Space Box Battle Arena

Space Box Battle Arena

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Here comes Space Box Battle Arena - a place where you not only fight the enemy but also design and create your own spaceship for battle!

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The Game is currently under development, but most mechanics of gameplay is done!

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The unique combinations of action shooter and tower defense genres! Build your ship and salt down the enemy!

Machine guns, lasers, flamethrowers, harpoons, energy shields, black hole generators, hundreds of asteroids, and robots are waiting!

Сurrently, there are 14 maps, 3 types of shipbuilding blocks, 8 weapons, 7 devices, about 20 super weapons and 8 characters to play!

The exciting sandbox arena awaits! You want speed? Then build a compact ship with many engines. You need power? Put on a variety of weapons! You wish entirely indestructible ship with shields, repairing, and armor? You are welcome! Different blocks give different abilities, and their upgrading will increase your power!

3 different leagues of ships, 4 game modes, and randomized maps with various objects will make every battle full of epic and fun!

  • Build your own free-form battleship

  • A variety of weapons for any style of play

  • Many superpowers for a total mayhem

  • 8 unique characters to control your shuttle

  • 4 Game Modes + Play with Friends

  • Variety of maps for battles

  • 8 types of sudden deaths to quickly end the game

  • Stylish design and graphics

⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀Still in doubt? Now, quickly build your ship and advance into battle!

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Space Box Battle Arena on Steam

Rambo The Video Game + Baker Team DLC

Rambo The Video Game + Baker Team DLC

If you love Rambo and incredible ’80s action, then Rambo: The Video Game is exactly the game you’re looking for.

As soon as Rambo: The Video Game was announced, I was ecstatic. The trailer made the game seem like nothing but balls-to-the-walls action, recreating all the kick-ass Rambo shit that Rambo did in the Rambo movies. It was seemingly going to be everything I had ever wanted a Rambo game to be, going all the way back to 1988 when I spied the cover of the Rambo NES game and imagined what treasures the game might hold. That game did not live up to my internal hype, but Teyon’s Rambo: The Video Game didn’t just live up to my huge, unrealistic expectations, it shot an explosive arrow directly into their heart and machine-gunned them as they begged for mercy.

Real player with 31.6 hrs in game

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I am a huge fan of Rambo. I have read “First Blood,” and own all four movies. When this game was first released it flew under my radar until I saw it on a worst-of-2014 list of video games. Apparently it belonged to many worst-of-year lists. I had a PS3 (still do) and didn’t want to take up hard drive space downloading the Steam game, so I got the PS3 version instead for cheap just to see if it was that bad. I was pleasantly surprised that it followed very closely the storyline and atmosphere of the first three movies. I personally enjoy on-rails shooters and I quickly became addicted to this game! Amazingly despite the negative reviews the developers included a DLC, Baker Company, with the game two years after its release. Unfortunately they apparently sent it to the Playstation Store for upload but for one reason or another it never got posted online. I checked it earlier today: there is a version 1.01 patch but no Baker Company DLC available, and you apparently can’t even buy Rambo there anymore. :-(

Real player with 26.0 hrs in game

Rambo The Video Game + Baker Team DLC on Steam

41 Hours: Prologue

41 Hours: Prologue

Fun and unique fps with traits from Crysis and Bright Memory.

The official press info:

41 Hours - is a first-person shooter dramatic experience that follows the narrative of Ethan, a workaholic scientist in search of his long-lost wife.

Join his trip through the parallel universes and make those trying to stop you from getting back your love suffer.

You get to master devices that enhance you with super-human abilities:

• Telekinesis (mind manipulation of objects at distance) -

• Time manipulation (fast reaction over slow motion)

Real player with 3.6 hrs in game

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For me this game is more promising than other reviewers have found it. I’m not usually crazy about too much story line (too much for my taste in Crysis for eg) but with my favourite shooters going down the campaigns as thinly disguised survival scene after survival scene, where you face ever increasing and ultimately, pointless hordes of enemies to disguise a lack of imagination (think Doom Eternal - Ancient Gods, Serious Sam 4) this game strikes a nice balance for me. Sure there’s bugs, but there’s popular well established games out there with bugs that have never been ironed out. Happy to give this one a chance.

Real player with 3.2 hrs in game

41 Hours: Prologue on Steam

Beat the Nightmare – Evil Dreams Simulator VR

Beat the Nightmare – Evil Dreams Simulator VR

One day, your life changed completely – going to sleep has become something you dread. You get a horrible nightmare every time. The only way to stop them is to find an exit out of each. You are in for a number of terrifying experiences in virtual reality. Dreams have no limits… and you’re about to find out.


17 unique horror dreams in various settings. Visit a cemetery, castle or an underground bunker, walk through a creepy forest or travel to the future.

Relaxing activities – diving, hunting, street-walking and jamming at a disco.

Choose any dream – ideal for playing with friends or short VR story sessions.


More horror dreams, but also more relaxing locations and VR activities

Support for Oculus and other VR sets

Beat the Nightmare – Evil Dreams Simulator VR on Steam

Star Horizon

Star Horizon

It’s understandable why people would instantly compare this with Star Fox, the game that took on-rails space shooter to the next level back in the 90 ’s. But Star Horizon, despite being an on-rails shooter, controls and feels very different from Star Fox.

Star Horizon is a port of a mobile game, and was originally meant to be played with your finger on the screen, the ship itself works like an aiming reticule, so you need to have your ship aligned with the enemy to hit them, this, in the mobile phone, means you kinda have to hit the enemies with your finger, while in Star Fox the aiming reticule looks like it’s far in front of your ship, in Star Horizon it feels like it’s very close to your ship, so the ship moves instantly in relation to the aiming reticule, while in Star Fox, there’s a visible delay and the ship is not always necessarily at the same spot on the screen where the reticule is.

Real player with 8.6 hrs in game

Star Horizon is a new rails shooter releasing on Steam that’s actually a port of a mobile iOS game. But is the port any good and does it stand on it’s own playing the PC version on Steam? I’ve had a chance to test it for a few hours, so let’s find out in this first impression of Star Horizon.

Many would immediately compare Star Horizon to the old school Starfox Nintendo games mainly because there’s not a lot of rail shooters these days. Star Horizon is not a Starfox clone, it’s a sci fi shooter. There is a struggle between the Inter Galactic Corporation known as the Federation and the Rebel Alliance. You play as John a private pilot of the federation and your companion is Ellie the AI on your ship. Your role is to find out what’s really happening in this war.

Real player with 8.0 hrs in game

Star Horizon on Steam