Debugger 3.16: Hack’n’Run

Debugger 3.16: Hack’n’Run

I recommend this game as the first game in your quest to learn programming. I am on a quest to learn coding via games and thus I have played many games on Steam. This game is more ‘gamey’ than ‘teachy’ on coding in the same genre as what I call, dev team level editor. Dev team level editor games have level editors that are designed for developers or software testers. Since it is not meant for end users, the level editors are crude and often use command line rather than an easy to use GUI. The learning of coding comes as you gain more and more access to the level editor as you level up and play. Debugger 3.16 , explains concepts like variables as you unlock features. You change variables of built in program functions to do everything from healing, aiming, changing volume and more. You will not be learning much coding since you will be changing variables in the developer predefined functions. However actually typing out functions and changing variables got me comfortable and prepared me for other more code teaching games and tutorials.

Real player with 35.1 hrs in game

I just finished the game and judging by the global achievements I was the very first to do so. Yay!

Right now there are 4 worlds and 4 bosses to beat and I had great fun doing so.

The neat thing about small indie games is that they sometimes come up with a new and fresh game mechanic. In this case it’s writing programming code to influence your character. You’ll learn something about coding and having fun at the same time. It’s a puzzle platformer with great graphics and a nice story to go with it.

Real player with 34.6 hrs in game

Debugger 3.16: Hack'n'Run on Steam

Observer: System Redux

Observer: System Redux

Observer Systemn Redux (2020) is a refurbished version of Observer (2017) both developed by a polish development company named Bloober . This walking horror simulator is based during a cyberpunk era, 2084, when a deadly disease known as ‘Nanophage’ has already become rampant in the past and manifested itself among the slum C district of Krakow Poland. Due to a nuclear holocaust from both east and west, a mega corporation known as Chiron was able to usurp control by segregating the nation from the rest of the world (the great wall) and forming the 5th Polish Republic, further divided into three classes. A-district upper class, B-District working class and C District – slums.

Real player with 29.9 hrs in game

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Anyone that has been into gaming for the past few years clearly knows Observer. As a fantastic dystopian thrilling adventure, the game left us all impressed by its story and aesthetics. There was however, a lot which was left behind, and in that regard Observer: System Redux fulfills every aspect, including in the technical department.

But let’s not get ourselves in the optimization just yet, because first I want to assure everyone that no story-related detail was altered or manipulated. System Redux remasters what was already present. This is obviously good, as the story itself was already top-tier, revealing a world where augmented electronics embed in the human body created an easier but also tougher verdict for citizens.

Real player with 23.9 hrs in game

Observer: System Redux on Steam

PrePaladin Wars

PrePaladin Wars

It was a fun experience. I encountered some small bugs. Sometimes, it felt like enemies die without me hitting them. Also, the game could minimize. I think it is because I have two monitors. However, I did not become bored.

Real player with 0.4 hrs in game

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PrePaladin Wars on Steam



Deathground is a solo and co-op survival horror game that throws players into a desperate battle for survival against deadly AI dinosaurs.

Enter the Deathground with a team of up to 3 players for squad-based action or attempt to survive alone in a solo session.

As players, you form a group of professional hunters and survivalists on a mission to the “Deathground” to retrieve high-value loot.

Squad-based survival horror

With team-based objectives, suspenseful gameplay and constant mortal danger, teamwork and cooperation are essential to survival.

Solo Play

Leave your teammates behind in favour of a solo session. The atmosphere is deeper and the horror intensifies as you attempt to survive alone.

Intense and suspenseful gameplay

Dynamic gameplay enriched with objectives, stealth, combat and teamwork. Players will interact with a range of items and weapons, and have access to a crafting system.

Unpredictable AI Dinosaurs

Dynamic and reactive dinosaurs that hunt you down, influence decision-making and drive a tailored experience.

Special Character Classes

A character class system with special traits, skills and tools mean players must choose how they will work together in order to survive.

Truly terrifying, realistic and diverse environments

Experience pure fear and an anxious atmosphere, that put the player’s survival instincts to the test. We’ll harness the power of Unreal Engine 4 to create realistic and diverse environments.

Replayable Gameplay

AI dinosaurs, weather systems, random spawn and extraction points, and dynamic objectives creates unique and intense gameplay sequences with each playthrough.

