Comedy Night

Comedy Night

Get it on sale.

It will be 2 pm. You are ready to do your stand up. And then be called every racist slur in the book. You will try for what seems like days to perfect your approach; and fail. You will hear people read some lines off the web, and they will get burnt. You will take part in burning them off stage.

It will be 10 pm on a thursday and hear some chick crying about how she just cain’t become a thot and she will try to get you to go to her host. You will see her kicked and every one will rejoice. You will most likely show up in the wrong room and hear conversations that are insane.

Real player with 69.7 hrs in game

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Fantastic game.

It’s got a decent set of features and types of performace options which is appreciable

but at the meat of it (ground beef of it: this game is only as good as it’s playerbase.

There are plenty of funny people on here that naturally gravitate towards what this game is all about (roleplaying, having fun, laughs) but they have to be dug up through the racist trolls and children that you can expect to find on a game priced at $4. I’m thankful there are ways to quality control your rooms via kicks and vote offs, but the options are very limited in handling your club.

Real player with 56.7 hrs in game

Comedy Night on Steam

Felix The Reaper

Felix The Reaper

♫ Off, off with your head ♫

♫ Dance, dance till you’re they’re dead ♫

Finally fully completed the game, here are some of my thoughts

The puzzles:

1.The mechanic is pretty simple,you move stuff around,avoid sunlight,there will be more stuff in the later levels,like flag and cart,but won’t be too complicated.

2. In order to collect the skulls in the standard levels,you need to complete the level in limited time,actions and sunlight turns,I think this makes the game more interesting and harder, since you need to find out the most effective ways to complete a level

Real player with 20.7 hrs in game

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Felix the Reaper is a top-down grid-based puzzle game about being a trainee reaper, setting up cruel and unusual deaths for people.

The core gameplay is pretty simple. As a reaper, you can only move in the shadows. There are four primary ways to manipulate shadows:

  1. You can shift the direction of the shadows by 90 degrees.

  2. You can pick up and move boxes, barrels, and similar items to cast shadows.

  3. You can throw levers to move objects around in the environment.

  4. You can stand on buttons (or place objects on buttons) to move objects around in the environment.

Real player with 18.0 hrs in game

Felix The Reaper on Steam

Freedom Finger

Freedom Finger

The silly and offensive art style is what drew me to this game, not the musicians or voice actors. Despite its cartoony look Freedom Finger is a proper shmup. You have a ship and you shoot enemies with plenty of bullets, enemies and walls to be dodged. The game has two unique game mechanics for a shmup namely grabbing and punching. It’s a bit unusual but it is quite fun. It allows for a lot of different ways to play a level.

Fortunately there’s no shop with upgrades for your ship, you can follow the story but also just hop into any level and start competing for the leaderboard. If you want an upgrade go grab an enemy ship!

Real player with 38.0 hrs in game

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Save the American Lunar base from the Chinese who have taken over!


Very cartoonish. Kinda of reminds me of the adult cartoons you’d see on Adult Swim.

Real player with 11.0 hrs in game

Freedom Finger on Steam

Bolt Riley, A Reggae Adventure

Bolt Riley, A Reggae Adventure

It would be in my best interest to give a glowing review since I want to see this game completed but I need to be honest about the progress made so far. I do realise this game is considered Early Access and I know the budget for this game is pretty small, and you should keep that in mind too (if you end up reading the in-depth review linked below), but ultimately, is it something I would recommend to my friends or the gaming public in its current state? Considering the artwork still needs some touching up, bugs were encountered way too frequently, the UI needs fixing and the first chapter is way too short, probably not. I’m hoping that Adventure Mob will eventually prove me wrong though, as I really want this game to succeed.

Real player with 1.5 hrs in game

Bolt Riley is a well-intentioned but uniformly misguided proof of concept.

Presumably the developers naively underestimated the effort required to achieve the level of quality best suited to their vision. Instead, they opted to release an embarrassingly short and painfully butchered appetizer.

One should be easily inclined to forgive unrefined details in Early Access but no update in over a year severely burdens the game’s credibility.

Real player with 1.4 hrs in game

Bolt Riley, A Reggae Adventure on Steam

Road to Ballhalla

Road to Ballhalla

Road to Ballhalla is a cheeky, occasionally cruel but ultimately satisfying experience, that I would highly recommend to anyone with a taste for arcade-style platformers and puzzle games. I say this having completed 100% of the game’s achievements.

Aesthetically, with regards to its delightfully colourful design and well-suited, unintrusive yet engaging soundtrack, I can’t really fault Road to Ballhalla. The puzzles are all very much based upon rhythm and visual patterns, meaning that the audio-visual elements of the game are critically important, and I am pleased to report that they do themselves absolute justice.

Real player with 14.6 hrs in game

Road to Ballhalla is a simple top-down arcade-style game. You control a ball, and your goal is to navigate your way through 20 levels, collecting little sparks (the game’s collectable) and avoiding dying as you go.

The game is very simple – there isn’t even a jump button. You can simply move in any direction, or speed up your rolling in a sort of dash move. The dash move makes it so you die instantly if you take damage, rather than simply… well, taking damage. This makes it risky to use at times, so it must be used judiciously.

