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

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MAYBE I CAN on Steam

Safe Not Safe

Safe Not Safe

Ever wondered how stealth games of the future will look like?

This is how. Safe Not Safe reinvigorates the genre in several fundamental ways.

Meaningful exploration

Every mission is a completely new procedurally generated level. Explore freely and find your own way to the goal without a pre-designed solution.

Worthy Opponent

Powerful AI controls the whole base and commands robotic security. The AI is adapting to your actions and builds smarter and stronger defences on the fly.

Real Challenge

Rogue-lite elements are challenging but fair. No saves during the missions – success depends only on your plan and the way you combine your skills and gear.

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Control:Override is a puzzle platformer with a unique and mind twisting mechanics that tests your understanding and imagination at each corner, even in its story.

As consumers, lets cut straight to the chase, do you get your money’s worth with the release price of 3 dollars?

Yes, and more - now to the review.


… Is where the game shines, it begins with single mechanics, then it hits the player with a combination of them where every level is memorable.

Real player with 6.0 hrs in game

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Good, unique little puzzle platformer. Controls were frustrating when I was trying to rush through things, but are manageable if you take your time. The rewind system works really well and lets you trial-and-error out solutions. Puzzles are a little on the easy side, but there are a few head-scratchers in there. Definitely worth a play-through!

Real player with 5.6 hrs in game

Control:Override on Steam

Greyhat - A Digital Detective Adventure

Greyhat - A Digital Detective Adventure

This game ties if not usurps The Return of the Obra Dinn as my favorite game of all time. I’ve played hundreds of games on Steam and PS4, nearly all of them critical darlings, of all genres and scopes. Alphabetically in my library, it sits between Gorogoa and Guacamelee, and after this, Sniper Ghost Warrior Contracts 2 is next in my queue.

While not trying to spoil anything, I recommend this game to pretty much anybody without reservation, worth every penny of its asking price - but most especially those that actively seek out games of this genre like Obra Dinn and to a lesser extent like Unheard that tickle the brain a little they way a detective or point-and-click adventure game might. Hell even if you like the Ace Attorney series of games, there’s something in here for you too. Far from perfect and I have my critiques, but to be honest my library is full of these faux hacker puzzle/detective games but none are as creative, polished, or fleshed-out or quite frankly as affecting as Greyhat. The “a-ha” moments here are the most rewarding and feel most earned here and for example chatting and “tunneling” elements are two examples of how the devs going out of their way to nail the feeling of being a clandestine keyboard warrior furiously typing messages or lines of code. Were I to say more I’d worry about revealing spoilers.

Real player with 25.5 hrs in game

My playtime: 19.2h (based on steam, 100% achievement)

Grindy Achievement(s): No.

Optional Achievement(s): Yes (5 achievements).

Difficult Achievement(s): No.


Greyhat - A Digital Detective Adventure is a game where you have to find clues and solve minigames. The game has ~19 levels in total.


  • ~19 levels

  • Minigames

  • Hints

  • Some levels have different solutions when you replay it

  • Collectibles


  • You need to manually type some clues to your notes

Real player with 19.2 hrs in game

Greyhat - A Digital Detective Adventure on Steam

Nothing To Remember

Nothing To Remember

First off, don’t look at the hours on record, I may have left the game open between streams. Overall a decent visual novelish game. The main story events were good, the relationships were mediocre and made me wish I could ban Dick’s number so I could skip that part of the story. There is a critical choice later in the game that isn’t worded correctly and should be fixed, they either meant to add “don’t” at the beginning of the sentence or were was meant to be “weren’t” which I assumed and made that my choice.

Real player with 96.8 hrs in game

Plot is very well written and character development is exquisite. More of a visual novel with major choices. It took me about 20 hours for an ending.

Real player with 40.1 hrs in game

Nothing To Remember on Steam



Deathground is a solo and co-op survival horror game that throws players into a desperate battle for survival against deadly AI dinosaurs.

Enter the Deathground with a team of up to 3 players for squad-based action or attempt to survive alone in a solo session.

As players, you form a group of professional hunters and survivalists on a mission to the “Deathground” to retrieve high-value loot.

Squad-based survival horror

With team-based objectives, suspenseful gameplay and constant mortal danger, teamwork and cooperation are essential to survival.

Solo Play

Leave your teammates behind in favour of a solo session. The atmosphere is deeper and the horror intensifies as you attempt to survive alone.

Intense and suspenseful gameplay

Dynamic gameplay enriched with objectives, stealth, combat and teamwork. Players will interact with a range of items and weapons, and have access to a crafting system.

Unpredictable AI Dinosaurs

Dynamic and reactive dinosaurs that hunt you down, influence decision-making and drive a tailored experience.

Special Character Classes

A character class system with special traits, skills and tools mean players must choose how they will work together in order to survive.

Truly terrifying, realistic and diverse environments

Experience pure fear and an anxious atmosphere, that put the player’s survival instincts to the test. We’ll harness the power of Unreal Engine 4 to create realistic and diverse environments.

