Monster Logic

Monster Logic

One of the best programming games I’ve played. Lots of levels and a variety of interesting ways to solve each one.. Competitive leaderboards, the top score in some of these puzzle are already pretty crazy. You are going to have to be super creative in order to match them. There are three categories for the leaderboards and your best score in each category for the puzzle is automatically saved. (Zachtrnoics take note please)

I have played almost every programming game on steam and this is probably my second favorite. With my favorite being EXAPUNKS

Real player with 86.9 hrs in game

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First off, I was a beta tester and received the game for free.

It might be scary for those who are not particularly into programming to look at the store page and see stuff like “Based on esoteric programming languages Befunge and Trefunge”. It could make you think this game is “too niche” and not for you.

Now, I don’t know whether you’ll actually like it or not, but let me tell you this: I had never even heard of Befunge or Trefunge before playing this, and I’m not a programming enthusiast or anything. I just looked at it as a fun puzzle game with cute monsters and animations and tried to solve the levels as best I could using good old logic.

Real player with 54.5 hrs in game

Monster Logic on Steam



At first glance Beglitched looks like a simple match-3 game with colorful visuals and cutesy sprites, when in fact, is so much more than that.

Beglitched is a puzzle game where you play as the “stranger” who found the “Glitch Witch’s” Laptop from a super sekrit hiding place. Congrats. Now you start your adventure by taking the place of the Glitch Witch to bomb hackers, fix forums, run away from dogs and deliver cat pictures, all while learning the secrets of the Glitch Witch in the process.

The “how to play the game” is simple.

Real player with 12.7 hrs in game

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When I saw a friend playing this game, I asked him how it was (it was already on my wishlist). I guess he liked it enough and thought that I’d like it too that he gifted me a copy out of the blue! So, true story, that’s how I got this game for “free”. On with the review…

I did end up liking this game, which plays like a cross between a match-three game and Minesweeper. Clearing tiles earns you additional turns, money, bomb upgrades, etc., while activating certain ones helps you narrow down where your enemy is and ultimately light a bomb under their feet. Every time your turn ends, or you somehow click on the tile where the enemy is hiding (and it isn’t a bomb tile), you take damage. Keeping a healthy balance between lengthening your turns, collecting money, and attacking the enemy takes a little getting used to– plus its easy to forget to use items, as they’re in a menu that’s tucked away– but it’s a great puzzle game system, and a good amount of fun.

Real player with 11.3 hrs in game

Beglitched on Steam

Tusker’s Number Adventure [Malware Detected]

Tusker’s Number Adventure [Malware Detected]

This game was silly, but I can say I honestly had fun and laughs.

I only wanted it so badly because it reminds me of Pony Island (one of my favourite games). I can tell you it has similar qualities but it’s not as good sadly. There’s stuff to do but I felt like there wasn’t as much as I expected and not as many hard parts that stump you or have you second guessing yourself.

Overall good to kill some time with.

Real player with 4.3 hrs in game

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Fun game now I know how to count to 10 if only this game teach me to count to 20. but for real this is a ok game. It a Interesting idea that need to be worked on a little bit more. I give it a 6/10

Real player with 2.0 hrs in game

Tusker's Number Adventure [Malware Detected] on Steam

Algotica Iterations

Algotica Iterations

2.5D logic puzzler with a bit of adventure thrown in. Vivid, colourful graphics and engaging gameplay but spoiled by sloppy execution.

You play as a little robot (I think there are 3 of them but if so they all look the same). You have to plan a route for him along catwalks to hit nodes and reach the exits. You do this by setting a series of actions (forward, backward, turn-left/right, activate, jump, attack…) and then running the program to set him in motion. You keep modifying the program until you get it right, so more often than not you’re running the program over and over, adding new steps to get further each time. You have a limited number of ‘memory cells’ (steps) to reach the exit and I vagely remember something about the less steps the better.

Real player with 9.9 hrs in game

Despite nice looks, I won’t recommend this game… At least for now. It certainly has a potential, but the execution is quite poor and raw. There are quite a few bugs in the game, which sometimes are irritating and make you restart the level, but nevertheless they aren’t crucial (as in you can still progress through game, because those bugs occur only occasionally). Besides all the bugs, my laptop cooler starts spinning like crazy whenever I run the game. Putting that aside, I wouldn’t say that the UI is that well-thought-out either. By that I mean, for example, that to exit the game, you need to first exit the level, then exit “the room”, and only after that, after you OPEN SETTINGS, you can quit the game. Not the most rational way to do it in my opinion. Another issue is, if for some reason I am to write all the robot’s actions one by one, they all don’t fit in the zone where you have all your commands pinned down! And there is no option in this scenario to scroll down to see what you have in the end of your program! And there’s many, many more of such mistakes.

