Lucifer Awaits, Chump!


Highly addictive and I found myself lost in time a bit the 2nd time I was playing it.

The Notes can be super hilarious (If you have a dark sense of humor)

Mod support to add your own characters (added few Horror Villains)

Sprite animations are excellent


Wish it had more color

While the background music sounds a bit creepy it can be a bit dull in long play sessions

Repetitive sins (mod support option sorta fixed that for me however)


The game soft locked 2 times when i exited in full screen mode.

Real player with 8.2 hrs in game

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A great little game that allows you to hand out judgement on souls! once you work out what you are supposed to be doing but that’s part of the fun.

The game runs well and has a very dark sense of humour, with some LOL comments in the victims bio’s, a lot of thought has obviously gone into this game.

The game uses very little PC resources and I found myself jumping in and out to judge the damned….. I mean souls during coffee breaks, much better than minesweeper!

Overall, at such a low price it is worth having a look at, be careful though, you may get slightly addicted!

Real player with 6.9 hrs in game

P.U.R.G.A.T.O.R.Y on Steam

Plantera 2: Golden Acorn

Plantera 2: Golden Acorn

The round blue Mellows return to tend to the garden once more and grow the big magical oak tree that have been rumored to have placed its seed there. Build up your garden around the tree to attract Mellows, round blue creatures that will help you pick up things and harvest your plants.

Tend to the oak tree and grow it to the sky to harvest its Golden Acorns.

Adorn your garden with decorations and watch as your garden grow more lush than ever before with new plants, bushes and trees and get populated by new animals, both in the sea, on the ground and in the sky.

If you want you can pluck trees and harvest plants yourself, or let your Mellows do the work for you while you watch or build and invest in new plants. The Mellows will even continue to work and tend to the garden while you are not playing the game!

As you play you will unlock new items and as you continue to expand and improve your garden your magic oak tree will grow even bigger with it, soon reaching its crown to the sky and beyond!

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Plantera 2: Golden Acorn on Steam



This is a cute, psuedo-clicker that is extremely simple compared to many of the other titles in the Clicker genre. Everything goes together very nicely. The only problem is that it’s mostly a quest to complete the achievements, and then there isn’t much to do. The garden gets maxed out. The upside is that it doesn’t require micro-transactions (I’m looking at you, Clicker Heroes, Adventure Capitalist, etc) to “complete” the game.

The idea is to build a garden with 3 layers of plants (trees in back, bushes in the middle, and vegetables in the front) to harvest, as well as animals to get “produce” from, such as wool, milk, eggs, and random stuff the pigs dig up. There are various critters that will try to interrupt the farming. Wolves and foxes will scare the animals, rabbits will steal vegetables, and birds will fly away with one produce item. Obviously this has minimal impact on the overall output, and they don’t really add much except something else to look at.

Real player with 86.6 hrs in game

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Published by: VaragtP

Developed by: VaragtP

Genre: Casual, Indie, Simulation, Family-friendly

Release Date: 29 Jan, 2016

Create, expand and watch your garden grown in this super addictive and totally adorable casual clicker game.


Plantera is a simple and highly addictive clicker game, where the basic objective is to build and expand your own garden. As your garden grows, you collect more coins which allow you to further boost your garden (and coin collecting efficiency). Boosters can be bought with the coins, which allow higher value of produce, collecting coins when the game isn’t running for larger periods (I can currently leave my game for 12 hours, and come back to a large sum of coins waiting for me!), and guard dogs and scarecrows to scare away the critters trying to steal your produce! Though I’m not generally a fan of clicker games, I have really enjoyed Plantera thus far.

Real player with 73.2 hrs in game

Plantera on Steam

TrainClicker Idle Evolution

TrainClicker Idle Evolution

There' something strangely soothing about watching the trains cross across the screen, chugging along the rails to it’s destination. I do wish I could lower the bird sounds so I could hear the engine and train itself more. The game runs smoothly and the music is nice.

My biggest criticism or thing I wish we had is an auto-progress option so that it can just move on to the next level if I want it to instead of manually activating the train forwards. I do like to let it run on a certain level but if I could also be allowed to let it go forward of it’s own volition that would be great.

Real player with 65.6 hrs in game

Sending this to library. Developer was active in March and went silent. Enjoyed game play for a while though.

Is this a clicker game? Sure, auto clicker is not something is needed to progress. Click half an hour and close :)

Is it idle? Yea sure, i get a lot of money while idling with 4 trains and maxed out engineers.

Game-play is broken. Half of the skills are dead and other half are breaking economics.

Ascending? Never saw that screen :D I never had to, as i wasn’t stuck. Game just became boring to me.

Real player with 49.3 hrs in game

TrainClicker Idle Evolution on Steam

Bunny Park

Bunny Park

It’s a simple clicker/idle game, but a very soothing and cute one. Really good for zoning out after a bad day. The point is less to optimise resources (since you hit a point of having enough currency for whatever you want relatively early) and more to decorate your park and collect the bunnies over time. So while there isn’t a ton to do other than decorate and marvel, that’s its selling point, in my opinion.

