Thief Shop

Thief Shop

Thief Shop is a 4-player party game made by students. Players act as merchants and thieves who steal each other’s goods in a chaotic marketplace.

Choose which thieving vendor to play, and try to be the one with the most coins at the end of the game!

You have to collect resources that appear periodically in the center of the market, carry them to your shop and sell them to the customers.

But beware! All the while, the other players can directly steal the stuff you stored in your shop, so keep their paws off your goods!

Have fun, play fair (or don’t), and may the best of you thieves win!

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Thief Shop on Steam

Ninja Kunoichi

Ninja Kunoichi

This is an exciting “NINJA” action game with a 16-bit taste!

←↑→↓: move

X: ATTACK(keyboard “A”)

Y: shuriken   (keyboard “S”)   

B: Fire Shuriken(keyboard “W”)

A:genki dama (keyboard “D”)

●We recommend the Special Ninja Pack!●

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Ninja Kunoichi on Steam

Monaco: What’s Yours Is Mine

Monaco: What’s Yours Is Mine

Imagine if old GTA games, Chip’s Challenge, and Oceans 11 all stumbled into a blender owned by a Lego man.

Boy what a mess that would be. Thankfully, Monaco is ‘not’ a mess, but rather, a stealth heist game in which you and up to three other thieves band together to plunder the money of a variety of facilities in and around Monte Carlo, everything ranging from Casinos to Hospitals to High Security Prisons, being represented.

The game’s two virtues are its deceptive level of gameplay depth, and its humorous design aesthetic. It’s the personality hidden behind the neon pixels that at first attracts one to this game–the perplexingly simple yet expressive character designs go along with the frantic piano ragtime and silly french NPC voices, to be extremely memorable. You’ll laugh as your little colorful lego thief pees in a toilet, wiggles their hands to hack a PC hollywood style, or hugs a wall and takes deep, ragged breaths after being shot–to the accompaniment of bloodied footprints left in their step. And as your little Mr. Pink dies from that one guard who peaks just inside your hiding place to bop you with a wrench, they explode into a neon pink colored skeleton, and the music thuds to an abrupt halt–only for the music to pick up again where it left off, once your fellow criminals put your guts back in (to the sound of hilarious squishing noises).

Real player with 2575.5 hrs in game

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Probably one of the best co-op (local or online) games out there. The stealth mechanics manage to fit well with the generally arcadey feel, as the guards aren’t super perceptive, so they can be avoided if you’re careful (and sometimes if you aren’t!). Stealth playthroughs, especially in singleplayer, are satisfying and tense. However, Monaco is just as fun when you don’t try to be stealthy, as you can get into crazy and action-filled situations as you’re forced to escape oncoming guards after you trip an alarm or get caught. The AI can be punishing, though, and some enemies, such as shotgun toting Gendarme, are not to be taken lightly. Multiplayer tends to lean towards the more wild approach unless you’re working in a two-man crew or everyone is trying to stay on the down-low. You’re given the pick of (once you unlock all of them) eight thieves, each with their own unique abilities, all of which are useful. This is another reason why the game shines in multiplayer, because each thief can tackle different situations that others would have trouble with. There’s also a good number of equipments which provide the player with some tool that can get help them get the job done, like smoke bombs, shotguns, C4, and EMPs. Monaco has a ton of standard campaign levels with unique settings and good variety, and there’s also hundreds of user-made levels, some of which are almost as good as the standard ones. The level editor itself is fairly easy to use once you understand the basics, and there are a couple of really extensive guides on the community page which can help get you started. It’s also got a sweet noir style piano soundtrack by Austin Wintory, the guy who made the Journey soundtrack.

Real player with 761.7 hrs in game

Monaco: What's Yours Is Mine on Steam

Kane and Lynch: Dead Men™

Kane and Lynch: Dead Men™

Played this and Dog Days back when they originally released on XBox 360, starting in 2007. This is a fantastic couch co-op and a fun single player experience too! I don’t understand the criticism levied at these games, as 7/10 isn’t a terrible score; it is slightly above average. People, I am assuming post 2000 birthday “havers”, are the ones I see doing this.

