The Greatest Penguin Heist of All Time

The Greatest Penguin Heist of All Time

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Real player with 12.6 hrs in game

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Real player with 11.1 hrs in game

The Greatest Penguin Heist of All Time on Steam

Blooming Business: Casino

Blooming Business: Casino

Blooming Business: Casino is a tycoon game with a drama and animal twist.

Design, build and run the snazziest casino in a bustling world where the sky’s the limit. Work alongside cute animals who are anything but cuddly. Make sure to maximize client and visitor satisfaction while juggling their increasingly complicated demands. In this tycoon game, inspired by the rise of Las Vegas in the 1950s, explore a retro fantasy world and take your place from a small operation to a grand success!

A different kind of casino, filled with personality

Meet the charming personalities of VIP visitors. Connect with them and learn their backstories, needs, goals and desires.

Discover your management style

What type of casino boss are you? Decide how you want to manage your capricious staff and clients, from controlling every detail to have an eagle-eye on every aspect of the business.

Let your employees do their work or directly intervene on the floor. Reprimand drunk customers, kick broken machines to repair them, and make chips rain to see your customers burst with joy!

Live personal stories

Your management style and commercial strategy will trigger different narrative events and it will be up to you to choose how to act. Beware, you may reap more than you sow.

Create and share your content

Pick up Unity and get access to the same tools as the team to create your own custom items, decorations and characters.

Share with the community and benefit from what others create to expand the elegant and gleeful world of Blooming Business: Casino

Key features

  • Manage your own casino. From HR to PR, design to operations. You have as much control as you want.

  • A gleeful retro world filled with charm and animal characters. Learn more about their personalities, ambitions and keep them happy and productive.

  • Monitor everyone’s specific needs and expectations. If you want to make profit, you will need to make sure that clients are happy!

  • Customize and decorate your casino. Invest in new slot machines and decorative items. Optimize the casino design to improve traffic flow.

  • Set up the games as you like and manage the House Edge.

  • Fully moddable. Design and build your own items, decorations and characters to create an ever-expanding casino universe.

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Blooming Business: Casino on Steam



After just over a whole month of developing levels for the Murder Garden Contest, it’s time for my review of Terrorarium.


Terrorarium is a fun and creative game with an interesting concept and encourages community participation. The developers are always active in the Terrorarium Discord server and always take suggestions by listening to their fans (Which is rare these days). Plus, You can make awesome levels for your friends and others to play and murder them with ferocious plants! What’s not to like? Since its in early access, it’s likely to be cheaper now than when it releases, so pick it up and try it!

Real player with 95.4 hrs in game

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7/28/20 UPDATE: The game is out now with new levels and new features, so here is my current day review!

The game can be broken down in to three major parts: The main story, the community made levels, and the level maker.

★ The Main Story plot itself is fine. You get to understand the character you play as and the the little pikmin-esque creatures you play with, etc., etc… It certainly adds to the game, but what really matters (in my opinion) are the levels themselves. There are 26 levels ranging from very easy to very hard, some of which are designed extremely well! Some of them however aren’t. I’d say around 85% of the levels are satisfactory, while the other 15% just aren’t either aesthetically pleasing or the puzzle/mechanics are a bit wonky.

Real player with 35.0 hrs in game

Terrorarium on Steam



Milksoup is an FPS tower defense about a bunch of nerds trying to steal your cereal.

Movement is going to be your key to survival, as you strafe and B-hop throughout the surreal environments; The onslaught of trolls keep coming, your pockets slowly filling, and time running out. The longer you last, the more money you get to purchase tools that help you defend against the ever-increasing hoard. Watch out for the bosses - they interrupt the flow of nerds to introduce you to their machinery. They will try to stop you no matter what, so attempt to eliminate them as fast as possible.

If you ever want to take a breather, you’re able to enable the Sandbox mode and spawn, kill, and throw as many enemies as you want, along with a few more physics-based tools to mess around with. Currently, Sandbox mode can be played with friends online too.

Milksoup on Steam

DumbBots: Hello World

DumbBots: Hello World

A grate game 10/10

Real player with 3.4 hrs in game

This was pretty easy & fun. (Although I am a professional game developer.) Looking forward to the full DumbBots game!

EDIT: Seriously, why doesn’t this have more positive reviews? :/

Real player with 0.7 hrs in game

DumbBots: Hello World on Steam

Castaway Paradise - live among the animals

Castaway Paradise - live among the animals

I’ve had my eye on this game for a while, given it’s so much like Animal Crossing. In fact, that’s what people are constantly comparing it to. I was excited to get it on sale for like five bucks, but…that excitement didn’t last long. I had most of the island unlocked within a day of playing, and after that, things get very repetitive.


