The Lion’s Song: Episode 1 - Silence

The Lion’s Song: Episode 1 - Silence


I played through this game twice.

I thoroughly enjoyed it.

I believe you should play it…

But I don’t think it’s good at what it tries to do. In fact, I think it’s disastrously bad.

Mechanics-wise, The Lion’s Song is simple: it’s Telltale-style stuff. Many choices, some consequences. A few simple but situation-appropriate puzzles. That’s all.

Setting-wise, it tries to depict the Belle Époque that was cut short by WWI. And that’s where in my opinion it fails spectacularly. Why though? All the attributes of the period are in place. No anachronisms. Historical figures show up on-screen. It tries to explore the directions art, music and math took at the time. It explores social tendencies. So what’s the big deal?

Real player with 13.3 hrs in game

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There are many reasons why “The Lion’s Song” is one of the best games I have played in 2017. From music to characters and design: The game did many things right.

| Story | In each of the four episodes you’ll experience the story of different characters that are slowly discovering themselves in the setting of Austria in the beginning of the 20th century, not long before WW1. Even if the episodes themselves don’t build upon one another, they’re informally interwoven. |

Real player with 13.2 hrs in game

The Lion's Song: Episode 1 - Silence on Steam

Strong Bad’s Cool Game for Attractive People: Season 1

Strong Bad’s Cool Game for Attractive People: Season 1

Homestar has been quiet for a long time but you can relive the everyday life of strong bad, homestar runner and all the other characters in this easy point and click adventure game.

If you were a big fan of Monkey Island, Sam and Max or Day of the Tentacle, You’ll well understand the gameplay and creative thinking required for this adventure. Your HUD is simple too, You have your inventory of strange random objects that you pick up along the way, There is some collectables along the way for those who wanna get that 100% completion rating of the game. And just your mouse pointer which helps you choose where to walk, and what to intereact with.

Real player with 5.9 hrs in game

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As I have now actually completed all five episodes of Strong Bad’s Cool Game for Attractive People: Season 1, I can give the game a proper review instead of just saying that it’s a cool game for attractive people, even though, you know, it kind of is.

First of all, we’ll get this out of the way: Unless you are a fan of the Homestar Runner universe, there is a probability that you won’t enjoy this game. It makes endless references and jokes related to the series that you wouldn’t understand unless you’ve seen some of the episodes in question. That isn’t to say that you shouldn’t buy it just because you might not understand some of the jokes though, either way this game is extremely funny and the humour is very dry, as you would expect from a game where you’re controling Strong Bad.

Real player with 4.6 hrs in game

Strong Bad's Cool Game for Attractive People: Season 1 on Steam



The next adventure in the UNDERTALE series has appeared!

Fight (or spare) alongside new characters in UNDERTALE’s parallel story, DELTARUNE…!


  • A massive soundtrack and story written by Toby Fox!

  • Meet new and endearing main characters, as well as familiar faces like Toriel, Sans, as more. Huh? Papyrus? No, he’s busy. Sorry

  • Smooth and expressive pixel-animation by Temmie. She also has a new hat (in-game)

  • A linear, chapter-based system that you can pick up from anywhere.

  • Creative bullet-dodging based battles inspired by games like Touhou and Chrono Trigger.

  • Jevilishly difficult hidden bosses.

  • And…

  • … only 1 ending…?

    Try Chapter 1 and 2 for free now!

    Chapters 3-5 are now in development and will someday be available as a paid release.


  • Can you pet dogs in the first 2 chapters?

(crying) This FAQ is over!

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