Real player with 7.7 hrs in game

Algotica Iterations on Steam



I am so close to liking this game, but as it stands currently I wouldn’t recommend it. The rough edges detract enough from the experience that a good chunk of my 2 hour complete playthrough ended up being annoying.


The core mechanic of the game is actually better than I expected, and there’s a lot of interesting variation that could’ve been done with it. That said, the chosen variations aren’t that interesting, or don’t live up to their potential. The move counter seems like something that would be important, but it’s actually totally ignorable for the entire game. I wasn’t even close to losing on turns once, and even racked up 200+ turns sometimes. It’s possible I just accidentally over leveled, but I wasn’t trying to in particular, and I ended the game at 16 when there’s an achievement for 15, so I think that’s just how it’s balanced. It becomes a game of mashing out anything valid as fast as you can, because there’s no incentive to be turn efficient besides the time extra key presses take.

Real player with 2.0 hrs in game

Chained on Steam

Lilith Odyssey

Lilith Odyssey

I’ve been having a harder time enjoying new games… something interesting will come out and it will pique my interest, only to realize it’s not what I had imagined. Although I have been getting more and more of these Hentai games, but am I at fault for thinking the gameplay would be on par with the graphics and art work? Not in this game, it might not have cat girls or dominating succubi, but this game has a lot more. How much more? A whole galaxy. And by the way, these questions are rhetorical for the sake of this writing prompt of a review, if I ask a question I’m probably asking that to myself while writing and don’t expect anyone to message me with the answer to the question I provided.

Real player with 30.1 hrs in game

Lilith Odyssey is a bold undertaking for a small indie dev team but the concept is well executed although not without some expected bugs (that from what I can tell the dev team is actively working through).

The game play is a mix between the Oregon Trail (get to your destination), flight sim, open world exploration/adventure, with a Fallout/GTA esque radio station thrown in for kicks. Ultimately this is a risk and resource management game where you gather resources to (safely) get from your starting home world to Lilith.

Real player with 10.6 hrs in game

Lilith Odyssey on Steam



You play as Dusty, a robot vacuum that gains sentience after fighting off burglars during a break-in. Your family is brutally attacked by the FamilyCorp warranty squad and in the battle you’re thrown into the living room TV. On the brink of robodeath, your consciousness enters “the TV dimension” to gain the abilities you need to rise from the ashes and rescue your family.

Eat Their Blood

Do your duties as a vacuum cleaner and clean up the mess

Devastating Powers

Consume the blood of your enemies to unleash devastating powers.


As a robot vacuum cleaner, use your low profile to hide under furniture and avoid detection.


Hack smart devices, turn them into deadly traps


Use the environment as your weapon, suck up objects to shoot at your enemies

Furry Friends

Meet powerful allies


Playerless: One Button Adventure

Playerless: One Button Adventure

Discover Playerless, the game set in another game. Your character has become self-aware, you can only use one button to play, the AI has formed a sect - and the game engine is a physical mechanism. It’ll be fun!

How many games can you play at once?

1, if you’re a normal person.

604, if you’re a chess grandmaster.

2, if you’re playing Playerless.

So we were making this game about ghost-hunting, but the AI kinda got out of control - now two plots intertwine to form the big picture. On a scale of not broken to broken, the game is ridiculously broken. Could you please help us clean up the mess?

How many buttons do you have?

104, if you’re using a keyboard.

120, if your keyboard is an accordion. One-tap control


1, if you’re playing Playerless.

All you need to do is press buttons on a keyboard! Oh, actually, press one button. The others are sort of… temporarily out of order. So that the puzzles are more challenging.

Can self-awareness appear all by itself?

No, say the religious.

Probably, say the scientists.

Hi, say the Playerless.

Join the debug unit on a unique puzzle adventure where you get to shape the characters - and the characters get to shape you. Satisfaction (and abstract philosophical thoughts on the nature of existence) guaranteed. Bringing up AI was never this fun before!

Playerless: One Button Adventure on Steam



Solve puzzles by reprogramming your environment!

DreamScript provides completely new and immersive way to learn programming concepts.

You will be able to take control of the game logic and change the rules of the game.

Increase your speed and scale, modify object properties, create bugs, spawn stuff - use your creativity!

DreamScript is an easy and fun way to start your journey to become a programmer.

Game is designed for puzzle game fans and anyone interested about programming.

DreamScript on Steam

Watch_Dogs® 2

Watch_Dogs® 2

















Real player with 360.9 hrs in game

Great game but has a really short (also a good one) story if you skip most part of the secondary activities.

I really enjoyed the graphics and travelling around San Francisco while having some very good memories from San Fierro’s times of GTA San Andreas.

80% off at the moment of this review so GO GET THIS GAME!

Real player with 85.8 hrs in game

Watch_Dogs® 2 on Steam