Replica tries to mix its serious statements about totalitarian government, the balance of personal privacy versus national security, and omniprescent data tracking with fart jokes and sicc references to various indie games and The Matrix. The tonal whiplash is enormous and the weak writing does not help. Seriously, your Orwellian jailor cannot be more blatantly reprehensible. To say the least, while the topics of this game continue to be relevant to modern society, and the core messages this game tries to impart are certainly reasonable, everything said here has been said better elsewhere.

Real player with 8.4 hrs in game

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Replica is a very simplistic graphics novel game. It has charming pixel art and some interesting concepts. The game is pretty short and interesting. You’re going through someone’s phone who is a suspect in a terrorist attack and you must decode the phone’s passwords and gather clues and send them to “homeland security”.


The game has very simplistic pixel art where all you see is a hand holding a phone and the screen of the phone is your gameplay area. The background is black and white. This makes a very unique graphical experience and in my opinion it was quite nice looking. The game is locked at 60 FPS. It doesn’t really matter in this type of game but there were no frame drops.

Real player with 8.3 hrs in game

Replica 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.

Read More: Best Hacking Top-Down Games.

Heist Day on Steam

Pony Island

Pony Island

I bought this game for my daughter, now she refuses to go near any computer because the devil is inside it. Guess she doesn’t like ponies

Real player with 7.7 hrs in game

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I’m sure you have not experienced anything like this.

666 ponies /10.

Real player with 7.5 hrs in game

Pony Island on Steam



Code.Breaker() is a cyberpunk visual novel about technology, crime, and trying to survive in a world ruled by corporations.


2083, Free City-State of Seattle. Augmentations are commonplace, most people at least having a brain-computer interface chipped in. Sentient Androids live amongst the population, together with genetically modified humans and cybernetically enhanced people.

The corporations fight with other corporations over their bottom line, both figuratively and literally, making it a hotspot for so-called “Ronin”. These “Ronin” are modern-day mercenaries doing the dirty work for anyone who can pay them, most of the time corporations.


You take the role of a hacker working for Akiyama CyberTech as a “Network Security Expert”. Your job is to keep the Seattle branch office safe from outside intrusion and the network security of the building in shape. It’s a mostly ceremonial position to fulfill legally required human quotas, which you only got through nepotism.

In truth you were born without citizenship in the slums of Redmond and honed your skills in the underground hacking scene.

One day, you get an email from an anonymous sender who knows your secret, threatening the life you’ve built up.

Now it’s up to you to take back control!


  • Talk to colleagues and make decisions that matter

  • Point and click on background items to get more information about your environment

  • Hack into systems by quickly solving puzzles

  • Play through a thrilling office story where you defend yourself from the shadows of your past

Code.Breaker() on Steam



TL;DR (good deal of gameplay from free demo): Mainlining is a fun adventure game with a clever and unique twist where you hack computers, websites, and other devices to mine information on the different cases presented to you. The game doesn’t hold your hand, so the cases can present a fun little challenge beyond the first tutorial. Highly recommended! If you want to see a playthrough of the first (tutorial) case, check out this video (Demo version):

Real player with 12.6 hrs in game

Neutral Recommendation: Only Pick Up At A Discount

  • Gameplay: Interfacing with the game is fairly straightforward. You’re using a simulation of a computer desktop. The main complaint is that you can only backspace to make changes to text in the Notepad program. You cannot edit the text freely, so if you want to make a change to something at the top of the file, you’d have to erase everything and start over. Luckily, you’ll find that program is mostly useless.

The lame thing is that, for most cases, you can only turn in one-piece of evidence linking the person to the crime, although there may be several in reality. Also, you have to pick the right location for the person, so even if you have the evidence correct, if you don’t choose the right location, it somehow ends up as a False Arrest. It doesn’t really make any sense that you could have sufficient evidence, but a person is Falsely Accused because they were in a different location than you originally thought they were (i.e. at work instead of at home.) That’s just dumb…

Real player with 9.1 hrs in game

Mainlining on Steam



_Do you remember what they say when someone dies here?

They “go home”.

They reunite with their loved ones in their warm home, in the hereafter…

Like Mom and Dad now. I miss them. I miss our warm home.

But I don’t want both of us to die to get there.

At least this time, I want a warm family night.

Not just a bunch of cold money in the morning.

Can you do this, Brother? Just once?_


Rendezvous is a 2.5D Cyber-Noir pixel art action-puzzle adventure game where you follow Setyo, an ex-agent living a quiet life only to find his sister, fraught with danger in the city of Neo-Surabaya.

The game is actively in-development. Some gameplay, features, and elements may not work as expected and will be subject to change in the future.



A stunning combination of 2D hand-drawn pixel art with modern effects such as dynamic lighting and bloom brings depth and life to the world.


Use multiple paths to collect items that could help you closer to your goal or even secrets!


Gather clues and use everything you know to solve the puzzles that stand in your way.

Stealth and Combat

You can sneak around the enemies or directly confront them with weapons you find.

Rendezvous 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

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



This game is very addicting and refreshing to play. I have never seen a puzzle game like this before and it has been done well here. On top of that, the hacker’s dialogue keeps things interesting and gives the entire game and puzzles a backstory. The puzzles are challenging and make you hate yourself after doing the same move after 10 times of trying it. Would love to see what else this developer releases.

Real player with 0.8 hrs in game


Real player with 0.6 hrs in game

Cyber-Ante on Steam

Leak Elite

Leak Elite

I will play more soon but I said I would check out the game after I finished my exams and I stuck to it. I really enjoy it. Thank you very much for making this game it is really good. It is definitely worth the money. Also thanks the the untrusted avatar :).

Real player with 0.2 hrs in game

Leak Elite on Steam

Atomic Butcher: Homo Metabolicus

Atomic Butcher: Homo Metabolicus

Disgusting. I absolutely love it so far.

For reals though, I’d definitely recommend this game if not just for how vile and gross it is. Puking, peeing, and crapping on enemies is incredibly fun! Definitely not a platformer for children!

Real player with 19.4 hrs in game

Fantastic jump and pee game. Well balanced gameplay with the opportunity for awesome superruns. If you manage the double jump and slide move right you can super fast travel the level architecture. Scorefreaks will freak out too (combomoves possible), The soundtrack is also brilliant (metal and some 80ies italian horroflicklike musicstyle (john carpenter score).

The graphics remind me of some 90ies amiga games.

Gory like doom and disgusting like boogerman.

I have battlefield 1 and titanfall 2 on my hdd but i prefer to play another short round of atomic butcher. ;)

Real player with 12.0 hrs in game

Atomic Butcher: Homo Metabolicus on Steam