Real player with 12.5 hrs in game

Road to Ballhalla on Steam

Stage Presence

Stage Presence

YEAH! This is what VR is perfect for!

Be on a Virtual stage, in the limelight, shout into the microphone, get cheered on or boo’d at, sing along to your favorite songs, destroy a styropor guitar, dance til you drop, make peace signs, join random people in their session to cheer them on or blind them with laser pointers or just get emotional with a rose microphone and much more - Yes, Im having a lot of fun playing this, and I havent even seen all aspects of the game yet.

Its just a very nice feeling to get affirmative response from time to time, some kind words, even if its just from NPCs who are generically shouting how awesome I am.

Real player with 10.9 hrs in game

I really enjoyed this - I’m terrified of getting up in front of large groups of people, so the virtual experience of flailing (vocally, and sometimes physically) in front of a digital crowd was an interesting experience.. especially the parts where I get hit in the face by a digitised bottle of wee (the laser pointers gave me flashbacks to classes in highschool).

If you’re looking for a fun, slightly silly, rather unique experience, where you get to be the center of attention for hundreds to thousands of people (whether they’re angry at, or cheering for you), and perhaps want to improve your “how to dodge the occasional thing thrown at me” skills, I’d heartily recommend this.

Real player with 4.7 hrs in game

Stage Presence on Steam

moon: Remix RPG Adventure

moon: Remix RPG Adventure

In 1997, the now legendary anti-RPG “moon” launched in Japan. Now, under the watchful eye of its original creators, it’s finally in English!

Have you ever felt it odd that the heroes of RPGs go around opening villagers' closets and stealing from them? Or that they travel the world indiscriminately killing all monsters they meet? This game looks at the RPGs we all know and love from a new perspective.


One moon-lit night, a young boy is sucked into the depths of his television set.

He falls into a place called ‘Moon World’, and thus begins a search for love in order to recover the lost moonlight.

Here, the mighty hero of Moon World murders innocent animals for experience,

but the boy’s growth comes from saving the souls of the animals and gathering the love in the world.

Yes, in this game, you level up by loving, not fighting.

The inhabitants of this world are all unique. Observe their daily lives and learn where they hide their secret love.

“Now, please, open the door!”

An RPG without battles - Save the monster’s souls -

All the monsters killed by the ‘hero’ are actually just innocent animals. As you explore the game, you will encounter the bodies of these pitiful creatures. But, if the boy can catch their souls, they can be saved.

A living, breathing world! - Peek into the secret lives of the NPCs -

Moon World’s residents go about their routine lives, depending on the time and day. The florist goes to work in the morning, and the castle guards arrive at their posts. Some folks have secret midnight hobbies, and others just spend their days fishing.

MD System - Choose your own soundtrack -

In moon, you can choose your own music. By using the special music playing Moon Disc(MD) function which appears in the game, you can walk around the map listening to the tracks you like in the order you set them.

moon: Remix RPG Adventure on Steam



Having debuted at this year’s Comiket96, URO2 is the latest beatmania style game from Japanese indie developer AECRNIA. Stuffed with a hefty 100+ electronic, dance, and house tracks to play, audiophiles will get their money’s worth, if you can look past its confusing English translation.


  • Sizable catalogue - 100 tracks means a mere 0.15$ per song at retail price

  • Adjustable difficulty (Easy, Medium, Expert, Master) for challenge seekers

Real player with 7.5 hrs in game

URO2 on Steam

Gachi Revenge

Gachi Revenge

I never expected a game I got as a joke to be genuinely decently designed, although the first boss in particularly is way too difficult, even compared to the other 3. Surprisingly fun and good.

I also ended up replaying it a lot on Discord calls when I was making fun of bad/joke games with friends.

Real player with 109.1 hrs in game

Bruh! This game is fun but it really need adjustments.

  • Fix difficulty (give a checkpoint on gym boss, lower Aniki’s broken strength.)

  • Fix hitboxes on Boss

  • Maybe add one or two famous song in it (youtube poop)

  • Let us play the other characters

  • Controller support

  • Make the Flex power better cause useless through out the whole game.

Otherwise take this for the Meme, it’s worth it.

Real player with 2.5 hrs in game

Gachi Revenge on Steam

Anime And Your Life

Anime And Your Life


So there is not a lot to this game. The only reason I put in so many hours into it (which essentially is just letting the game run) is because I felt I could top the leaderboards.

Well, I did top the leaderboards. But apparently, right around 2.2 billion people, the score caps out and sets you back at 0. 1700 HOURS TO GET THERE AND IT SETS ME BACK AT 0.

Real player with 1703.0 hrs in game

Boring, bland “gameplay”. Your grind coins to dress your girl and money to upgrade earth(which was really buggy for me).

Not many options for customizing the girl(only one body shape).

The “card game” is way too random in my opinion. English is not my first language but I think it’s called “happy families”?

Any way it’s a very bland and lame version of it.

It also features an unnecessary calculator.

The featured webbrowser was ok I guess, tho I have no idea why it is there in the first place.

All in all I don’t think this was worth my money.

Real player with 11.7 hrs in game

Anime And Your Life on Steam