VasterClaws 3:Dragon slayer of the God world

VasterClaws 3:Dragon slayer of the God world

  • This game mainly targets exploring dungeons (god worlds) with semi-auto battle

  • The atmosphere of god worlds is great, also the music is great, but some god worlds share the same BGM

  • Various skills. Some skills are useful in the beginning, some are useful in god world phase, some are useful in tournament, some are buff, some are always weak. I think the combination of skills is one of the most interesting parts in this game. But since there are so many skills, sometimes it’s hard to understand which skill can be used to block the specific skills

Real player with 1308.8 hrs in game

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VasterClaws 3:Dragon slayer of the God world on Steam

Of Light and Darkness

Of Light and Darkness

I used to have this game on a disk years ago but I lost it and I spent years trying to remember what the game is. Now I have found it. This game is very hard and the story is very confusing. I’ve still not got passed the first level. The controls are very annoying since it only uses your mouse, but if you want a very weird game from the 90’s and you have the time and patience to play it. I reccomend it.

Real player with 7.0 hrs in game

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Of Light and Darkness on Steam

Zoological Era II

Zoological Era II

I don’t make reviews.

But this fucking game had me on the verge of depression and full melancholy at times and then smiling ear to ear, happy to realise how hopeful and humble life really is.

This game manages to make a masterful and deeply personal story about going through a downward spiral in your life, full of gut-wrenching sorrow and pain. While that’s an achievement on it’s own, I truly appreciate that this game also encapsulates finding light at the end of the tunnel, getting back on your own feet and finding hope in even the smallest victories.

Real player with 0.1 hrs in game

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Zoological Era II on Steam

Nomads of Driftland

Nomads of Driftland

Very entertaining game with innovative mechanisms. I can recommend this title to all RTS and god game fans. It felt great to move islands around the world, discover new lands to unlock new units. Unlike in Driftland base game, this free expansion allows the player to manually control the units and does not provide multiple choices of buildings to build, which makes the player have to combine and explore new lands to diversify their kingdom.

Do not get discouraged by the maps order. It seems that it is sorted by mission type, and it felt little boring to play three defences in a row, but it gets better later on. However, be aware that the maps are challenging.

Real player with 16.9 hrs in game

So much to do with the free content, I can only imagine what the game is like once you purchase it. So much potential. I’m a big fan of the Nomads aspect which feels more like an RTS to me. The base game is more economy and micromanaging but harder to deal with threats because it is so limiting on defense.

Real player with 13.3 hrs in game

Nomads of Driftland on Steam

Circle Empires

Circle Empires

First of all. i like the game allot just smashing trough Empires and having masive army’s fight against each other is amazing

but the game needs improvements. if you want to know my INTIRE conclusion skip to the end but if the devs read this please read my review.

I’m first going to talk about the modes

Monster Hunt - you have to find the Boss in an Circle empire and kill it to win there are allot of bosses.

Could get boring over time if you dont make it interesting yourself but is hard on higher difficulty

Real player with 44.8 hrs in game

Welcome to “Mountaintopia. Ancient mystical land famous for it’s wide mountain tops, dangerous monsters, and unimaginable treasure!” You hear that quoted line every single time you start the game.

So what is Circle Empires? An RTS game focused on killing the enemy and defending your circles. You start with one circle. You get a generic “worker” who gathers whatever resource is on that circle: food from berry bushes, wood from trees, gold from gold clusters. Use the resources to recruit your army. Some recruits cost food, your basic “Guard”, while others cost gold (archers, and the higher ones like healers, dragons, etc.) There is a sign on each circle that tells who they are (monsters, bandits) and a number which is their strength. Draw your mouse around your army (workers are automatically exempt) and look at the bottom of the screen where is displays your army strength. Then go forth and conquer those who have less strength than you. Then you get another circle and more resources. Each circle has only one type so it’s very important to conquer circles that have gold.

Real player with 41.4 hrs in game

Circle Empires on Steam

Light of the Locked World

Light of the Locked World

Light of the Locked World is a fantasy role-playing game.

Enter a developing world of Kayos, try to start a new life, and become entangled in a fight against an existential threat.

Planned features:

  • Open and atmospheric world: Freely roam in a world with lively settlements, vast meadows, desolate deserts, and treacherous ruins.

  • Capable characters: Interact with the world’s inhabitants that can help and fight each other, gain experience, take and equip items, belong to factions.

  • Persistence: Characters and environment are persistent, the results of your actions are preserved indefinitely.

  • Intense combat: Conquer the lawless lands with the game’s real-time combat system - wield magic and medieval weapons, perform and dodge deadly attacks.

  • Become powerful: Equip your character with weapons and armor, master combat and crafting by leveling classes, earn faction respect, learn spells.

  • Play together: The game has local multiplayer support for two players - cooperate to overcome challenges or compete for territory and resources.

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Light of the Locked World on Steam



This is my favourite game of all time, and it’s not just a nostalgic feeling, I still play with this masterpiece. It has a magical athmosphere you cannot find elsewhere, the story, the characters are so well written that I know nearly all quests by heart, yet I still replay them ‘just one more time’ when I get the mood for it.