1. The cover system is janky, it does it automatically. Guess what?! This was a cool mechanic at the time and pushed the envelope.

2. The story is almost so violent it is comical. Not true, it is gritty and this story was well written and I would watch a movie of it….OH WAIT, we all have!! John Wick. Think about the story, and even GTAV with Michael and Trevor’s relationship. They broke ground in this game.

Real player with 24.4 hrs in game

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TL;DR: Kane & Lynch: Dead Men is a cover-based Shooter in a mostly urban setting.

The story follows the ex-mercenary Kane, who wants to save his family from death, which technically isn’t anything you haven’t seen a million times before, although the narrative shows a fair share of potential.

Sadly, it is presented so badly that it has no way of really telling the player anything.

The game mechanics work (not great, but they work), but fail to bring anything new or exciting to the table. Standard cover-shooter stuff.

Real player with 10.4 hrs in game

Kane and Lynch: Dead Men™ on Steam

Mumbai Gullies

Mumbai Gullies

Mumbai Gullies is inspired by the amazing contrast of life in Mumbai city. A city where the landscape changes every few meters. At one glance you could see towering skyscrapers and on the other you see miles long slums. This is a city where life is more than what meets the eye.

Mumbai, the city of dreams has a lot to offer. It’s the city that never sleeps and is packed with action 24x7. With Mumbai Gullies you will get to experience this city in all it’s glory and prime while exploring 3 different eras of gameplay and an action packed storyline as well as an open world to explore every nook and corner of Mumbai city.

Mumbai Gullies on Steam

Village Fest: Digging

Village Fest: Digging

Village Fest™: Digging is competitive (PvP) casual-action game set in medieval period.

Dig as much as you can gold and bring them to the collector before time runs out or someone steals it.

Key features

  • multiple play styles (dig, loot, steal or mix any of those)

  • defend your gold

  • variety of potions that provide power-up to player (shield, speed, strength)

  • up to 4 players (local and online multiplayer)

  • variety of maps to choose from (green plains, quarry, hills…)

  • procedurally generated props on map

Ways to play


Collect gold by digging specific spots. You have chance to find golden bar here which has much greater value than coins. Downside is that it can take a while until is found, or you may be in luck to find it quickly. You never know!


Smash props (chests, barrels…) to find gold. You may find potions as well. Pretty easy to get, but not very rewarding.


Track players with lot of carrying gold or wait until someone finds golden bar. Then reach them before they manage to bring gold to collector and take it for yourself.

Village Fest: Digging on Steam

Reina and Jericho

Reina and Jericho

Caught unprepared and unarmed, Reina must find a way to rescue a prisoner and break out of the underground fortress they are both trapped within. Carrying a powerful artifact she didn’t know existed, she must master its abilities and defeat the evil tyrant standing before her freedom before it’s too late.

Find powerful artifacts through exploration or by defeating adversaries. Travel back through time to previously impassable obstacles and overcome them with the knowledge and abilities Reina has acquired. Create the perfect chain of cause and effect. Find a Way.

  • Explore multiple environments, time-travel, and the impact different choices have on the future

  • Solve time-bending puzzles that rely on the player’s ability to manipulate cause and effect

  • Fast-paced melee combat that allows for expressive play by combining Reina’s diverse combat abilities

  • Exciting platforming action

  • A touching story about love, loss, and finding the strength to push forward

  • Player-influenced story developments, a built-in randomizer, and speedrun mode provide endless replayability

  • Original piano-driven soundtrack with acoustic and synthetic instruments

Reina and Jericho on Steam

Kane & Lynch 2: Dog Days

Kane & Lynch 2: Dog Days

Kane & Lynch 2: Dog Days - A misunderstood masterpiece

Dog Days, Follows the perspective of self medicated, schizophrenic, psychopath James Seth Lynch (or Lynch for short) and ex-mercenary Adam Kane Marcus (or Kane for short) and their attempt at a ‘Last Job’ so they can finally settle down and get out of the game for good. Lynch has been working for a criminal businessman who goes by the name Glazer, since the events of the previous game. Glazer has a big arms deal planned that will pay enough to put Lynch into retirement. To aid the deal Lynch calls Kane knowing his expertise will more than help if things go south.

