Brick Rigs

Brick Rigs

ATTENTION: Brick Rigs is NOT a Lego game.

If you are here looking for a ‘Lego simulator’, then this game is not for you. It used to be like that, but the game has changed a lot since it launched. The currently posted trailers and screenshots are several years old and no longer accurately represent the game. Since the introduction of clipping (ability to build creations with intersecting bricks) and scalables (generic geometric shapes without the iconic Lego-esque notches which can be stretched to any size), the community has shifted towards a generic blocky aesthetic more akin to Roblox or Stormworks. Take a look in the most popular section of the workshop to see for yourself.

Real player with 3728.8 hrs in game

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–-{ Graphics }—

☐ You forget what reality is

☑ Beautiful

☐ Good

☐ Decent

☐ Bad

☐ Don‘t look too long at it


—{ Gameplay }—

☐ Very good

☑ Good

☐ It’s just gameplay

☐ Mehh

☐ Watch paint dry instead

☐ Just don’t

—{ Audio }—

☐ Eargasm

☑ Very good

☐ Good

☐ Not too bad

☐ Bad

☐ I’m now deaf

—{ Audience }—

☑ Kids

☑ Teens

☑ Adults

☐ Grandma

—{ PC Requirements }—

☐ Check if you can run paint

☐ Potato

☐ Decent

☑ Fast

☐ Rich boi

☐ Ask NASA if they have a spare computer

—{ Difficulty }—

Real player with 107.8 hrs in game

Brick Rigs on Steam

Disney Infinity 3.0: Gold Edition

Disney Infinity 3.0: Gold Edition

This game has a lot of different things to keep you busy with. There are 6 campaigns you can play, 3 of them are Star Wars themed, one is Inside Out themed, and then there is like a dungeon crawler with Disney, Marvel and Star Wars content. The Star Wars campaigns are pretty well done. I did not enjoy the Inside Out campaign as much, which focused more on platforming and there was some match 3 puzzle elements in it as well. The final toybox is a racing themed.

There are many collectibles/achievements/challenges within the game that you can really sink a lot of hours into if you wished. I would recommend doing the ToyBox Hub and the campaigns before getting into the building content in the game so that way you unlock different toys and a lot of blue sparks to purchase more things.

Real player with 75.7 hrs in game

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Pros -

  • The stories I played through in this, for example the Star Wars stories, were very well made and actually had decent writing. You can beat all 3 Star Wars stories in about 10 - 15 hours if you just focus the story stuff, but by enjoying the huge amount of side quests and challenges you can easily get 40 - 45 hours out of those alone.

  • Really charming graphics, all very refined.

  • Tonnes of music tracks to pick from, the Disney classics and newer stuff we all know and love.

  • The toy box is incredibly fun and has a tonne of depth, the amount of things you can make is just crazy. A few examples is battle arenas against 100s of enemies, 1v1 duel rings, escort missions, race tracks, platforming…so much to make!

Real player with 75.0 hrs in game

Disney Infinity 3.0: Gold Edition on Steam

PAW Patrol Mighty Pups Save Adventure Bay

PAW Patrol Mighty Pups Save Adventure Bay

4 year old paw patrol fan is enjoying it. It has the paw paw boogie, minigames from the missions are available to be replayed from the menu, all missions are cooperative (both characters are needed to complete them but both characters are also playable from one controller by changing them, kind of like Lego games, in case you are playing single). Overall fun game to enjoy with our kids :)

Keep in mind the second player can join after completing a bit of a tutorial from the first mission. Then second player press start and joins.

Real player with 27.1 hrs in game

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sometimes the dialogue has to be skipped with pressing “A”, and sometimes you just have to wait.

at the end of every mission you have to press “Y” to continue, and then “A” from there on out. ridiculous.

they can probably get away with making such a terrible game because they know there’s no other paw patrol games out there.

Real player with 23.9 hrs in game

PAW Patrol Mighty Pups Save Adventure Bay on Steam

Disney Infinity 1.0: Gold Edition

Disney Infinity 1.0: Gold Edition

Insert obvious Disney Infinity Finite joke here!

PROS: The game controls well for a standard brawler/racing game. Both sets of controls feel tight, leaving little room for error in actions. The variety of the Play Sets is also a nice touch, jumping from the Incredibles super city to the Lone Ranger’s old west, from Toy Story’s star command to Monster’s University campuses. Story progression is rather straight forward, with most telling their own tale, a detail to hook those who have already seen the movies these come from, while keeping the music from each one. The Toy Box also is easy to build in, and the right creative minds can build off of it.

Real player with 41.4 hrs in game

This game is worth it, I bought it in the pack ( Disney infinity gold collection ).

People complain " theres no multiplayer " boo-fůcking-hoo people give negative critizisim over tiny little things that dont matter in the grand scheme of it, especially on the 2.0 and 3.0 versions of disney infinity

at 20 hours of gameplay ( had 20 hours of gameplay when writing this ) and created a huge cave/maze, battle arena ( its got delayed fireworks so when you walk into the arena fireworks go off, the crowd cheers and enemy spawn in every 10 seconds ) and finished monsters inc playset ( main missions )

Real player with 34.7 hrs in game

Disney Infinity 1.0: Gold Edition on Steam

Handy Machines VR

Handy Machines VR

These little puzzles sure get complicated pretty quickly. For $3, it has a lot of content and good quality, and it appears that the developer is quick to fix any bugs. I have not found any bugs as of yet.

Real player with 0.8 hrs in game

THis is pretty likeable. Very very indie.

Real player with 0.7 hrs in game

Handy Machines VR on Steam

My Universe - Interior Designer

My Universe - Interior Designer

Paint colours, furnishings, style, interior design, you choose each and every detail.

