Masquerade of Miasma

Masquerade of Miasma

A bubble pop style game set during a Medieval plague, where proper sanitation, social distancing and toilet paper are key. Journey through this beautiful Medieval community, joined by other medical professionals, to save your home.

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Masquerade of Miasma on Steam



If you are the one audience member clapping out of sync with everyone else, then this game is not for you. That doesn’t mean, however, that this is Dance Dance Revolution episode 99. This is quite a different and innovative little game.

The gameplay is about first listening to a track as it should sound, and then reconstructing it using sound bites that you place on the “circuit” in order to finish and play the track.

As in any other puzzle game you have to use your brain, but your “input” for solving it isn’t so much visual elements on a board, but instead sounds, recognition of small variations, and utilizing your short term memory from when you listen to the track (you can do that at any time) to finding the right sound bite/puzzle piece. This gameplay mechanic is quite innovative!

Real player with 10.1 hrs in game


Circuits is an independent masterpiece. It is highly original, and I have never seen another game like it! While it’s mechanics are deceitfully simple, you will come to find Circuits both stimulating and satisfying. The objective is to string together various segments of a song in the correct order… Easy, right? =)


If you only play games with a primary focus on storytelling, Circuits might not be the game for you. If you can, however, enjoy a game without a tale to tell, I really implore you to try this game.

Real player with 5.6 hrs in game

Circuits on Steam



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

Frederic: Resurrection of Music

Frederic: Resurrection of Music

I love this game. I keep coming back to it, because it has great gameplay. STEEP learning curve: the game expects you to master nine keyboard keys AND remember the rhythm of each song. But once you get it, the game is great fun. Solid cutscene animation and funny characters keeps the gameplay from getting dry. Works really well on ubuntu linux desktop versions. Also, be aware that there is a “Directors Version” on steam, sold separately, which seems to have additional features. I think it has some additional levels and multiplayer, but reviews say that the gameplay may not be as responsive. I decided on getting this version, and I would recommend others to do the same.

Real player with 17.9 hrs in game

With over 230 compositions under his belt, Frederic Chopin was one of the world’s leading musicians in the 1800’s. He’s been referenced and even starred in multiple video games in the past, and Resurrection of Music is the latest in that trend. It’s probably the best fit, being a rhythm game full of imagination and heart. This is an easy recommendation to anyone who enjoys music.

In Frederic: RoM you play as Chopin himself, recently raised from the dead, and musically battle other musicians across the globe. Armed with nothing but a magical piano, it is up to you to show that you are still relevant in an age of Auto Tuners, Synthesizers, and Pro Tools.

Real player with 10.4 hrs in game

Frederic: Resurrection of Music on Steam

Frederic: Evil Strikes Back

Frederic: Evil Strikes Back


  • Impossibru achievement.

  • Bindable keys are very limited (cannot bind numbers, colon, spacebar, etc..)

  • Lack of option settings.

  • Music is lengthier and has more depth in terms of variety of instruments and stuff but still melodies are not catchy enough compared to the previous game (pretty much they are all remixes of pop songs and one or two pieces of classical music.)

  • Excessive parodies, some stereotypical jokes, and pop culture/internet memes are hardly funny.

  • Game now depicts Chopin as a more idiotic and one-dimensional character (actually all characters are like that in this game.)

Real player with 8.7 hrs in game

An interesting game, quite enjoyable. I recommend getting both in the bundle, don’t bother with this game alone considering the similar price. The gameplay is good, with a few new note types in this game. However, the entire style of the game shifted awkwardly. Visually it seems better, but Chopin is less charming and less developed as a character. He’s no longer a stranger in a new world, but more of a 80’s popstar working to save himself. More of the jokes go from awkwardly hilarious to groaningly memetic. Meanwhile, the voiceovers that could’ve started their own memes are notably toned down. It’s harder to tell that there are only a few voice actors in this version, but it’s less charming and natural.

Real player with 8.3 hrs in game

Frederic: Evil Strikes Back on Steam

Beatbuddy: Tale of the Guardians

Beatbuddy: Tale of the Guardians

Dance-eJay music ?


  • some story (save the princess :D)

  • nice art and animation


  • framerate up to 800 really drives the gpu up and

consumes allot of power and no way to stop not even

from the nVidia control panel, awful

  • clunky menu system

  • beat based movement is way too annoying and cumbersome,

just leave me to go already, i have faster reactions

and button presses than this beat

  • the constant zoom in and out

without player controlling it is horrible

  • the scenery constantly getting in my way obstructing my vision,

Real player with 12.5 hrs in game

I wouldn’t recommend this game even for the low price of 1,79€ as it’s priced during this steam sale (2017). I got this game in a humble bundle for years ago but couldn’t get myself to finish it until now for several reasons

Firstly, the good parts: The soundtrack. It’s excellent, no doubt about it. Also the game got some rather nice backgorunds and coloring for the most part, The humor kind of works for the most parts and the “sound” the characters does is charming. The story serves it’s purpose but not much beyond that. Everything else is a mess with this game.

Real player with 8.5 hrs in game

Beatbuddy: Tale of the Guardians on Steam



I’m new at it but i have to say that I absolutely love this game. i just have to get the “full-screen” back.

Real player with 162.7 hrs in game

This game is a lot of fun! I cannot believe it didn’t appear in my Queue until now, half a year since release date! And i cannot understand how come there are no user reviews yet! Game is awesome, cute drawings, funny sounds, very enjoyable. Buy it, enjoy it!

Real player with 1.8 hrs in game

NYAF on Steam




Real player with 27.9 hrs in game

WEJAM brings the fun in making music by yourself, with a friend or even in a group. The tutorial is great and very easy to learn the game with ease and use any number of creative ways to Jam music together.

-it has a great variety of beats to choose & sounds

also great price with added feature incoming in the future

Real player with 1.6 hrs in game

WEJAM 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

Rock ‘N’ Roll Defense

Rock ‘N’ Roll Defense

Rock ‘N’ Roll Defense is tower defense game. The concept is simple: build your towers and protect your kingdom. In this game the towers are speakers and the kingdom is a stage with a rock band playing a concert. You must protect them of pop, country, and etc fans. The idea is interesting but some points of the game annoy you too much.

To pass some levels you need luck, not ability, not the right towers, you need LUCK, it pissed me off. There are a few kind of enemies in each world (the game has 4 worlds), some of the enemies moves fast than others, so the obvious would be the fastest ones coming first than others, right? Not in this game.

Real player with 22.1 hrs in game

Ok this game’s awesome.

I mean, everything’s completely old and we’ve seen all of this tons of times.. but can we speak about the idea?!

Basically this is the most classic tower defense you’ll play - enemies come in waves, they have a pre-drawn route and if they reach the core you get hit on your health; hence you have to put towers in fixed places, you can upgrade them and they’re all different for what concerns firing speed, type and so on.

But the whole setting isn’t the usual fantasy or medieval thing, but it’s hard rock. Yeah, you have to defend a hard rock stage and your towers are actually different types of sound amplifiers and speakers.

Real player with 19.9 hrs in game

Rock 'N' Roll Defense on Steam