Deadeye Deepfake Simulacrum

Deadeye Deepfake Simulacrum

D E A D E Y E (╬ Ò﹏Ó)

Indulge in visceral, deadly gunplay where every mistake could be your last. Hack cameras, turrets, people, even individual bullets!!!ヽ(°〇°)ノ Slow time to a crawl. Fade from view. Rip your mind asunder. Project your ego and “befriend” every intelligent thing that surrounds you. Your abilities include, but are not limited to: everything.

D E E P F A K E (˵◡_◡˵)

Deep gameplay, deep writing, ALL style, NO substance. High concept, low fidelity. Relish in an original soundtrack of sumptuous lo-fi hip hop beats as you subvert and dominate your enemies. Build relationships with with a cast of colorful characters. Make game changing decisions as you piece together the mystery of your shadowy corporate benefactors.

S I M U L A C R U M (✿◕‿◕)

Customize the ultimate agent with more than 2^64 pieces of lovingly, caringly, procedurally generated equipment. Refine your agent’s specialties and weaknesses through activatable abilities and passive but impactful perks. Conquer dozens of hand-crafted artisanal missions (and endless generated side content) designed to produce emergent gameplay and accommodate any playstyle.

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Deadeye Deepfake Simulacrum on Steam

Eves Drop

Eves Drop


_New Year’s Eve, 1999.

You are the head of an elite underground hacking ring, Project EVE.

Your goal: Stopping the world’s largest surveillance corporation, Big Brother, from turning into a deep-state puppet master.

You’ve spent months setting up this operation.

Tonight, at midnight, you’ll have your chance._

Physics based destruction - Launch data nodes and cybersecurity to crash them in a blaze of cyber explosions.

Upgrade your system on the fly - Crash special nodes to unlock unique powerups, anything from giant drills to bullet time.

Breach their protocols and corrupt their mainframe - Break through a series of gates to gain access to their mainframe, then find a way to destroy it.

Short and sweet runs - Random generation ensures no two runs are the same, and each one takes no more than 5 minutes to complete.

Old school techno soundtrack

Playable with 1 hand

This game is inspired by the over the top hacking sequences in movies like Hackers and Johnny Mnemonic.

You will NOT be solving puzzles

You WILL be using physics to destroy data nodes and cybersecurity, and flying around cyberspace at rapid speeds.

Made by Drew Dunaj & Jacob Mercer-Pontier

Art by Kyle Templeton

Music by Rupert Cole

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Eves Drop on Steam



RunOut is a dynamic runner-platformer with logical riddles in the setting of the future. Midcore-Hardcore.

As a result of a hacker attack on the servers of the corporation ‘MFS’, which produces exoskeletons, most of the carriers of exoskeletons were killed. In addition to crashing, some exoskeletons have certain options: shooting, time freeze and acceleration … All this makes us a valuable target not only for policemen, but also for criminals.

The player always runs, when he collides with any obstacle, he turns in the opposite direction. He has to jump, shoot, speed up, slow down time and solve logic riddles that will allow him to pass the level. Find the culprit of all this chaos and save the world.

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RUNOUT on Steam



I’ve been looking forward to this game since I got my hands on a super early version at Day of the Devs 2018. The game has come a long way since then, and has turned into a beautifully crafted world with a story that you must piece together by finding memories throughout the game areas.

If you played the demo of the game, you got a single short level where you were able to power up real quickly. The final version spreads out the powering up over the course of the entire game, making it feel like a true metroidvania. You’ll pick up powers such as double jumps, dashes, and hacking abilities that let you manipulate certain things within the game. There are also a total of 5 different weapons to find. I finished the game in about 9 hours of play time.

Real player with 16.8 hrs in game

Really went into this game wanting to like it and I’m mixed.

-The Demo-

I played the demo since I love neon and synthetic world kinds of aesthetics (Tron, Fract OSC, Heavy Bullets, Reboot, ect). It just has a cool world look/tone and feel. I’m for it.

Real good conveyance for where to go and what to do, and the ability progression was so well paced and rewarding.

Great demo, I was excited for this game ever since.

-The Game-

Playing this game still has a cool look/tone and feel. I really like the main character’s flashes of light, the particle effects and jitter. The world is a particle effects display that is so enjoyable.

Real player with 9.0 hrs in game

Recompile on Steam

Waves 2: Notorious

Waves 2: Notorious

This game, even as early access is one of the best shooters I’ve ever played. (I’m not young been gaming for 30 years.)

Without doubt anyone who liked Waves original will love this game. It’s just better in every way. The same goes for Geometry wars fans, I love that series (Geometry wars 3 was best IMHO) but Waves 2 equals that. It really is that good.

The game play itself is fast, frantic, addictive and looks better than most games of this genre.

The menus are somewhat confusing at first, but this is offset by the great game play. Arcade is easy to jump into, but other than that the menus are not really intuitive. May seem like a small thing, and the game is still early access so once it’s easy to understand all the options it will be much more beginner friendly.

Real player with 569.8 hrs in game

This is one of those games for twitch/adrenaline junkies - of which I am NOT one - that will ensnare regular scrubs with its addictive nature. It’s fast and furious, and currently all about the season leaderboards. A short game only lasts a few minutes long, but if you’re skilled, you can rack up the score and dominate people who play for longer periods of time.

I love this app, but be warned: it’s been in development for a few years. The Developer is active in the forums, and he/she responds to the community frequently. Parts of the game have changed SIGNIFICANTLY since it got the green light from Steam. The bottom-line is that this is already a lot of fun, but it’s not finished, and could change again.

Real player with 80.8 hrs in game

Waves 2: Notorious on Steam

Agent 64: Spies Never Die

Agent 64: Spies Never Die

A retro FPS inspired by classic 90s console shooters. Explore new locales, accomplish varied objectives and fight against state-of-the-art 1997 enemy AI. A work of love by a dedicated fan.

The Agency is sending you on missions all around the world, in order to save it!

Each story mission is a self contained environment where you have to accomplish varied objectives, such as hacking terminals, steal secret plans, free civilian hostages and much more. All the while fighting armed guards in epic shootouts.

Be Agent number 64, the most elite operative the world has ever seen!

Agent 64: Spies Never Die on Steam