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.

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DreamScript on Steam

Deva|The Haunted Game

Deva|The Haunted Game


What’s better than one shit game for 20$? 4 shit games for 20$! But let’s dig a little deeper and of course spoilers ahead.

First of all the dev advertises this game as a second person view of a horror game and as a “New kind of fear!” but I don’t fully believe the dev understands what second person is. When you play a game you usually have 1st and 3rd viewpoints where you either play as the character in 1st person or you play as someone who is viewing the character (Usually over their shoulder) in 3rd person view. A 2nd person game would be a game where the game is narrated to you and instead of playing a game you would be setting up situations where the game would then tell you the player what happens. Think of a choose your own adventure book or, better yet, an instruction manual where the writer is telling you what happens and what you need to do. A more confusing way to explain it would be saying you are viewing your character from someone else’s 1st person perspective. Anyways I digress, this is just a 3rd person game so let’s continue.

Real player with 2.6 hrs in game

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ok so i kicked started this game that i thought had more potential to it but i was wrong. their was not feeling of being scared at all from this game only played two min of the game to under stand how bad this game turned out to be i would not waste my money on this one

Real player with 0.1 hrs in game

Deva|The Haunted Game on Steam

Crypto: Against All Odds - Tower Defense

Crypto: Against All Odds - Tower Defense

Those who are familiar with the plants versus zombies series will be right at home when playing this game, Crypto manages to capture a frantic, fast paced tower defense that’s even a bit educational. Fingers crossed for any potential dlc or content updates in the future.

Real player with 9.4 hrs in game

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Fun little tower defense game. Does a few things new, does a lot of things well, and scratches the tower defense itch nicely. Story bangs on incomprehensibly but, honestly, you can skip the story and miss nothing. There’s one or two other minor quibbles but, really, for the price you’re getting fantastic value. If you like tower defense games this is a solid entry.

Real player with 8.6 hrs in game

Crypto: Against All Odds - Tower Defense on Steam



Peripeteia is an upcoming first-and-third-person game, mixing shooter, stealth and RPG mechanics. Heavily inspired by immersive sims made by Ion Storm and Looking Glass Studios; Peripeteia expands upon the formula with original ideas and an unexplored setting.

In an alternate history cyberpunk Poland, a young cybernetic supersoldier named Marie must make her way as a Mercenary in a post-Soviet city full of corruption and opportunity; where nations, powerful factions and ideologies clash.

You will be forced to use your wits, tact, and raw violent nature to complete tasks shrouded in conspiracy and mystery. Logic, skill and ruthless cunning will win you the day in an interactive and highly adaptive world. When that fails, a loaded gun and the ability to create your own climbing routes virtually anywhere, will suffice.

Have you found yourself hungering for a sense of survival, accomplishment, and player choice long absent from this dark and belied industry? Then consider joining us in the lights of the Eastern Night with Peripeteia.


- Dave Oshry

Peripeteia on Steam



ATOMINE is a two-stick shooter set in procedurally generated levels with a minimal polygonal look to it.


-Great mechanics and flow. Controls feels smooth and easy to get a hang of.

-Polygonal design style along with use of bright colours and slight minimal feel is aesthically pleasing.

-It is challenging and requires some fast thinking, but it isnot too difficult to progress.

-It has Steam Achievements and trading cards.

-Many, many weapon upgrades which keep the game interesting and refreshing.

Real player with 34.0 hrs in game

This game has some great potential, but unfortunately is full of bugs and is barely playable in its current state. There are several bugs in the actual gameplay, but more frustratingly, in the graphics rendering as well.

Most seriously, when there are too many objects on the screen (particularly many XP pickups or projectiles), the framerate drops through the floor (~5FPS) and movement becomes extremely glitchy. I have been unable to progress beyond the second boss because at some point, inevitably, I will reach a room with too many XP drops or bullets and it will lead to an untimely death.

Real player with 12.6 hrs in game

ATOMINE on Steam

Dark Dealings

Dark Dealings

So i stumbled upon this game whilst browsing through the store and what a find it turned out to be!!! A nice little game with elements of Dopewars, the original gta and even sensible soccer especially when using the top down camera! Even feels and looks a bit like the original south park in 3rd person! Proper little diamond in the rough and i look forward to spending more time on the game and for future developments!!!

Real player with 7.2 hrs in game

To be up front I received the game from the developer for free.

I played the game for about an hour and the bare bones for an open world RPG has been laid out. Everything else still needs to be fleshed out. I think the developer would really benefit from making a free demo available so they could get a lot of feed back. I think this would be beneficial because the developer seems interested in the game being a success.

Keep in mind this game is in early alpha testing. The complete game could be great but in its currents state I don’t think it’s worth buying. I’m going to write out a review below but you can see my gameplay on my YouTube channel, linked below:

Real player with 0.8 hrs in game

Dark Dealings on Steam




-Easy to understand and get into

-Competitive speedgame

-Visuals, amount of stats, in-game leaderboards

-Devs are pretty transparent with their intentions in the discord


-Some levels are poorly designed, like forcing you to slow down to beat them(unless you are a god)

-No in game replays(yet)

-Lack of conclusive anticheat until the devs see fit

Game is overall pretty fun. Has a lot of replay ability if you are a speedrunner. I would recommend it as I know some of the cons are getting changed in the future. Join the discord!

Real player with 51.6 hrs in game

(1.5hrs) I have nowhere near as much time currently as I want to put in, but this game is so fun. It looks similar to Beat Saber with the aesthetics, feels like an aim trainer almost, and is just a satisfying rhythm game. Once you get patterns down it becomes easy and extremely fun. The music is also pretty damn good, the only issue is the FOV is locked at 60.

(~11.5hrs) i am ahead of all my friends on the leaderboard for every level and all of my hours have been trying to do that….

i love it. get this game.

Real player with 16.5 hrs in game

RAYZE 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