A song in the void

A song in the void

A good platform game and nice style with low poly. :D

Real player with 3.6 hrs in game

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Well I kickstarted this game. I liked the artwork. The open worlod part itself is nice to roam around and collect things.

But beyond that it has insane flaws. Every now and then it puts you in these big cube rooms that are bland and makes you collect items. Water rises. Touch the water you have to restart. Open world or cube world you have an auto slide so your toon won’t even stay still. So you have to repearivly jump in spot as water rises and falls or die and start over. This is for anywhere in the game. And making me sit in rooms to collect things over and over vs enjoying the open world, where you still slide and die but at least it pretty to look at, makes the game not desrable to play.

Real player with 2.1 hrs in game

A song in the void on Steam




Recommended if you are a masochist like me.


  • Insanely difficult, but very rewarding once you understand a segment and can execute it without major errors.

  • Chill music, and objects that move with the beat, makes it easy to get in the flow.

  • Pleasant to look at

  • Unique and fun bossfights (except the first one, fuck that flower)

  • Multiple Unlockable Playstyles

  • Liberal use of Checkpoints

  • Colors sometimes make it hard to see tiny bullets

  • Crashed once

~ Perfect for speedrunning. It’s easy to get high in the leaderboards because nobody plays the game (seriously, people come play this game)

Real player with 185.9 hrs in game

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Ersatz is a reflex oriented platformer with a heavy emphasis on speedruns. It is not a particularly punishing game because it has an abundance of checkpoints. About 80 percent of the features like extra modes require you to speedrun certain parts to unlock. So you do need at least some level of competent reflexes to get the full experience. As you can see I dropped 24+ hours into the game and I still have things to do. There are 3 regular modes that change mechanics, journey mode, and infinite mode. If you like that kind of gameplay where you have to learn the layout of the level it has a lot of replay value. As far as music and aesthetic part go I absolutely love it. I think for some $9 may seem a lot of a speedrun game but the price is well justified with content.

Real player with 38.4 hrs in game

ERSATZ on Steam



This game is good to play when you waiting or filling some free time and this game is Safe For Work

Real player with 8.4 hrs in game

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The game is all about a ball with eye’s it can make you feel relaxed I recommend this game 6/10

Real player with 1.3 hrs in game

Nullysun on Steam

Rocks and Rockets

Rocks and Rockets

★ ★ ★ ☆ ☆

Real player with 3.3 hrs in game



Real player with 2.5 hrs in game

Rocks and Rockets on Steam

Samurai Wish

Samurai Wish

Hotline Miami: But in Japan

Real player with 14.8 hrs in game

If you liked Hotline Miami, this is totally like it. All the blood, all the fun and even more techniques such as a dash to escape enemies or their bullets….great game!

Real player with 2.4 hrs in game

Samurai Wish on Steam

Dangerous Level

Dangerous Level

A simple and great game for ages, I recommend it!

Real player with 7.6 hrs in game

This game is shitty as A nugget!!

highly unrecommended!

Real player with 0.3 hrs in game

Dangerous Level on Steam



8.5.2020. Game #122


I know this is mean way to start a review but if you are going to take anything with you from this review, take those two sentences. Now with that out of the way, let’s begin.

The human mind, its wasted potential and other nonsense

Etherborn is a game that tries to way too hard to be deep and meaningful. The second you start a new game you will be hit with confusing statements how the human mind and body are wasted potential and how humans could have done so much more with ourselves but how instead we settled on mediocrity and blah blah blah blah, I’m sick of it already. This game pretty much talks about the same thing that those hidden Gods that created the world talk about in Assassins Creed games

Real player with 4.8 hrs in game

Etherborn is one of those Humble Bundle indie games that will last you less than a few hours. My playtime says 4 hours, 1 of those was me being AFK. I went in fresh, so I would imagine that if you’re better at puzzle games or already know the answers you’d be able to pass this much faster.

The game has a nice aesthetic. I’d imagine that a significant portion of development time was spent getting the art style right. It follows a simple design that comes through with lighting and shading. There’s also a decent soundtrack here. I won’t call it the best I’ve heard, but there’s a variety of instrumentation with an ensemble that clearly knows what they’re doing. And they do it well.

Real player with 4.8 hrs in game

Etherborn on Steam



So I Has This Game By MY Frend When his Game Sell AnD Its Sooo Much Good And I got too many Ester egg

Like DoG Make Sound Like CAt And The ChaT Of dEv and tooo much more….

Thanks For The Developter Make This Game

Real player with 5.6 hrs in game

At the time of writing, I have yet to finish the story (on what I assume is the last few levels). I wanted to write a quick review and warn about multiple flashing screens throughout the game that may cause epilepsy, including the very first one on start up. So if you are sensitive to flashing light, I’d suggest passing this one up for now.

NAMELESS is a top-down shooter about an ex-con who is tasked with going up against his own people to save hostages and hopefully get freedom. The game implores both stealth and run-and-gun tactics with a variety of leathal and non-leathal weaponry. You complete rooms by killing or knocking out all enemies. Every so often, you can get coins and buy weapons. There is also a cloak mechanic that helps with sneaking and getting away in tight situations.

Real player with 5.3 hrs in game