The Chatters Show Free Version

The Chatters Show Free Version

i have no use for this so i don’t recommend it


Real player with 1.0 hrs in game

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The Chatters Show Free Version is not a game, it’s a software application that’s erroneously been uploaded to Steam as a game. It’s designed as a free/demo that allows Twitch streamers to make quizzes or something.

Regardless, not a game, so I cannot recommend this to gamers.

Real player with 0.1 hrs in game

The Chatters Show Free Version on Steam

Perfectly Balanced

Perfectly Balanced

Although very simple, the game’s proposal is very solid “Distribute the weights in the remaining blocks”. It was a longer game play than I expected, but it was a plus for me as the game has a window mode so I just played casually while doing other things.

Real player with 2.7 hrs in game

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A interesting game with a clean art and good sound, the concept of this reaaly caught my attention

Real player with 1.2 hrs in game

Perfectly Balanced on Steam

Mushroom Savior

Mushroom Savior

Отличная затягивающая головоломка в жанре сокобана! Очень хорош дизайн уровней, есть самые разные объекты: лёд, по которому скользишь в одном направлении, взрывчатка, решетки, управляющиеся кнопками, телепорты для ящиков, замки с ключами и т.п. Музыка и звуковые эффекты красивые, играть интересно.

Real player with 3.2 hrs in game

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Sokoban with teleporters and unusual atmosphere. Forces player to take some leaps of faith here and there, but superior to its prequel, “Mushroom Quest”, in most of ways.

Real player with 2.8 hrs in game

Mushroom Savior on Steam

Super Jigsaw Puzzle: Generations

Super Jigsaw Puzzle: Generations

I’ve tried other jigsaw games here on Steam, and Super Jigsaw Puzzle Generations is hands down my favorite. If you’re a puzzle-lover, you won’t be disappointed. I like the selection of free puzzles and how you can get every achievement on just the free, but I’ve also purchased 3 dlc sets (at the time of this writing: Fruits, Kittens, and Sunsets) and looking to purchase more in the future. I like how I can select the number of pieces it takes to fully assemble each and every puzzle (60, 200, 400, or 800), which allows me to play according to however I feel at the time. The UI is nice and clean, and recently a number of really good quality of life features have been added, one of which completely negates the one thing I might have complained about… I.e. you can opt to one-click drag a piece instead of click-holding to drag a piece – at one point I was playing this game for such long periods that my carpal tunnel was beginning to act up, and it’s nice not having to worry that will ever be an issue. And… is it weird that I really love how the mouse cursor disappears when holding a piece? I get really annoyed in the other jigsaw games where the cursor obscures a piece that I’m trying to match to other pieces. Trust me, if you’re doing an 800-pc, you’ll like being able to examine every bit of it. In short, get this game. Purchase the DLC sets. Support the devs and your jigsaw habit.

Real player with 546.2 hrs in game

I wish there were a “meh” review option. This is a functional jigsaw puzzle game. I have played worse. I have played better. The snapping of the pieces is fine, above average even as it allows you to change the distance to when it will snap. The ease of moving pieces is ok, really just exactly average. The side box/extra space is ok, if a bit small, and slightly cumbersome as you can’t see them all laid out at the same time.

There is a major flaw in the game imo. The rendering of the pieces happens before they are rotated and scattered, this causes two issues. You can see the shine on the sides of the pieces and know instantly which way the piece should be orientated. And it is basically useless to zoom in as the image just pixelates; it straight up just gets bigger, not clearer.

Real player with 113.7 hrs in game

Super Jigsaw Puzzle: Generations on Steam



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Aborigenus is a short platformer about a warring tribe that has invaded your own sky tribe, taken people away, and you leave in pursuit of the warriors that left, overcoming obstacles and challenges on your way to find them. Your girlfriend is missing as well, and your main goal has been to set off in search of rescuing her, and trying to catch up with the rest of your own tribesman along the way.

Real player with 5.1 hrs in game

This game doesn’t have nearly enough levels. It was over before I even figured out how to use all the features. I only discovered there was more than one magic skill after I was done by looking at the pictures and reviews here. And you only get to ride one single chicken. :-(


After accidentally beating the game with just the spear, level 1 crow shot, and level 1 strength, I decided to play again and figure out the skills system. That’s the closest thing to making the game long enough to be satisfying. Anyway, it’s way easier to defeat the boss with some magic blasts than just using the spear. And if you really want to gain all the skills, it’s possible to grind next to a checkpoint, then kill yourself and repeat, because the enemies respawn when the checkpoint restores you.

