Contract Work

Contract Work

Great retro arcade vibes!

Real player with 1.8 hrs in game

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fun game with some cool surprises. lots of ways to customize it. love vaporizing robots 🤖

Real player with 0.7 hrs in game

Contract Work on Steam

SteamWorld Heist

SteamWorld Heist


Steamworld Heist is a side-scrolling, turn-based strategy game that is set on a space sci-fi/steampunk environment with its gameplay being inspired by the combination of both the X-COM and Worms series.


As you start the game, you will be introduced to five (5) levels of difficulty that suits your preference. Those are “Casual”, “Regular”, “Experienced”, “Veteran”, and “Elite”, and as it increases in difficulty, it also yields more bonus experience the harder it is (and you can change it before you start any mission).

Real player with 44.0 hrs in game

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I played SteamWorld Dig quite a while ago mainly because, despite the fact that it looked like something I’d enjoy, people kept praising it. Unfortunately the game didn’t meet my expectations but I still found it to be a good game overall. All this to say that when I heard that there was a new game of the SteamWorld series coming out I got a little bit skeptical. When I eventually saw the game itself I knew the chances of enjoying this were far greater than the previous one. ”Inspired by classics like XCOM and Worms”, they caught my interest right there.

Real player with 26.9 hrs in game

SteamWorld Heist on Steam



A sci-fi dive in the 90s, both for the game design + gameplay and for the dystopic cyberpunk concept style.

Gameplay per se is a bit wonky and you have to get used to the stealth mechanics, which are really retro-style by all means.

Still, the game is pretty enjoyable, the atmosphere is right and the lore is well thought out, which you can extrapolate by the mission briefing/debriefings and from the files you download from the terminals, giving the appropriate feeling and background, much alike to the first Deus Ex game.

Real player with 7.3 hrs in game

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You are a one man go in and solve the problem type of covert or overt operative whom corporations hire to do their dirty laundry. Covert if you move effortlessly like a ninja from shadow to shadow, crouch like a tiger, and jump like a spider waiting for the right moment to feed needles into the skull of your enemies. Or overt if you prefer the cacophony of machine guns and the smoke C4 makes when you are fed up with doors that don’t greet you with open sesame right at your arrival.

You can even hack systems, steal company data and make some side income by grabbing datacubes and other interesting things that come at your way. And since this is a Cyberpunk/Neuromancer inspired game presumably made by transhumanist wonks who enjoy running around with subdermal chips under their butt-cheeks, replacing limbs and adding subdermal armor and other kinds of protections are also available.

Real player with 6.6 hrs in game

DataJack on Steam