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

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

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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

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

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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

Plaguepunk Justice

Plaguepunk Justice

Great mix of roguelike and squad based strategy. Unique setting and mechanics for a zombie game. Love the art style and the music is very enjoyable and gives a nice tone. Very polished with no crashes or issues so far. Has that addictive “one more turn/mission”. Glad I found this hidden gem.

Real player with 10.5 hrs in game

recently got this game on sale, got completely hooked within the first three missions

the style, dialogue, combat, and crafting system are all top notch, 10/10

some of the things that hold the game back in my eyes is the movement, often times passing through another person (or vice versa) can mess up my placement, but to be fair thats just a learning curve

the combat enforces high mobility because of the healing combat, and i think thats really interesting. It makes positioning, resource management, exploration, and map awareness very important. Also requires a little bit of tracking which “patients” you have already treated, etc

Real player with 8.5 hrs in game

Plaguepunk Justice on Steam

Drones, The Human Condition

Drones, The Human Condition

Amazing, Fun, Addictive Twin Stick Shooter.

I really enjoy this game, the music and sounds are Epic and i cant seem to stop playing once i start.

Levels differ so there’s a varerty of them to keep you interested, Overall a very solid enjoyable game that will have you comming back for more. Please Check Out My Video Below for some Gameplay.

Real player with 3.5 hrs in game

Dizzee Rascal… That’s who I think of when I play this.

The classic, eclectic, UK urban electro music ebbs and throbs relentlessly; commanding attension while you tightly weave through the madcap, claustrophobic arenas of baddies and laser trip wires. BONKERS

It’s manic, rude and …technical, just like that singer.

Drones has a very cool sprite based 3d trickery that is 100% pulled off. That stuff always impresses me.

I’m not amazing at these games at all and the addition of little tips in between levels brings you up to scratch on the best way’s to herd enemies into your smart bombs.

Real player with 1.4 hrs in game

Drones, The Human Condition on Steam



Classic 2d arcade. Leapen is short and easy game with pixel graphics and 8bit music. There are 8 levels that are almost the same. This game trains your reaction, but there are other games that do it better.

Real player with 1.6 hrs in game

A cool game to pass the time. I remembered Geometry dash in terms of the fact that only jumps can be controlled. The game is made in a pixel style, you need to collect all the apples for the door to the next level to appear. There are even very amusing levels in which you need to catch good timing. Quite good

Real player with 1.5 hrs in game

Leaper on Steam