epic maze

epic maze

*informational review

Procedural 3D maze TPS - needs polishing + interesting concept = A unique TPS maze with several customizations per game mode. Play quick 4x4x1 to large 15x15x15 mazes.

I liked the options to play, but they were a bit confusing at first since you just jump into it without much explanation.

Could use more enemy types for variation.

Pricing is the same as AAA games with 25+ hours of content, so there either needs to be much more content or a more reasonable price.

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Audio Infection

Audio Infection

As a music enthusiast in general and as someone who loved playing games like AudioSurf, Beat Hazard & Swarmlake, I found this game appealing. I played without VR equipment, and that’s, besides using either the Oculus Rift or HTC Vive, perfectly possible!

The game offers a handful of visually pleasing areas where you start listening to (your own = possible) music, and try not to get infected; e.g. the lower your accuracy and/or level of mastery, the more damage you will take, and the more infected your audio gets = lower music levels, but the enemies and their battle sounds will then take over the place. So you’d better listen to some garbage music, or you will get annoyed if you fail at shooting ;properly!

Real player with 2.9 hrs in game

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Love the game so far, havent played it too much but its really fun to play. People might say at first its not a game they like, but its really fun to grind points and lvl up your weapons. Eventually you will have better weapons and then you will see difference in the game. I enjoyed my time playing and it also kind of calmed me down :o

Real player with 1.8 hrs in game

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Rampage Miami

Rampage Miami

Remember when shooter games where gleefully unrealistic, uncomplicated, unpretentious, and thus fun? That’s what this little retro gem is all about. Well, that and fluorescent pink tanks and attack helicopters.

You get to blow up bad guys, cars, even buildings, you can ride vehicles and fly fighter jets, you can buy upgrades and become obscenely overpowered, and all while enjoying unabashedly 80s graphics and soundtrack. The game even has pretty decent replayability value.

I doubt you could find anything more entertaining at this price.

Real player with 15.1 hrs in game

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In a nutshell: RewindApp stole a free online game named Hammer 2 and upgraded it with synthwave aesthetics. It surely raises concern whether it’s acceptable for paying such a scam, but I hadn’t known it before my purchase, and for the sale price of 0,39 €, I had quite a good time with this game.

The game itself is a cheap GTA knockoff, the graphics are nice, the music is excellent. Quests are easy and repetitive (kill/destroy N things), vehicle control is a bit poor (except for drifting, which was cool), physics is irreal. Upgrades are not necessary, and if you want some challenge, avoid buying too much of it (especially Golden Gun, starter weapons, infinite ammo, god mode and jetpack), otherwise it will be child’s play and no fun at all. All 30 quests can be finished in merely 2 hours, the 100% completion (time limit, trophy score, secret package) requires about 2-3x more time, depending on the player.

Real player with 11.4 hrs in game

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Retrowave Universe

Retrowave Universe

it is to early, so be adviced

Real player with 0.3 hrs in game

Had a good time with this game and therefore recommend it to others. I am emotionally invested in this title and will be avidly following it throughout the early access period.

Real player with 0.1 hrs in game

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Mafia II (Classic)

Mafia II (Classic)

Mafia II is one of the best organized crime games, especially if we take realistic games with organized crime as the main theme. It’s also one of the best third-person shooter, and aged very well, even a decade later, it still feels as good as back in 2010.


You play as sicilian immigrant, Vito Scaletta, whose family traveled to the USA looking for a better life, but reality turned out to be more grim and harsh than Vito’s parents imagined. Seeing how his father lives a miserable life and became a drunkard due to his hard job and poverty, Vito decided to not repeat his mistakes. His father eventually dies during the accident at the docks. He met Joe, a local bully and a cool guy, and eventually, due to lack of jobs and poverty, the two decided to become a small time criminals, thieves, essentially, during one such operation, Vito got caught, and between going to prison or helping USA with the invasion of Sicily, as a native italian speaker, he decided to go to war. And that’s only the beginning of his life path.

Real player with 105.5 hrs in game


Welcome to Empire Bay. Sunny place full of opportunities for those who can take them. Yes, I’m talking to you Vito & Joe. Yes, you too Mr. Vinci. I see you over there Alberto Clemente. Yeah, that’s right Carlo Falcone. I can keep on naming these fellas over and over again because this game was filled with gentlemen like these.

Vito Scalleta got tired of bureaucratic bullsh*t so he got shot right in the butt, that he could leave Europe and go straight back to Joe, so these two can put in the work, get up in the Mafia hierarchy, sky rocketing up in the mob family ladder so he can get what they all want - THAT GREEN THING.

Real player with 62.2 hrs in game

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