Insurance Fraud Edition on Steam

Rainy City: Pandemic

Rainy City: Pandemic

Rainy City: Pandemic

DISCLAIMER: I received this product for no cost for the purpose of reviewing. However, this does not affect my views and opinions of the game.

Short Review

Rainy City Pandemic is a story driven title where the player drives around the city delivering pizza, trying to save up enough money to pay for their sister’s medical treatment. The bulk of the gameplay focuses on conversations with other characters and interactions with them. The game takes place in a dystopian future where the the pandemic (the covid-19 pandemic, assumingly) is still rampant.

Real player with 4.3 hrs in game

Crim’s Humble Opinion Curator


This is a revisited review. Check out the original review here .

Rainy Days

Rainy City Pandemic is a game about a delivery boy in a city that is swept up in the wave of a pandemic. You are attempting to raise money for your sister to get her the medical attention she needs. This game had started out as a seven dollar game and has gone through some patches and a price drop to raise the quality of life. I played through the game again after a wave of updates and admittedly I have yet to play the newest additions to the game. What I can say is that one of the weaker points of the games has been significantly improved. The weakest point before was the dialogue. When playing the game through again I was no longer running into dialogue that was repeated nor were there as many open ended short conversations.

Real player with 2.9 hrs in game

Rainy City: Pandemic on Steam

Mini Slide - Animal Race

Mini Slide - Animal Race

82 hours PogU yeah its Okay lol

Real player with 82.5 hrs in game

I think this is a great demo to get players to try the game and wanting to purchase it. Only wish there was an option to play online :)

There is our LP video :)

Real player with 0.9 hrs in game

Mini Slide - Animal Race on Steam

Heading Out - A Narrative Road Movie Racing Game

Heading Out - A Narrative Road Movie Racing Game

Heading Out is a road-movie inspired racing game mixed with an immersive narration, character creator and resource management.

We aim to recreate the spirit of cult American road-movies from the past. Such as Vanishing Point, Two-Lane Blacktop and Thelma & Louise.

Drive through the American West

Welcome to the mythical American West. You’re a vigilante driving across the country in a muscle car. How fast can you go coast to coast? Who or what are you running from? Are you looking for an adventure? Or do you want to get lost on the highways carved in vast American plains?

Beautiful cars, hi-octane races and the joy of the drive

Hop into a classic muscle car, tune in to a great Americana soundtrack and go on a drive through the American West. Run from the police, chase other drivers, maneuver in traffic, break through a sandstorm, contemplate views during a peaceful night ride through the desert… And most of all: enjoy the ride!

Create your own hero & story

You’re the Driver . Using a deep but easy-to-manage character creator, the player will answer questions about their fears, dreams and ambitions. What’s your motivation? Why are you on the run? Who’s chasing you? Choices made in the character creator determine what the player hears on the radio. Because you’re making headlines and everyone is talking about you!

Meaningful choices and unique adventure

Choose your path across America. Keep an eye on your fuel meter, car condition and wanted level. Think strategically. Study the map. Meet mysterious travelers, make interesting choices and discover fascinating sites.

Will you help a stranger? Will you leave your past in the dust? Will you take up the challenge to a duel on the blacktop? Build a legend that is uniquely yours.

Rogue-like structure, infinite replayability potential

Every time you click New Story, a new adventure is created. You can become someone completely different, encounter new events and make different, meaningful choices. After completing a run, you can immortalize your adventure and share it with other players!

Heading Out - A Narrative Road Movie Racing Game on Steam

Slide - Animal Race

Slide - Animal Race

I am having trouble with Remote Play, the online player cannot control their character. I am unable to configure their controller without having it plugged into my computer. I have removed the controller for player 2 and have the default keyboard set for input. Still waiting to test.

Does multiplayer only work if we are plugged into the same computer? I hope not.

Real player with 7.7 hrs in game

Are you looking for a unique gaming experience? How often do you play indie games? Today, I’ll be looking at a new quirky racing game with a twist. Most racing games like Mario Kart, Forza, and Gran Turismo, use vehicles but in this game, Slide – Animal Race, you can choose between multiple different animals instead of vehicles, a rather interesting concept for a racing game.

You can select between 6 different animals. These animals include a turtle, fox, penguin, dolphin, orca, or even a seagull. A rather diverse cast for a racing game. And it doesn’t matter which animal you choose since the stats on each animal are the same. So go ahead and choose the animal you truly like the most without worrying about which one is faster. I honestly like the fox most cause of the way in runs in the desert stage.

Real player with 2.7 hrs in game

Slide - Animal Race on Steam