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.

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Village Fest: Digging on Steam

The Masterplan

The Masterplan

The bad.

I’m gonna start this review with the negatives. The Masterplan is a game I really truly wanted to love. But… I just can’t… First off the game feels too half-baked for a game supposedly out of early access. Examples, why are there two lockpicks you can find on one level but no more anywhere else? Why can I not view my goons stats after I hire them? Why can’t I buy a bigger car? Why after the final score is the only way of exiting back to the normal game to quit to the main menu? It in turn doesn’t save the game from that score so you can technically never fully finish the game. You will still get achieves for it however. And why oh why does the game crash so much? 30 out of my 50 hours spent on this game have been afk for the last 3 nights trying to get the, “It’s my dayjob” achievement seeing how it’s the last one I need to get only to find in the morning that the game had crashed when it didn’t even have to do anything other than just sit there. Finally, I am running windows 8.1 and have a GeForce GTX 750 Ti 2gb version and yet in full screen mode I only get 30 fps where in Battlefield 4 I get 80 fps that can drop to 40 when intense events are happening. That should not be the case at all for a top down game with such basic graphics.

Real player with 51.0 hrs in game

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Would I reccomend this to a friend? Nope. This game was removed from early acccess too soon. Review is for v1.2.2


Crashes too often (Seems to be a memory leak. Perfomance gets worse the longer you play), especialy on the later levels that take longer to complete. Can’t complete my current mission (3rd to last) as the game will crash before the mission can be completed. By design, you can’t save durring missions. I’m ok with the lack of saving, but having to rush to try and finish a level before the game will crash, is not ok.

Real player with 26.3 hrs in game

The Masterplan on Steam

Rear of Business

Rear of Business

Far too early access, there’s nothing to do other than walk or run around lol

currently bad fps, can walk through props/objects. can also walk through walls/windows in many buildings.

not sure why you have weapons there’s nothing to shoot. i started with some grenades but not really sure why lol.

I’d be interested to see if the devs actually do anything with this game or if it’s just a failed project.

Unfortunately i’ll be after a refund..

Real player with 0.6 hrs in game

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Rear of Business on Steam



Time to Get Crackin’

The flashlight held between your teeth casts a dim light on the combination locks in the otherwise pitch-black vault. Near-inaudible clicks tap out the rhythm of the delicate dance of your heist as your trembling hands coax the discs into place with precise movements of the dials. The silent alarm was tripped minutes ago and the police are on their way. But you’re not backing out now — you came for fortune, and you’re not leaving without it.

Revelation is an intense arcade-style puzzle game from Krisalis where you spin color-coded interconnected dials inside clockwork locks to match colors and create chain reactions to open each safe. Thinking ahead is crucial, as each lock will affect adjacent locks when spun. These tricky puzzles would be difficult on their own, but they’re made even more challenging with the addition of a timer counting down the time until you’re caught red-handed breaking in. Keep one eye on the dials, and another on the lookout for collectibles that appear on the screen to give you additional time, stop the clock, and more. Finish each puzzle before time runs out, grab the loot, and get out of there!

  • Over 80 puzzling stages of increasingly complex safe-cracking gameplay, including bonus stages where you have ten seconds to figure out the one move which will solve the entire safe. Choose wisely!

  • Quickly solve each stage to plunder the safe for valuables — some of which can be used to help you in later stages

  • Break in alone, or with an accomplice in two-player mode

Revelation on Steam

A House of Thieves

A House of Thieves

Its got potential, you could add some more things like more AI. Different multiplayer houses, this game is pretty good. You could make it a little scary like adding scarier music and more of a not cartoon vibe. its scary at some parts but yeah this game is n i c e

Real player with 32.0 hrs in game

Its pretty good but how do i play public co op

Real player with 13.8 hrs in game

A House of Thieves on Steam

Heist Simulator

Heist Simulator

Lights, Camera, HEIST! Grab your perfect team then hack, unlock, solve and disguise your way to stealing England’s finest tat and treasures. Once you’re a master thief, take our tools into your own hands and create your perfect heist!

Use Heist Simulator’s level editor and build the burglary, story or even home plan of your dreams! Draw up your ideal location, then fill it to the brim with thousands of props, decorations and interactables, then share your masterpiece with the world by uploading it to HeistCloud!

