This game is weird, and that is awesome.

The concept of ‘puzzle’ in this game is the one of ‘optimization,’ because if you stitch here and there not really knowing what you are doing you can easily beat the first few levels of the game, but it becomes clear that you have to be more precise and intuitive if you want to get those three star ratings and finish the game! I definitely recommend this to people who are more used to puzzle games, but if you are looking for the most difficult of challenges, this may not be you…

Real player with 22.1 hrs in game

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very good. a tad confusing sometimes, but overall an enjoyable game.

good for those who like music and robots

Real player with 7.1 hrs in game

Nurbits on Steam



The sequel to the semi-popular flash game Soundodger on Adult Swim Games, Soundodger+ offers much more in terms of difficulty and replayability.

If you haven’t already, check out the original on Adult Swim, here (it has half of the levels, and the same gameplay):

Though it may be easy to jump right to the level editor or auto-gen mode, Soundodger+ is mostly about its single-player experience. There are many edge-of-your-seat moments where focus and concentration are key. This may not be apparent from the first few levels or trailer; the game starts off slow, easing you into the later levels with simplified versions of the patterns; it feels a little too slow moving in, and you need to beat ~10 of these levels before the advanced levels can be played. This is my only real gripe though; the level of polish and love put into the later levels is evident in spades. (Look for advanced levels indicated by a black background.)

Real player with 1340.3 hrs in game

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Soundodger+ is a rhythm-bullet hell game in which bullets spawn from enemies on the outside of a rotating circle in time with the music. You must dodge them on the inside of the circle. The main game includes 20 basic levels, 18 advanced levels, and 5 heart levels. Each of the advanced levels is an upgraded version of one of the basic levels with harder bullet patterns. Levels are unlocked in sequence by getting enough score on all the previous levels. Each advanced level also contains a heart bullet, which if collected acts as a free hit. Heart levels are unlocked by finishing the required number of advanced levels with your heart intact, and consist of two upgraded basic songs and three all-new songs. The game also comes with 12 DLC levels for free, which do not contribute to the main game. Finally, the game includes a level editor and auto-generation feature so that you can play levels from your own songs.

Real player with 1164.3 hrs in game

Soundodger+ on Steam

Audiosurf 2

Audiosurf 2

For people coming from Audiosurf 1: You might like it or you might not. It depends on your playstyle.

For people who have big music libraries who want a new game to mess around with: Get this.

2018 update: Since streaming has been removed, I’m updating the review to reflect that. Also, apparently the demo doesn’t work, so I won’t mention that either.

Although the game follows mostly the same mechanics as the first Audiosurf (ride on a rollercoaster based on your favorite songs, gathering points and beating other people’s scores), there are plenty of things that set it apart. The biggest addition is the workshop, which gives you more than enough options to try out different skins and modes, and lets you find the best ways to play your songs.

Real player with 2382.1 hrs in game

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I wish there were a Neutral option for reviews, but anyway - I ONLY recommend this game if you have a pretty decent song library in your computer. Why? Lemme explain:

YouTube Fiasco

This game used Soundcloud to stream songs for us to play back in the day until October~November 2016, but, after Soundcloud ceased any applications from using its services, the developer, Dylan, had a few weeks to think about what he was going to do with this game… and honestly, he’s lucky his game is great as it is because Audiosurf 2 was almost unplayable for one week or so as a result of it.

Real player with 1090.3 hrs in game

Audiosurf 2 on Steam



I’ll start off by saying I’m a pretty big fanatic of the “BIT.TRIP” series. I have most of the games and have played all of them to completion, albeit not perfected. “BIT.TRIP BEAT” is up there as one of my favourites of the series along with “BIT.TRIP FLUX” which came later with a more graphical enhancement. This game although very simple in graphical quality offers a great rhythm experience along with some nice 8-bit music to accompany it. You essentially play as a rectangular stick reflecting a variety of different squares called “beats” ping pong style, obviously to the beat of the music that plays. And that’s pretty much the gist of it.

Real player with 39.8 hrs in game

BIT.TRIP BEAT is a game that will only appeal to a certain kind of person; one who likes a challenge, is accepting of unorthodox game design (i.e. intentionally making the screen difficult to see / misdirecting the player), doesn’t mind playing a small amount of content focussed on the gameplay and likes the music (because it’s essentially a rhythm game, you’ll be hearing the game’s music the whole time). I don’t think it’s fair to criticise a game for being hard or ‘not for everyone’ because the exact same logic can be applied to every single game, some people don’t want to play a game that feels babyproofed. A lot of people don’t like this game, I personally love it.