  • It is a lot like Animal Crossing, which is nice because it’s a familiar gameplay mechanic. You run errands for the other villagers (quests,) catch bugs and fish to sell (or donate to the local museum,) and scavenge fruit and washed-up shells.

Real player with 31.6 hrs in game

Pretty fun and addicting.. being a fan of Animal Crossing and Harvest Moon games I’m thrilled to see a game like this come to PC.

The game has room for improvement, yes, and it may not be everybodies ‘thing’ but I’ve been hard-pressed to pull myself away from it.

There’s something about Facebook and Mobile games (not calling this game one) that I like;

sounds weird but I always liked the ‘feel’ to them, but at the same time I hated the microtransactions.

So this game is perfect for me because it has that feel but without me needing to worry about spending any (extra) money haha.

Real player with 22.8 hrs in game

Castaway Paradise - live among the animals on Steam

Trash Panda

Trash Panda

It’s garbage night, and there’s no human in sight! Explore neighbourhoods of Toronto as the unofficial mascot of the city: the Trash Panda.

Make a Mess!

As a mischievous raccoon, make the biggest mess you can knocking over trash bins lining the streets. The bigger the mess, the higher you score. Some of the trash is yummy-yummy treats giving you additional points. Find power-ups too!

Explore the Real-World Streets of Toronto

The maps of Trash Panda are created from real-world street data of Canada’s most populous city. See if you can visit every street on the map!


Some crescents and dead-end streets are home to territorial raccoons that don’t want you knocking over their bins. Should you enter these areas, a nemesis raccoon may challenge you to a match! Which of you can knock over the most bins? Winner takes all!

Trash Panda on Steam

Anima Forest

Anima Forest

at least it’s a good start. please keep improving it.

Real player with 3.4 hrs in game

This game is probably going to be really good when it is finished, So far, while the game is difficult, it is really fun. The art style and different enemies are very unique and are different from other survival games I have played. Now knowing that the game is still in early access, there are a few things I would change. First, adding wasd controls would make the game a lot easier to control. Secondly, I think the days should be longer. The amount of time in the day is not enough to make food, gather materials, and set up a wall. Overall though, for a dollar, this game is really good and I would recommend it for anyone who is looking for a unique survival game with a good challenge to it. (also if you like animals)

Real player with 3.0 hrs in game

Anima Forest on Steam

Back Alley Inn

Back Alley Inn

Would definately call this a game with a lot of fun ideas mixed into it. The tutorial is both relaxed and not information overload, and even if you accidentally skip a tutorial, you can probably work out whats going on (hint: dont skip the adventure one like I accidentally did!). Developer is currently responsive and it seems will be making changes so even though the game is pretty solid, with a few small non-gameplay breaking quirks, I anticipate very good things for this game soon.

Real player with 22.8 hrs in game

The game is buggy and missing tooltips. The gameplay is extremely RNG heavy and unbalanced making the game unplayable without giving you a clue what you might be doing wrong or how to fix it.

The game appears to give you a massive amount of space to build in but the vast majority of that space actually can’t be built on.

  1. First of all, the energy system is very annoying. You have to wait for energy for everything and the fast forward doesn’t work. This makes trying to figure out the extremely poorly documented features an exercise in frustration because the buildings aren’t expensive but require energy which discourages exploration.

Real player with 6.8 hrs in game

Back Alley Inn on Steam

Ben 10: Power Trip

Ben 10: Power Trip

I can’t believe someone thought it was a good decision to have coop only accessible by talking to your npc buddy ‘Kevin’, who’s not all that easy to find on the map. Even worse, if that player hits the wrong button they wind up ejected from the game and you must search for Kevin once again to enable coop mode—even if he’s on the other side of the map! Another terrible aspect is the combat. There is absolutely no weight to your attacks which makes the fight sequences deeply unsatisfying. It’s like swinging at bags of feathers. I just don’t get how the developers could nerf the fighting to the extent that it is simply not fun when it is such an integral part the game. It makes no sense whatsoever. The missions are very repetitive, fetch quests, chases, kill a certain number of enemies or solve an easy puzzle. That is the gameplay in a nutshell. Overall, the open world does provide some decent platforming moments and neat areas to explore but I’d probably hold off for a sale as there are better games out there.

Real player with 36.5 hrs in game

The missions are repetitive and almost the same and the characters feels like bots and doesnt feel alive not to mention how dumb the quizzes are, the world is so dead and doesnt feel fun to go around and explore, also they picked one of the weakest villains in the entire show literally, It would have been better if the main villain was Vilgax or a punch of weak villains not one

ok that was the bad things the good things is the transformation system, you feel like the master of the omnitrix and u can do a mix of every alien attack by simply transforming into each one every 2 seconds to feel the nostalgia

Real player with 26.9 hrs in game

Ben 10: Power Trip on Steam