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If you have nothing to do in the evening then this game is for you. It has a good plot. And contains light puzzles that do not bother.

Real player with 12.2 hrs in game

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great game, but has a lot of improvement, game can be finished in less than 4 hrs.

Real player with 9.3 hrs in game

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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

Heist Day

Heist Day

Heist Day is an action packed top down shooter game where strategy plays a vital role. You will assume the role of John, an IT engineer who has chosen the life of a criminal. Plan and execute heists with your selected crew, choose your strategy, whether it is stealth or loud. Pick out your loadout carefully and unlock new items and weapons in the skill-menu.

Make your way to the top by any means necessary.

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Heist Day on Steam



I like the idea of the game and the graphics, however, the way to play is too confusing with the game offering the bare minimum of advice for example it will tell you what each item does but it does not explain in what order to use them in or how they affect what your doing. The very first mission I played I had to pretty much guess my way though it the first time I hacked the node it took 3 minutes of real time the second time I restarted my campaign and did it again it took 32min of real time and the game does not tell you what affects it.

Real player with 3.1 hrs in game

Cybermere 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

MAYBE I CAN on Steam

Analogue: A Hate Story

Analogue: A Hate Story

As VNs go I feel really conflicted about Analogue. There were a handful of elements I was really impressed by, but ultimately I don’t recommend it. It’s frustration incarnate; more time invested in it brings the opposite of a sense of reward.

Analogue is a VN showcase of interesting ideas that are never seen through to their full potential. The setting is barebones, any mystery of the events on the lost colony ship doesn’t have any real contrast with the experience of the player’s blank slate agent; indeed throughout the game I felt the real mystery was finding out what was normality outside of the ship.

Real player with 17.6 hrs in game

There’s no doubt that Steam has been flooded, for better or worse, by visual novels as of late.

Now, don’t get me wrong, Indie titles are great, but amidst the endless stream of “waifu”-bait visual novels (VNs) you’ll see here on Steam, I think you’ll be hard-pressed to find many decent stories with an intriguing plot that aren’t about getting in a girl’s pants for an affordable price. That’s par for the course when discussing visual novels, but that’s also why I tend to trust VNs from well-known studios/devs, because at least you know you’ll get plot while playing VNs of acclaim like Clannad, the Grisaia Trilogy, or The Devil on G-String in exchange for their premium price.

Real player with 12.7 hrs in game

Analogue: A Hate Story 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

Freelancer Life Simulator: Prologue

Freelancer Life Simulator: Prologue

Lots of potential, but for now, seems quite repetitive. Also, the way it works with the Hunger bar is so annoying, especially because the shop is a few miles away. Even by car it takes a while but, guess what? Some guy that you own money to takes your car, so it’s even more frustrating.

Real player with 1.6 hrs in game

pull up the programming socks and enjoy

Real player with 1.4 hrs in game

Freelancer Life Simulator: Prologue on Steam

Hack Jump

Hack Jump

I really enjoyed this game!

The design is really simple and clean and the movement makes the level really challenging. The grammar isn’t the best and the scoreboard isn’t working as it should, but since it’s still in the making I don’t think that’s a problem.

All in all I think that this game has great potential and I’m looking forward to upcoming levels.

Real player with 0.7 hrs in game




Real player with 0.4 hrs in game

Hack Jump on Steam



Ease into your chair and prepare yourself for this continuation of the SIMULACRA universe. In this iteration, you will have new advanced tools and a mosaic of widely branching narratives spread across 2 characters that are continually altered by your choices. You will have the choice of playing as a junior detective or a reporter who is recruited by a special department at police headquarters. With only one piece of evidence, you must find the truth of how a young woman & interweb influencer ends up dead on a case that is already closed. Lives and livelihoods are on the line, there is no room for mistakes.

Real player with 11.0 hrs in game

Let me be clear, I really liked the first game. I think it did most things right and while I wasn’t a fan of the jumpscares and it definitely looked like an indie game production wise.

This game is a perfect example of how sometimes, less is more.

Let me start with my biggest pet peeve of this game, and that’s the extreme slowness of it all. The entire plot is not that long, I actually think it might be around the same length as the first game, but it is padded out by how extremely slow it all is. Be it conversations or the extreme amount of stuff you need to click through and scan gets annoying on the second playthrough, if not first.

Real player with 10.5 hrs in game

SIMULACRA 2 on Steam