The story is about a banished wizard, who enters a new realm of magical floating islands that are controlled by five gods, who constantly fight each other for justice, dominance or just fun. All gods control a sphere of natural energies which are earth, fire, air, life and death. You can choose one patron god on every level to do quests for them, and in return you get new spells to cast and creatures to summon from the chosen god’s sphere. Keep in mind though, that if you serve the dark powers, you will soon lose the favor of the benelovent gods and vice versa, so choosing sides has limits according to your previous choices. All the gods have an interesting character that can always surprise you, as the good guys can become quite warlike, the bad guys may become just scared, the smart guys can act foolish and the simple guys quite resourceful, so everything and everyone turns out to be quite different than as they seemed at first.

Real player with 54.6 hrs in game

A old cult classic. Very interesting combination of a 3rd person RTS with RPG elements for its time.

You control a your own playable character - a wizard - directly in movements with the WASD keys and you can summon creatures that you can order around by clicking on terrain or enemies much like a RTS.

Of course that isn’t the only commands you can give. They can also move in different formations or guard different objectives ranging from yourself to other creatures to buildings.

There are basically 2 resources in the game. Mana and souls.

Real player with 48.4 hrs in game

Sacrifice on Steam

Giants: Citizen Kabuto

Giants: Citizen Kabuto

When I was but a wee lad… I played this game on PlayStation 2. Here we are, many years later, though, and it has finally returned to me on Steam, in the format of the original PC edition, which I have been wanting for a while. And, well, put simply… It’s exactly as good as I remember. There’s some significant differences, if you played it on PS2 as well, but it’s still one of my all time favorite games for a reason.

The differences from PS2 are miniscule, as the blood is red instead of green, a few cutscenes were lost while new ones appeared, and you can decide at what pace to build your base (as well as control it’s turrets), among a few other things. As a whole, the game is the same, but with more added on.

Real player with 54.2 hrs in game

Before I begin, I must tell you that I’ve spent +200 hours on the multiplayer of this game , there’s nothing wrong with the “giants fan page”, where you can download the 1.497 patch and several mods to be able to get into the multiplayer and improve the game experience.

We have a 24/7 Very stable server right now. also, join GiantsWD steam group, everytime theres an event we launch a hard to miss popup and announcement to reach the best amount of players!

Now grab your bag of chips with ketchup and get a good dictionary because I write like pure shit.

Real player with 47.3 hrs in game

Giants: Citizen Kabuto on Steam



While not as intricate and complex as the Eye of the Beholder series, nor as vast and grandiose as the Might and Magic series, Stonekeep is surely a great addition to the dungeon-crawler genre.

The motion capture technique still gives a little something extra to the game’s visuals.

Music is on point and follows accordingly.Nothing great but it sets the mood.However, there are some singing faeries midgame that will definitely make your day :)

This game does suffer from a couple of bugs that may halt your progress.So be sure to keep a different save at the start of every level.(You should be doing that anyway)

Real player with 37.0 hrs in game

One of the best entries in a classic genre that has only recently seen a revival thanks to titles like Legend of Grimrock, and a piece of PC gaming history as one of the first titles to offer support for Windows ‘95.

Stonekeep offers everything one expects from a classic first-person, grid-based action RPG and more. The setting is interesting and well-fleshed out. The cast is full of wonderful and diverse characters – fully voice-acted, quite possibly a first for the genre. There’s even a nice recipe for muffins hidden in the game’s data files.

Real player with 33.7 hrs in game

Stonekeep on Steam

Cursed Treasure 2

Cursed Treasure 2

I played this game years ago, for free, on Armor Games, and when I saw it for sale cheap on Steam I thought I would give it a try. It has not disappointed.

The core is a basic tower defense game, with a great personality and a fun sense of humor. It has an interesting twist where instead of the units crossing the map and leaving, they are striving to grab one of your five gems, then return out the way they came. It does limit where you can build towers, and what types can go where, which might frustrate people, though they do have certain spots where can put any kind of tower. It doesn’t bother me, and I feel allows for more interesting level design.

Real player with 36.1 hrs in game

I fondly remember playing this on Armor Games (the flash site). It didn’t have as much content, and had a few mechanics that were different.

The moment I saw this on Steam, I wanted to get it. Not only because it was nostalgic to me, but also because it was improved a lot from the flash version. None the less, here’s what I think:

-The gameplay is great: It’s very simple, but has quite a bit of depth to it that makes it very replayable: The goal of the game is to use and upgrade the Orc, Undead and Demon towers to kill the invaders and not let them get all your gems.Granted, to lose all your gems and fail you’ll need to let the invaders steal them on purpose, but there is a scoring system that rewards you the better you take care of these precious jewels. You get one star (Good) for saving 1-4 gems, two for saving all your gems, but with one or more getting stolen at one point (Great), and three for having all 5 perfectly intact (Brilliant). The game’s levels are contained within various areas, which have their own enemies, bosses, and various other gimmicks. Completing an area will unlock Night Mode for all of its levels. Night Mode spikes the difficulty by forcing you to place towers near areas that are lit, such as the gem caves, your towers’s ranges, etc. You once again get ranked with Good, Great, or Brilliant star ratings. Overall pretty solid.

Real player with 32.7 hrs in game

Cursed Treasure 2 on Steam