Replayable Gameplay

AI dinosaurs, weather systems, random spawn and extraction points, and dynamic objectives creates unique and intense gameplay sequences with each playthrough.

Original Soundtrack

An original, haunting music score by BAFTA-nominated composer, David Housden (Thomas was Alone, Volume, Q.U.B.E. 2).

Community Driven Development

The community will have an active role in helping to shape the game experience so together, we can create something incredible. There will be testing during phases of development and there will be an emphasis on player feedback and player design participation.

Deathground 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

Sorry, James

Sorry, James

Sorry James fails to deliver on its promises of intrigue.

I came across this title on Humble Bundle, and was hooked on the promises of a non-linear mystery to unravel in a work simulation setting. I have found moments in the recent past where I adored this sort of world building (thinking “Orwell: Keeping an Eye on You”). I snatched it up. I am always ready to enjoy an indie experimental narrative. I never expected to come out the other end disappointed. I felt I had become the victim of really good marketing materials, which ended up to feel more intriguing than the actual story itself.

Real player with 28.3 hrs in game

Review of the gameplay - It’s fine. The puzzles are decent, and the difficulty increases at a good rate. Turn off the VX option AS SOON AS YOU START THE GAME. It doesn’t cause any bugs, but it makes reading some of the puzzle tiles difficult. It’s purely a retro aesthetic that isn’t needed. It’s worth the $2.50 for the puzzles I suppose.

I hit “not recommended” for this game based on the story though. Anyone who wants to create a story telling mechanic like this please repeat this mantra while punching yourself in the head “Non-linear storytelling doesn’t mean ‘open for interpretation’.” While I’m sure at least a couple of you are the smug type who already has a comment about “not needing the story spoon fed to me”, I stand by this next point. ‘Open for interpretation’ doesn’t work unless there’s still a satisfying payoff to go with it. This game sets up a few interesting ideas and threads and then leaves you to deal with all of them.

Real player with 16.8 hrs in game

Sorry, James on Steam

Keyword: A Spider’s Thread

Keyword: A Spider’s Thread

Best detective/difficult puzzle solving game of 2021, hands down.

Average playtime for Normal Ending is 3-7 hours depending on how fast you will catch up with the main mechanics of solving puzzles in this game.

Game features a big plot reveal near the end which gamers generally call getting “mind-blown” similarly like in Zero Escape, Danganronpa, AI: Somnium Files, Phoenix Wright games. During playthrough, expect to get some chills down your spine as it won’t be a happy story that’s for sure.

Needless to say, I am also impressed by high quality textures around the main gameplay area (that’s basically going to be your entire playground) and when you zoom in around literally in most corners of your vision in the city. You can peep anywhere and visuals aren’t compromised.

Real player with 11.7 hrs in game

Good story with mystery, suspense, exploration and light hacking; it has some fresh features but don’t expect anything groundbreaking. You are in your house for the majority of the game (about 3 hours, don’t mind my play time it was because of a bug) and most of that time is spent on your computer, so reconsider if you don’t enjoy games that take place in a single setting. My review is more neutral than a positive, mainly due to the bugs that affected the gameplay it oftentimes felt like I was playing an unpolished game in early access. I’d recommend this game on the terms of waiting for the bugs to get fixed and a good sale.

Real player with 7.6 hrs in game

Keyword: A Spider's Thread on Steam

Beyond a Steel Sky

Beyond a Steel Sky


Review by Gaming Masterpieces - The greatest games of all time on Steam.


Is this game a masterpiece? Well, the original Beneath A Steel Sky from 1994 is considered to be one of the best classic point and click adventures ever made by many of its fans. A dystopian story of an outsider abducted into a city state who in the end overthrows the evil mastermind running the city. I loved the beginning of the game, but was a bit disappointed by the ridicoulously incompetent security forces of the city, who were unable to stop me from moving around the city and finally destrying the ruling AI, although the ending somehow hinted at why they may have been so misguided in a city ruled by technology. Anyway, this is the sequel to that game, made 25 years later. The technology used by the game has changed completely, from the classic 2D view to a (third person) 3D game. Well, most adventures that switched from 2D to 3D were (more or less) failures, like Simon 3D, Gabriel Knight 3, King’s Quest 8, Broken Sword 4, or Syberia 3… will this game be a worthy sequel?

Real player with 31.6 hrs in game

Beyond a Steel Sky is the sequel to the 26 year old point ‘n click adventure, Beneath a Steel Sky. I play through the original about once every year or two, it’s one of my favorite point and click adventures, going back to when it was originally released in the mid 90s. If you haven’t played the original you will certainly miss quite a bit of what makes the sequel enjoyable, so do yourself a favor and play the first one. It’s free and its a blast.

Alright, enough about the original. First, I’ll go over the stuff I don’t like about Beyond a Steel Sky.

Real player with 23.7 hrs in game

Beyond a Steel Sky on Steam