Real player with 3.6 hrs in game

Aborigenus on Steam



This game is much more fun than many of the big budget high detail graphics AAA games. It brings the same kind of vibe as playing a game of Foosball or table tennis. Especially when playing against friends at home or online with Steam Remote Play Together. Playing against the computer is really nice too. And it’s hard enough to stay entertaining. Especially when playing the game modes that the developer created that are different than standard Pong. The simple graphics keep the game clean. In the matter that when you lose or win a point, you know exactly what happened and why. Unlike a lot of games where you sit there wondering what went wrong, or being mind boggled about what the game just did that just didnt seem right. I paid 1 euro and felt like I could easily share my love for the game by gifting the game to a couple Steam friends. One of them is TheJoyOfPuzzles on Twitch. He fell in love right away and played the game on stream for hours

Real player with 112.3 hrs in game

Exactly the face-lift that classic pong needed. I am pretty sure that I am just scratching the surface of the growing complexity of the levels. There is a tough learning curve to just get competent at basic pong if you’re not already. totally worth it to get through the initial challenge and start conquering some of the later levels. Worth at-least a dollar. No question!

Real player with 41.7 hrs in game

Project:Pong on Steam

Neon Warp

Neon Warp

A simple, yet surprisingly mind-boggling puzzle game. Simplicity may be perceived as a negative connotation when it comes to games for many people, but Neon Warp’s simplicity actually works in it’s favor in the best way possible and becomes one of it’s strength. The game has the kind of content that speaks for itself while still managing to be entertaining and being challenging enough to make you think, and it’s simplicity allows players - experienced and new - to get into the game easily without much hassle.

Real player with 30.1 hrs in game

Interesting puzzle game. Only have 3 colors to work with, but it gets tricky on exactly how to manipulate them to what you want them to be. Most levels aren’t that hard to solve, but getting 3 stars on every level can be a bit of a challenge given you often have to complete boards in the fewest moves possible. Pretty satisfying to get to the end of the levels.

Time trial is perhaps a bit too hard to get the achievements on, especially given the boards are random. Maybe lighten the requirements a bit or not having random boards on each run.

Real player with 21.6 hrs in game

Neon Warp on Steam



the bosses suck. who ever designed them is mentally retarded.

Real player with 12.5 hrs in game

Overall I liked it a lot but it does have a few (very) rough edges. Shmup combined with metroidvania should be self-explanatory but what drew me to the game was tactical combat where you get slower while attacking, there are timed dodges and there are abilities that use the same resource bar as dodges. That makes it a solid foundation for some good bullet hell. Most of the bosses are very well designed and you get rewarded for exploration handsomely, with equippable accessories that modify your ship in various ways. Unfortunately there are a few issues I’ve had with it:

Real player with 10.4 hrs in game




december 2021 edit: the 2.0 update revamped the whole game, so I edited the review to reflect the changes.

numtate is a portmanteau of number and rotate, and sure enough, it’s about rotating numbers so they add up to the one in the middle, called a core. luckily, not much math skill is required, as the core keeps track of the current situation, no need to constantly count what’s around. the core number is the minimum, not the exact goal, though most of the time you won’t have the luxury of going over.

Real player with 5.2 hrs in game

NUMTATE on Steam

in My MIND.

in My MIND.


Love this game and the message behind it ! Even if some levels were frustrating, I’m so pumped now to deal with my emotions in real life ! It won’t be that easy but as said in the description : “you might be able to face them in a much lighter mind in reality, too.”

It’s worth the price and I hope to see more other games from this editor/indie dev !

The only complain I’ve got is the lack of music. There is only one song but hey ! At least you can use Youtube and then listening to some epic music when battling your emotions !

Real player with 7.2 hrs in game

i really liked this game. It explained a lot about certain mental disorders in a very interesting way. Despite it being a challenge to beat each level, it also made sense as to why. It’s a challenge to get past the certain problems. This game is it’s own sort of unique and really showed the developers really knew what they were doing.

Real player with 1.9 hrs in game

in My MIND. on Steam