Original Soundtrack

An original, haunting music score by BAFTA-nominated composer, David Housden (Thomas was Alone, Volume, Q.U.B.E. 2).

Community Driven Development

The community will have an active role in helping to shape the game experience so together, we can create something incredible. There will be testing during phases of development and there will be an emphasis on player feedback and player design participation.

Deathground on Steam

Impossible Mission Remastered

Impossible Mission Remastered

All I have to say is, I’ve about had enough of slaving away at games and not getting an ending. So I played this over and over, had a few near misses, but I thought it’d be worth continuing for the dubious pleasure of seeing an ancient screen of a defeated, old mad scientist in his control room and then a “Mission Complete” screen with scores. I didn’t even fucking get that. After the control room door opens, the screen makes the blocky, crossfade transition to the “Mission Terminated” screen. Instead of a meagre reward I got a “fuck you” from the guys who did this remaster job. Well fuck you right back.

Real player with 33.9 hrs in game

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EDIT 24/11/2020

The game now works. It is the crappiest port everyone could immagine, I don’t know how someone could have the guts to put this thing on sale. Collision problems, non consistent phisics, the robots have strange patterns, puzzle are off, sounds don’t match with animations, and sometimes the character FLIES over the holes. This is an insult to everyone who loves the original game, to Epyx a to the game itself.

Bought on Day One. Totally unplayable: entering on any rooms it doesen’t show the platforms (see the screenshots) so the player falls off and die in loop.

Real player with 2.8 hrs in game

Impossible Mission Remastered on Steam





Real player with 0.2 hrs in game

OplitisAV on Steam

Low Story

Low Story

Fun platformer with some nice twists - like the red balls you need to rotate around yourself to the doors to open them. It kind of reminded me old school games with modern graphics. I think it was nice to have a camera changing the angle every once in a while. I died a lot but then again I managed to progress as well so I think it has a nice difficulty curve. Overall I think this is a nice platformer with some nice boss fights.

Real player with 5.8 hrs in game

Great job. i love it.

Real player with 5.0 hrs in game

Low Story on Steam



Hacker olma yolunda ilerliyorsanız bu oyun tam size göre. Çok zor şifrelenmiş metinleri çözerek banka hesaplarını hackleyip para kazanabiliyorsunuz ayrıca geceleri gerilim düzeyi artıyor elimizde bir silah var ve ne ile karşılaşacağımızı bilmiyoruz. oldukça diken üstünde oturup bir yandan bilgisayarımızla haşır neşir olabileceğimiz farklı bir oyun.

Real player with 2.9 hrs in game

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Sapper - Defuse The Bomb Simulator

Sapper - Defuse The Bomb Simulator

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This review is written around the start of early access (Version 1.0.2). The game has 3 areas and 19 achievements when I write this. There will be added more later during EA and so the achievement information might be out of date by that time.

Approximate amount of time to 100%: ~3h

Estimated achievement difficulty: 4/10

Real player with 4.7 hrs in game

First for all, i have to say a big thank you to Gaming factory , for the review copy, of sapper to review on my steam curator, gaming factory is another company i have built up a great relationships, so if you like there games be sure to follow my curator , here is my curator if you like what you see please give it a follow, I’m so close to 30 followers it would be a dream goal of mine if we achieved this milestone. so that would be amazing, as a steam curator its my passion, to bring my curator followers, great games , to play and to build up relationships with gaming companies, and give indie game dev/publisher, a voice to share there game if you like my review consider following, let get into the review,

Real player with 3.4 hrs in game

Sapper - Defuse The Bomb Simulator on Steam

Hardwork Simulator

Hardwork Simulator

That didn’t work for me. I got caught and got fired for it. They put a younger, prettier assistant in my place. But I doubt she types as fast as I do. They were the ones who lost

Real player with 3.7 hrs in game

On the one hand, I really want to give the game a thumbs up for a creative and somewhat neat idea for a really cheap price.

On the other hand, though, I really must give it a thumbs down for not offering much at all, even at this price level plus thirty percent off; because in the end, cheap does just not justify bland.

I do enjoy any just semi-rewarding grinding game for a while, but looking at the short time invested here, I had rather counted cars drive by my window - even if the game had been for free. Where the game mechanics in any way challenging or rewarding, it would be a different story. However, it is random key bashing in it’s dullest form.

Real player with 0.9 hrs in game

Hardwork Simulator on Steam