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

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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

Home Wind

Home Wind

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A Minimalist, Relaxing and Cozy…

… game that allows you to build large settlements in no time!

Plan Strategically…

… to get high prosperity points, allowing you to scale the settlement further.

Let your creativity loose…

… in a grid-less procedurally generated world and spend a chill evening building something that pleases your mind.

If you are considering downloading Home Wind, is important to know that the game does not have the deep systems or mechanics that you might expect from a classic RTS or city-builder.

Home Wind aims to simply make your spare time more pleasant and relaxing. Just sit somewhere comfy and create your home settlement 🧡🧡🧡

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Home Wind on Steam



Good graphics, smooth gameplay, and overall enjoyable experience. Can’t wait to see what comes next!

Real player with 1.5 hrs in game

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This game is really fun i like how you can traverse a different world and if you want you can try to do tricks by ramming into stuff to shoot you into the sky or throw yourself into a crater(of course all of that might be fixed in later updates but hey its fun while it lasts)

Real player with 0.9 hrs in game

LowPolyExplorer on Steam



At the time of this rating, I have around 6 hours of playtime, overall very good game, the developer is amazing and always keeps up with updates and the community is very nice! Hope to see where this game goes in the future!

Real player with 15.2 hrs in game

its great.

if you download this game to its current state in developement, you may think its a bit boring over time, but still if you are creative, its a game with unlimited ways to play it.

this game is in early access, i was beta tester and even though there is a quite limiting amount of bricks to this point, this game has an extreme potential, and also Nat, the developer, always tries to implement community ideas and really cares what the communiy thinks, wich for me is an extreme positive effect.

Real player with 5.6 hrs in game

BricksVR on Steam

Musical Balls

Musical Balls

Make music, sounds, and light shows in this sandbox creation game using physics and time to produce the sounds and music you’d like, or put your mind to the challenge of taking on twenty seven different challenges in our handmade puzzle levels.

Musical Balls on Steam

Flower Design Ⅱ

Flower Design Ⅱ

Such a lovely relaxing flower simulator game which allows you to create beautiful and different kinds of flowers.

Real player with 5.4 hrs in game

A lovely game, it’s nice and relaxing. If you like arranging flowers, this niche game is probably perfect for you!

Even if not, give it a try, it’s only $3 and you might just enjoy it!

Real player with 3.5 hrs in game

Flower Design Ⅱ on Steam



Ai is not good enough but i really liked the game because of building and commanding systems. And the main idea is so cool!

Real player with 8.1 hrs in game

The game looks amazing and promising!, i really liked it, the art, the base system and the music are amazing!

Real player with 6.6 hrs in game

Unrect on Steam

Block Machine

Block Machine

Block Machine is a difficult yet poorly explained programming puzzle that combines the joy of doing homework for computer science class with the eerie satisfaction of toying around with Redstone in Minecraft.

In Block Machine, you build machines from blocks (who would have guessed!) to solve a variety of programming tasks. Block Machine’s programming model is unique: Blocks are both code and data, and all computation happens in parallel. Von Neumann would have loved this.

15+ Different Block Types to Explore

How many different ways can you find to use the basic arrow blocks? Or maybe you fancy the charged battery blocks? Wrap your head around the different capabilities and use them to build the smallest and fastest Block Machine.

25+ Challenging levels, ranging from HARD to REALLY HARD

Solve difficult programming puzzles in this Turing tarpit. Can you beat the global highscore in any of the three categories?

A Sandbox mode to mess around to your heart’s content

Build that 1000 block machine your dreamt about last night. Or don’t. It’s a sandbox!

Block Machine on Steam

Flower Design

Flower Design

In the brief time since FLOWER DESIGN was first released, it has blossomed into something rare. It is obvious that this DEV has a love for beauty (as well as desire to share it), and that love is what motivated him to embark on this project. But he also created something of beauty that encompasses game concepts (and even achievements now!)

When FLOWER DESIGN first launches, few components of flower arraigning are available. The player has a single pot, and very few flowers and accessory plants. The player can select a background, and the related lighting and shadows. At first, I considered that this might be a detriment for appealing to the more impatient of today’s gamers. To actually REQUIRE numerous finished arrangements to be “sold” into the game, to collect game currency in order to access more pots and plants? Would players be willing to wait, and work, to produce more elaborate arrangements, after starting off with possibilities so simple and basic?

Real player with 11.6 hrs in game

I play this game when I’m supposed to be going to bed but not ready to get off electronics yet. It’s very simple, you pick flowers for a pot and can change just about all the parameters for the flowers and pot, then sell your creation when you’re done; the more parameters you’ve edited, the more it sells for. This game works perfectly on a touch screen tablet, and is pretty relaxing, except for the fireworks sounds when you sell an arrangement.

My major complaint about this game is not being able to move plants around in the pot. There’s a “pose” button that will change their location and direction at random, but sometimes plants will just stay stubbornly clustered away from one corner of the pot. Add the ability to move plants instead of all the other edits the developer is making to this game, and get rid of the fireworks sound, and it would be perfect!

Real player with 3.8 hrs in game

Flower Design on Steam

Physics Cake

Physics Cake

I was just checking to see what it does and its fun. If you are bored give it a try.

Real player with 7.9 hrs in game

Physics cake is a wonderfull physic engine type of game. I have played the game for a few hours now and enjoyed every minute of that experience. The many achievements was a huge plus for me given the fact that i am an achievement hunter. I personal kinda wish there were more (variety of item types to interact with on the screen; However given the scope of the game and its intentions, my request ( is selfish and nitpicky at best). Now that i am thinking about it i would have liked to seen a cake item buried somewhere in the game , even if didnt “functional properly”. (*given fact that the game involves cake in the name).

Real player with 4.0 hrs in game

Physics Cake on Steam