Real player with 176.2 hrs in game




One or two player FPS. Violent adult themes. Great crime-based setting. Brutal story. Graphically visceral, lots of blood and gore. Satisfying gameplay but very taxing on hardest difficulty. Fun multiplayer but low player-base. MP modes require a minimum number of players.

ACHIEVEMENTS: A mixed bag. Story ones cant be missed. Some require MP play.


WHEN TO BUY: ON SALE. DLC rarely on sale.

Real player with 109.9 hrs in game

Kane & Lynch 2: Dog Days on Steam

LEGO® Marvel Super Heroes 2

LEGO® Marvel Super Heroes 2

Warning: Ignore ALL troll reviews that will downvote this game just because it’s missing X-Men and Fantastic 4. If you’re going to read a review, it should be from someone who isn’t stuck on the characters that are missing but the quality of content and the actual experience the game provides.

How many hours does my hard-earned cash get me?

If you played the first game, you probably know that it easily gave you 40-100 hours worth of stuff to do. I’m happy to say that this game goves you 120-200 hours worth of stuff if you want to 100% the game. The game basically has twice the content of the first game.

Real player with 97.5 hrs in game

Not quite Secret Wars, but this’ll do

This is a fine entry in the long running series of Lego games which serve dual purposes. On one hand, the Lego games are easy pick up and play action games that can really be enjoyed by any age, from little kids to grown ups. On the other hand, the main franchise from Traveler’s Tales also serves as fanfare for a number of intellectual properties, ranging from DC comics to Jurassic Park to Star Wars, and more. And of course, Marvel comics.

This entry is stacked. With a roster of over 230 characters in the base game to unlock, and an additional 60+ characters with the DLC added, there is bound to be some superheroes and villains in this game that might pique even the most jaded Marvel fanboys interest.

Real player with 76.5 hrs in game

LEGO® Marvel Super Heroes 2 on Steam

Troll and I™

Troll and I™

Before this game, I had nothing. My family threw me out on the cold, summer streets of Chicago. All I had was $5 in Walmart gift cards (yes, multiple) and my desktop PC in hand. Although this game cost more than $5 and this is not Walmart, I somehow managed to acquire a copy. That’s when my life changed for better or for worse. When you’ve hit the lowest point, there is nowhere to go, but up. Troll & I was my, “up”. This game is an emotional journey from start to finish. The relationship between the player and the troll is reminiscent of the brilliant character development and relationship displayed in Michael Bay’s Transformers™ franchise between Optimus Prime and whoever the hell Shia LaBeouf played. Never before has a form of media touched my heart like this game has. Thanks to this game, I cleaned up my act, my family took me back and my wife forgave me for whatever I did. I’m still not really sure, she gets pretty irrational when she’s angry, I’m not gonna lie. If you were hesitant to buy this game, because of the low reviews, do it anyway. For your $30, more or less depending on the seasonal sales, you will gain a deeper understand of yourself, those you care about and trolls. You’ll laugh, you’ll cry, you may or may not experience minor gastrointestinal discomfort. Troll & I is truly the perfect video game. If you’re a fan of Super Mario 64, Dark Souls and/or Jimmy Neutron Attack of the Twonkies for GameCube (I haven’t, played the other versions, but I really enjoyed that one. I also hear the version on GameBoy Advance was pretty good.) you will love Troll & I. 5/5 Stars. HIGHLY recommend!

Real player with 499.5 hrs in game

Troll and I has a bit of a reception for being a notoriously bad game, and while it is indeed a game, I don’t believe it deserves the low reputation it has; far from it. The game tells the tale of a forlorn teenager named Otto, like the bus driver in The Simpsons, and a monstrous looking eponymous troll as they work together to return back to their families. You fight, solve puzzles and collect secrets through beautiful Scandinavia while the villain Nico and his men hunt the troll down. It isn’t just man that threatens you, it’s also the diverse nature hazards and the hostile mountain goblins that use a variety of weapons to hurt both you and Troll.

Real player with 11.9 hrs in game

Troll and I™ on Steam