The dev updates every few months with cute seasonal decorations as well, which is to be commended. You can put Santa hats on your bunnies in the Northern Hemisphere winter, for example. :)

Real player with 7.4 hrs in game


Game Information

| 📦 Active Development? | ✅ Yes, recent activity |

| ⏱️ How Long to Beat | Main Story: 4 Hours

Main + Extra: –

Completionist: 4½ Hours |

| 🤓 SteamDB Score |

Real player with 7.0 hrs in game

Bunny Park on Steam



I didn’t quite expect to be re-reviewing this game, but I am glad I am able to give this game a positive review. After about a year of near radio silence from the devs, they updated the game, keeping the main gameplay loop of the old version, but adding quite a few new features and overall just made the game a much more enjoyable experience. If you had this game a year ago and are wondering if you should return to it, I’d definitely say yes. For anyone who never played the original version, but is looking for a short and sweet (roughly 20 hour) experience that combines both idle and base building gameplay, I’d say give it a go. The devs seem like they now intend on routinely updating the game, and as of this review that have been following through with their promise. One last thing before I end this review, if you do end up getting the game, you get to experience pretty much everything you can do in the game before you pass the two hour refund mark, so if you don’t enjoy it in the first two hours, you can know you probably won’t enjoy it and vis versa. I left my original review below if you’re interested on why I originally rated the game negatively.

Real player with 150.9 hrs in game

Fairly small and uncomplicated idle game.

Progress can be sped up by manually clicking, but it functions quite well on its own for quite a long time before more upgrades are needed to make more progress.

My one big problem with the game (at the time of release; this is an early access) is that there isn’t enough information behind some of the upgrades. Some upgrades will state a percentage, but not telling me if the bonus is additive or multiplicative with other upgrades on the same building. Speed increase upgrades are equally secret. No information on whether it reduces time by percentage or seconds. This makes it difficult to discern which upgrades are worth going for.

Real player with 103.5 hrs in game

Farmtale on Steam

Infinite Progression

Infinite Progression

I have no issues running the game. Don’t listen to those low TPS homers giving negative reviews. This game is oddly satisfying. Cheap, fun, simple, idler.

Real player with 52.6 hrs in game

Crashes on loading a game, even if you create a new game, play for 2 minutes and try and load.

Gameplay seems completely uninteresting as well from the hour I’ve actually played.

Real player with 4.0 hrs in game

Infinite Progression on Steam



I held off getting this game for a month as I was thinking, do I need a digital pet fishbowl? The answer is yes I did! Very cute and calming fish sim, I love how they make cute noises and do their own thing in the background as I do other tasks on my computer. Its nice, they keep me company! Would recommend if you like digital pets :)

Real player with 331.0 hrs in game

Nice little idle game with a nice design. Occasionally items would get stuck but it was quick enough for me to reset and get back to where I started.

Real player with 4.3 hrs in game

vissekom on Steam

Fluffy Cubed

Fluffy Cubed

Full disclosure: I got this on sale for .54 cents USD. It’s a cute sliding boxes puzzle game, where through the 60 levels I’ve played so far the easiest solution in the correct one. You do have to play the levels in order, and must complete one level to unlock the next one. There is no hint button, but you can redo a puzzle as many times as you like.

I’d recommend taking your time with your favorite beverage. Just enjoy the cute cat and listen to the music. Or turn that down and listen to whatever you like. Highly recommended for the cute cat and clean gameplay. No complicated mechanics here.

Real player with 2.3 hrs in game

A really simple, super chill, and squarely cute puzzle game. The game has a nice pace and was honestly not at a point where it’s so challenging you get frustrated. Some levels just need a bit of extra time (trying methods and predicting pathways). I would suggest this game for the wholesome design, pleasant atmosphere, and easy-run achievements. Quite a simple play through and review.

Real player with 1.9 hrs in game

Fluffy Cubed on Steam

Domino Sandbox

Domino Sandbox

Absolutely fab game, Even from the first 1 1/2 hour I have had joy in this game, moderately high physics and a great way to relax just watching all of the dominoes topple. It may be in early development but it’s great!

Real player with 3.0 hrs in game

A modest domino game, although with a few downsides:

No options tab to change anything, while this game doesn’t need options as much as other games, the idea is there.

Not sure how to make the dominos diagonal.

Can’t make the skybox itself change colors.

Ability to name save files.

Only 3 types of dominos, I’m sure the developer will add more soon.

There are probably a few more I could think of.

Here’s the pros:

Lightweight, only 32 megabytes if I recall.

Ability to stack dominos.

Undoing dominoes.

Real player with 0.7 hrs in game

Domino Sandbox on Steam