Real player with 38.2 hrs in game




I do not recommend this game. This is because firstly, it’s controls were created with mobile playing in mind, not computer. This causes trouble when you try to scroll with your mouse which will provide an infinitesimal amount of help. Secondly, the amount of work you have to do to earn money in the game is ridiculous. One click equals a ten thousandth of a bitcoin. At the beginning of your play session the value of one bitcoin (in the game) is ~$12,000. That means one click equals ~1.2 dollars at that time. The cheapest upgrade to buy is a GTX 1050ti for 750 in-game dollars. That graphics card in the game gives you 0.0005 bitcoin/minute. An approximate average click-speed per second is ~6. So for 625 clicks, you receive 5 free clicks per minute. If you apply that average 6 clicks per second without factoring fatigue for 625 clicks, it would take you 104 seconds. You can have about 10 graphics cards at one time, but their is yet another problem that happens with the GPU’s. Thirdly, the game is saturated with bugs. The biggest ones are when you TRY to replace a graphics card or processor. If you used up all of your GPU slots with crappy GTX 1050ti’s, you cannot swap them out for GTX 1080’s, or any graphics card for that matter. You are stuck with your 0.005 free bitcoin/minute with all of this GPUs combined. Also, the game lets you downgrade your CPU! Another bad thing about this game is that it is purely optimised for mobile gameplay, even though it is a desktop game! Although i am not even half empty with the salt this game has provided me with, i have decided to give up on criticising it because i don’t care enough about it. I cannot recommend this game.

Real player with 6.1 hrs in game

I’d advise to wait until this is further developed, there is so little choices I found it more fun using an autoclicker :-(

by limited (as of now, they will be added a lot more)

your selection

1 motherboard.. 2 cpu’s since the first you get automatically… 5 video cards.

by the way apperently these guys think amd cards are twice the price of Nvidea… hope the dont make asics cost so much

my auto clicker beats it.

looks to be fun but after 10 minutes its just too primitive as of right now, it will get better I have no doubt..

Real player with 2.1 hrs in game

Bitcoin 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

Puzzle Frame

Puzzle Frame

It is very challenging to try and remember what the puzzle looked like and to get the pieces in right order to complete.

Real player with 9.6 hrs in game

Puzzle Frame is not your average puzzle game!

It introduces new mechanics to the genre while providing what it says on the tin and then some. The experience is overall very smooth and you can see that a lot of work was spent handpicking everything from music to the extensive (oh so breath taking) images of the gallery. As far as puzzle games go, this one sure does a good job at entertaining you. It deserves your attention.

I don’t usually play this kind of casual games but when I do, I play Puzzle Frame! :)

Real player with 4.1 hrs in game

Puzzle Frame on Steam



Great Game

Real player with 30.3 hrs in game

A ghost, while listening to his favorite song in purgatory, decides to invent a new game to pass the time. A fan of bowling and golf, he decides to combine the two with wheels and portal technology to pass an eternity. He plays 80 levels alone while the haunting, static-y tune plays out forever.

The Good:

  • When I first started the game, I feared it wouldn’t be very challenging; however, the game boards and gimmicks actually kept it from being too easy.

  • The gimmicks: rotating arrows, static arrows, fixed blocks, portals, and sliding blocks.

Real player with 6.9 hrs in game

Truzzle on Steam

Super Space Jump Man

Super Space Jump Man

Overall I like the idea of radial gravitational effects, but as implemented it’s still relying on traditional up-down gravity with the player able to fall off the bottom of the map but not the top, but requiring that freedom of movement to actually move forward.

For that reason I don’t' think this is worth a pickup. The main hook isn’t fully to it’s fullest potential here. But if you want a 100% achievement it’s fine.

Real player with 1.5 hrs in game

Casual auto-runner with single-button gameplay.

As other Nannings titles, Super Space Jump Man has a free version available on browser. Aside from Steam Achievements (currently profile limited), Steam version offers nothing else to the free version.

A rare miss from Nannings, for me anyway. Super Space Jump Man is an auto-runner, i.e. the astronaut runs automatically clock-wise the planets. Jumping gets him to next planet, and the next, until the finish worm hole.

Real player with 0.6 hrs in game

Super Space Jump Man on Steam

Lightning: D-Day

Lightning: D-Day

I set a AI vs AI game, It’s been almost 6 hours and I don’t know who is winning and it doesn’t seem to finish soon. WOW my PC it having great time by itself :D

Real player with 3.3 hrs in game

It’s a fun little game. After initial bad experiences with Nuts!: The Battle of the Bulge (so buggy that it’s unplayable) and Battle of Tallarn (plain bad) this one is a pleasant suprise.


  • should appeal to people that like boardgames, card games and 2WW (preferably all of the mentioned)

  • I haven’t encountered any bugs

  • it’s fun

  • you can play it during a long coffe break

  • it’s pretty and supports resolutions above 1080p

  • interface is allright


  • price is a little steep for such a small game

Real player with 1.8 hrs in game

Lightning: D-Day on Steam