Talk to your clients to find out more about the hopes, dreams and preferences they have for their homes. You’re going to have to renovate their houses and complete the mission objectives to satisfy their needs. The happier they are with your work, the more your notoriety and level will increase! Gradually, you’ll unlock new items, styles, decorative possibilities and bigger projects.

During your adventure, you can play in 2 different modes: renovation mode where you can change the structure of the house by knocking down or putting up walls, taking up wooden or tiled flooring, painting, changing the wall coverings, fixing the electrics or adding new water inlets.

You can also switch to decoration mode where you can choose and position the furnishings, plants, rugs, wallpaper, curtains, etc. It’s up to you to add real character to the house. And if you want, you’ll have the chance to work on your own projects! Choose the structure of your house: apartment, studio, house or duplex and decorate it however you like.

Over to you now. Pick up your brushes and toolkit and get decorating to create the most inviting and stylish homes possible.


  • Man or woman, personalise and name your character and set up your agency. It’s up to you to write your own story.

  • Renovate, transform and decorate your clients' homes based on their personality and complete the objectives to improve.

  • Play mini-games based on renovation work.

  • Unlock new items and decorative styles as you level-up and design your own home.

  • Discover a wide variety of styles, wall and floor coverings and a range of furnishings to express your creativity.

My Universe - Interior Designer on Steam



I don’t write reviews often, but this game is fantastic and I hope it gains more attention. I saw someone create an animation about this game, and I’m so glad I decided to check the game out. It’s simple but very calming and fun. Not to mention, it’s being updated pretty often. Also worth noting that the community in the discord server is very kind, willing to help out on anyone struggling to get achievements, and answer questions.


Real player with 21.1 hrs in game

the best game ever

Real player with 17.9 hrs in game

Wobbledogs on Steam

Planet Coaster

Planet Coaster

I’ve been playing Planet Coaster since the alpha was released, and followed its development ever since. This game offers in my opinion the most in-depth and player-friendly simulation of theme park management, with its vast variety of scenarios, missions, building styles, rides and coasters. It has managed to age quite well, especially considering that in a few days it will reach its FIVE-YEAR aniversary! I’ve also bought a few of the DLCs, and i can guarantee that most of them add even more creative possibilities and depth to the gameplay.

Real player with 395.8 hrs in game

The base game feels empty and incomplete (because it is) and you’re expected to buy expansions to expand on the available scenery objects and rides. It’s an expensive model and although you can make some pretty cool stuff in this game, it ultimately is over priced and gameplay can be very tedious.

Real player with 149.4 hrs in game

Planet Coaster on Steam

Scribblenauts Unlimited

Scribblenauts Unlimited

Scribblenauts is my religion

In my opinion the best game ever made, who needs ultra hd graphics when you have infinite creativity, replayability, bugs that are crazy fun but dont break the game, a beautiful ost, a not so active but beautiful community and some puns here and there?

The content never ends, i’ve been playing this game almost since its release and i still find new features.

It doesnt matter who you are, if you know how to read and spell you will have fun with this game. Adults will have fun trying to destroy everything and children will have fun with the game itself. Of course everyone will have fun for its own reasons but im just saying everyone will enjoy it.

Real player with 369.0 hrs in game

SCRIBBLENAUTS UNLIMITED — Final Rating: 8/10 = Good!

Graphics: 3

☐ Renders the game fully or nearly unplayable. (Horrible = 1)

☐ Does not meet the expectations of the genre. (Bad = 2)

🗹 Meets the expectations of the genre. (Average = 3)

☐ Exceeds the expectations of the genre. (Good = 4)

☐ Sets a new standard for the genre. (Amazing = 5)

Gameplay: 5

☐ Not present, or the game is unplayable due to fatal bugs. (Horrible = 1)

☐ Present and playable, yet boring, unfun, or too short. (Bad = 2)

☐ Is average in quality yet is too predictable or uncreative. (Average = 3)

Real player with 36.6 hrs in game

Scribblenauts Unlimited on Steam

Zoo Tycoon: Ultimate Animal Collection

Zoo Tycoon: Ultimate Animal Collection

At first, it may seem like a very boring game. Which it did.

I got this game in January 2019, and I started properly playing it almost a year later. I’m honestly disappointed I didn’t get into the game earlier.

When you start playing the campaigns, they seem very easy and boring-ish. Well, honestly, they are boring at times. Usually just waiting around for the money to go up.

The online-part is of course GREAT when playing with friends. The game isn’t entirely polished, and that just makes it more fun.

Real player with 39.0 hrs in game

When you look at this game in relation to it’s predecessors, it absolutely feels like a downgrade. While the visuals are absolutely stunning by comparison, the tools needed to customise your zoo and make it your own are completely missing - something that is an absolute staple in the park management genre.

Zoo building is ‘modular’ - that is, rather than building up your zoo piece-by-piece and placing fences, paths, trees, etc etc. yourself as you would like it, you build up your zoo by placing down pre-built ‘modules’ such as animal enclosures, food & drinks stands, plazas, and the like. Where in the original instalments to the Zoo Tycoon series the design of your animal enclosures was completely up to you, in this game you are left with only preset, premade enclosures of varying sizes to put your animals in, with the only customisable features being the placement of animal care items - which, even then, can only be placed on a limited number of predetermined ‘slots’ in the enclosure. Mini-exhibits have no such slots and are simply placed as-is. You cannot change the building itself, for example, the colour is preset. The customisation is limited down to which benches and plants you place down in the customisation slots (again, predetermined) on that building, which are clearly themed and you will likely only have one or two options that fit the theme of your zoo. You can at least change up the theming by changing the style of the walls, trees, and paths on each module in your park, and this can be done globally or on individual sections.

Real player with 18.5 hrs in game

Zoo Tycoon: Ultimate Animal Collection on Steam