  • Steal treasures, valuables and questionable knick-knacks from all over England

  • Build your dream heist from a library of over 8,500 assets

  • Make your own puzzles and fiendish traps to outwit your friends

  • Breathe life into your world with NPCs and other interactive elements

  • Play through a whole host of community built campaigns and levels

Browse the Heist Cloud for campaigns and levels uploaded by other players. Rate them, recommend them to friends or take inspiration for your own designs and make your heists the best in the world!

Plan your way around lasers, guards and hundreds of other obstacles, while using every tool at your disposal to steal away the valuables. Once your plan is in place, set your team going and watch your heist take place in real-time, showing you every exciting moment and close call!

Heist Simulator on Steam



This is a great stealth puzzle game. The art, the sounds and the music all give the game a great mood.

There are so many ways to do better in each level giving you excellent replayability. The multiple paths through a level combined with checkpoints mean that you can always crawl your way through a more difficult level to get to the finish, but that leaves you room to come back and find a new way to get through the level even faster.

HEIST is easily in my top 10 favourite indie games of all time.

Real player with 27.1 hrs in game

So most of the reviews on this game are like 3 years old, so a slightly more recent one, game is brilliant. gameplay is a lil iffy at times but if you love stereotypical noir shit this game is brilliant for it and it has probably the best soundtrack I’ve heard on a video game. idk if its worth the money but defo worth the play. 10/10.

Real player with 6.9 hrs in game

HEIST 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

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

The Van of Justice

The Van of Justice

The van of justice is an action, casual simulation game with a lot of physical objects. Experience systematic ragdoll systems, thrown and broken objects, which are not obvious to be found in other games.

“You get revenge, I build results.”

Police J comes to Kim, a student who was bullied at Turner High School in San Francisco, USA in 2005. J offers to give pocket money according to the value of the student’s arrest if he punishes and arrests the students who bullied Kim. Kim, who was bullied by all students, accepted the offer, and now Tooner High School has only to be avenged.

The way to realize justice

All students at Tooner High School are bullying Kim. Punish by throwing weapons or physical objects. Revenge if you make eye contact while walking around the hallway. Punish even if the breathing sound is loud. Even if you’re ugly, punish them. Punish both the teachers and the principal. If you take them to J’s police van, J will pay an additional corresponding price. You don’t have to feel guilty. Everyone is bullying Kim, and you are just realizing justice. If you lost interest in repeated punishment, it’s not a bad idea to carry out additional quests provided by J. If enough money has been collected, the ultimate goal is to purchase nuclear weapons parts through Kim’s home PC, expel all personnel in the school, and blast and demolish buildings.

Slave of capital, student leaders

The counselors (LMCD), as known as student leaders, will punish you when you do something wrong. Openworld games always has this kind of group. However, protection on students is not their jurisdiction. they only work for teachers and themselves.

Is this a school or a subway entrance to hell?

There are many unique friends in this school. Kim is also a very unique case right now. Coco Brothers, who throw up bombs when they’re nervous, Jay and Jenny, a nuisance couple who always stick together at schools where dating is prohibited. Right, There are also a psychopath dancer rabbit Bunny and a 500kg giant Terence who destroys everything and everyone on his way.

The Van of Justice on Steam

Mission Z

Mission Z


☑ Very good

☐ Good

☐ Nothing special

☐ Okay

☐ Bad


☐ Masterpiece

☑ Beautiful

☐ Good

☐ Will do

☐ Bad

☐ Awful


☐ Amazing

☐ Very good

☑ Good

☐ Decent

☐ Not too bad

☐ Bad


☐ Kids

☑ Teens

☑ Adults

☐ Everyone


☐ Lovely

☑ Good

☐ Average

☐ Not great

☐ None


☐ Just press a bunch of buttons

☐ Easy

☐ Significant brain usage

☑ Easy to learn / Hard to master

☐ Not so easy

☐ Difficult

☐ Dark Souls


☐ Nothing

Real player with 28.1 hrs in game


The game is a survival singleplayer game, where you feel thirsty and hungry, and has a few vendors scattered around, where you can buy or find items all over the map. The map is large and allows for extensive exploration. It has 10 missions where you must fulfill various types of objectives, from assassinating targets, cleaning areas, recovering items, etc. As I really like this type of game I decided to give it a try.


The environment of the map is just incredible, it´s very difficult to find such a well-developed indie game, the sounds, the scenery, the items, the collectibles… Everything is perfectly done, which left me stuck for a few hours exploring and contemplating all this.

Real player with 21.9 hrs in game

Mission Z on Steam