Maybot Run

Maybot Run

Helped beta test the game. The release version is awesome for an endless runner with loads of replay-ability from the upgrades and characters that you unlock. Still enjoying the leader-boards and competing for a high score. The music is really cool too. Definitely a fun game well worth the small fee.

Real player with 37.6 hrs in game

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This game kills me. Even after all these years. Showing my lass Davebot makes the game near impossible to play through giggling…. and then Major… and then .. well. You should find out yourself.

Wont lie. It isn’t easy. Attempting to remain focused after reading the hilarious madness in the background whilst pushing forward is a challenge itself.

A game that has aged like a fine Brandy. Which…if you live in the U.K. is sort of sad really.

Real player with 10.4 hrs in game

Maybot Run on Steam

BDSM: Big Drunk Satanic Massacre

BDSM: Big Drunk Satanic Massacre

This is an enjoyable shooter chock full of rudeness, lewdness and dudeness. Definitely not for all audiences.

We play as Lou, the son of Satan and join him on his quest to reclaim Hell from the hordes of humans who have come for all the debauched pleasures on offer. Mostly these pleasures are fast food and sex. In order to save Hell from the invaders, Lou takes an arsenal of weaponry and blasts everything that moves into little tiny human or demon chunks.

The most obvious talking point of the game is it’s 18 rated content. There is a bevy of booze, drugs, rock n' roll and sexual references that definitely aren’t for all ages. A downloadable content patch removes censorship, but if you are easily offended, the game is not designed for you anyway and really having censorship is a moot point. Playing as the son of Satan, we shouldn’t be expecting a saintly protagonist. You will be shooting loads, in more ways than one.

Real player with 13.1 hrs in game

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For many players, the genre “twin-stick shooter” is a synonym for difficult games that mix fast-paced, long-range attacks, close-range mobs, and giant bosses with tons of health. BDSM is definitely a twin-stick shooter, but I wouldn’t say that this game is difficult. That’s because there are plenty of ways to abuse the combat system, in addition to a special ability called rage; (filled by defeating foes), that gives invulnerability and a lethal laser that overkills ANY enemy! It fits the game’s lore, but it’s unfair to the mechanics of the genre. You’ll never need to worry about ammunition, either: Almost everything in the environment is destructible. And since there’s a default weapon with infinite ammo, you’re covered even if you run out.

Real player with 10.3 hrs in game

BDSM: Big Drunk Satanic Massacre on Steam

Party Hard 2

Party Hard 2

After leaving a negative review for the DLC of this game, it’s only fair I give a positive review for Party Hard 2 itself. Because the game really deserves it. I truly had a great time with it on a hung-over 1st of January (and weeks after that)

Just like Party Hard 1, you get to play as a serial killer bent on crashing parties and murdering party-goers. And that without getting caught. It’s basically a top-down sneaker where you’ll have to rely on your wits, timing and creativity to take out people unseen.

Real player with 30.4 hrs in game

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In Party Hard you played Darius (and a crapload of unlockable characters), a guy who had just had enough of these overly loud and highly obnoxious partiers. In Party Hard 2, there is a shift in the story. Sure, Darius is back on his killing rampage, but it seems that the devs wanted to make it more than some story about a guy who wanted sleep and tried to add some story about this corporation he works for that manufactures some overly addictive drug. I am going to try to break this down.

The levels are no longer all about just killing everyone without getting caught. Don’t get me wrong, you can still do exactly that on every board if you so choose. Each level now has objectives (main, optional, and hidden). For example, the main objective may be to kill a group of bikers and blow up their semis. Optional objectives on that same board would be something like getting into a blocked room, and using the items in that room to set up a group of people. No matter which road you choose, you have to fill a set of objectives before you get the prompt to leave to the next level. The hidden objectives are VERY hidden, at least they were to me. Most of the hidden objectives I have ran across have been purely by chance from exploring the board and trying to figure out what different things do.

Real player with 23.6 hrs in game

Party Hard 2 on Steam