Urban Mage

Urban Mage

Urban Mage is an action simulation game where you get to be the powerful mage, with the ability to cast fireball after fireball and cause chaos and destruction. The time is the 21st century, the place is a quiet small town. Your goal? Kill them all!

Play as a raging mage in a modern environment and catch all the citizens before the cops arrive and arrest you. Or kill the cops as well. Destroy the town. Don’t forget to look inside the houses. Find everyone. Jump on roofs, dash through the streets and use all your powers.

Be aware though that even you are not invincible and the cops have powerful weapons you are not familiar with - guns.


  • action combat system and fast-paced gameplay as well as the possibility to play as a subtle stealth ninja-mage!

  • blood, blood, and more blood - don’t play the game if you are weak on your stomach!

  • stylized and beautiful art style - it is a joy to look at it, at least until you spill blood everywhere

Coming up soon:

  • different play modes including the open-world experience, timed arenas, and unique challenges

  • various difficulty settings and modifiers to tailor the game for you

  • Steam achievements and leaderboard - because everyone wants to be the best

What will probably never come:

  • story mode - who needs a story when one can be a mage … and create your own violent story!

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Urban Mage on Steam



For the developer of KeeperRL thanks for making a great game.

My impressions from playing the game about 1 ~ 2 years ago versus today (I haven’t played for 1-2 years waiting for the game to be finished but recently played it again).

Rating 1~2 years ago: 9/10

Sandbox dungeon keeper freaking awesome and satisfying exploration and village pillaging.

Powerful and fun spells that allow you to mess with the NPC’s and dominate the map.

Left feeling satisfied when you close the game because you felt like a powerful warlock/wizard dungeon keeper.

Real player with 119.1 hrs in game

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KeeperRL at it’s very base is a Roguelike, in which you take on the role of a “Keeper”, who’s job is to build a dungeon and maintain it, all the while encouraging monsters to come to your dungeon. There’s a handful of monsters and they all fill a role.

People have been comparing it to stuff, such as Dwarf Fortress and while I can see how it’d be easy to compare KeeperRL to that game, the reality is, it’s not nearly as deep, complex or polished as Dwarf Fortress; it’s no comparison at all. This statement still stands even after a the updates given to the game.

Real player with 79.9 hrs in game

KeeperRL on Steam

Age of Fear: The Undead King GOLD

Age of Fear: The Undead King GOLD

Very well crafted game, especially for a small indie dev. While this has elements of a fantasy rpg (spellcasting units, magical items, fighting “monsters”, etc.) it is an excellent turn-based tactics game. Each of the factions that you can play feels unique and requires different tactics to win battles. The stories can be hit and miss, sometimes they are funny and compelling, other times just ho-hum, but that is par for the course in even AAA games from my experience. Possibly the most impressive thing of all is the prompt, thoughtful replies that the dev, Les, provides to questions and comments on the discussion board. I bought the whole works in their “Stay at Home” bundle for about $20 and I have had more fun with this game than many titles I have bought for 2-3X as much and I still have plenty of content left to explore. GREAT WORK!!! Support indie games–buy this now!

Real player with 415.4 hrs in game

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Never judge a book by its cover. I was very surprised when found this diamond among many of indie-games. Nice design is pleasing to the eyes, great music, very nice story line, which is voiced in the form of a fantasy story - all that are creates the atmosphere of the game, that very addictive and don’t let you go. Very nice Turn-based fights like Heroes or Kings Bounty series. You can proceed main story or play random fights to raise your hero and troops. HUGE amount of artifacts and items. Random encounters with rewards and traps. If you like hardcore you can choose “Death Seeker” difficulty, that gives a huge challenge to every experienced player. You even can choose option “Items for troops” and gear them with artefacts, that can break difficulty but also can give a new experience for playing.

Real player with 124.2 hrs in game

Age of Fear: The Undead King GOLD on Steam

Evil Genius 2: World Domination

Evil Genius 2: World Domination

–-{ 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 127.3 hrs in game

Great take on the original, but could be much better

I played the original game when it first came out. I still remember playing it as a teenager. I loved that game, I played it so many times across many years.

Even after uninstalling, if I come across it again I will play it again. That’s how good it was. It was funny, it was logical, it was quirky, it had mod support and overall entertaining.

When Evil Genius 2 came out, I was super excited to play it again as I thought it would be much better than the original but it was missing a few vital quirks that would’ve made it better.

Real player with 120.9 hrs in game

Evil Genius 2: World Domination on Steam



05/26/2018: I could say I’m surprised by the negative reviews, but since it’s Steam, I’m saddly not. Let me start by saying I have as yet to experience any of the “game breaking” bugs in this “unplayable game” some other people have and I’ve got a lot more hours in than most of the negative reviewers. I suppose it’s possible I’m expectionally lucky and got the one magical copy of the game that was bug free. More likely - based on having read the complaints in the forum - those suffering major issues are due to corrupted files or compatability issues. Are their glitches? Yes, but the one’s I"ve experienced are, frankly, minor and superficial things. Stuff like doors and traps facing the wrong way when placed. In my personal experience they still work and autocorrrected themselves after the first time the’re used.

Real player with 190.0 hrs in game

The game is good and all. Its idea and such.

Here’s the thing. It says as a released version. Unfortunately, it isn’t. It’s very much in early access.. update is slow, very slow. Devs don’t listen to its playerbase.

I don’t think it’s a bug, coz a bug in a code works “somewhat”. In this game functions don’t really work! Their way of thinking is like this. “Meh, this’ll do” or somewhere along the line.

In example..

1.Battery’s don’t work, it doesn’t really store electricity as intended.

2.Hidden wall/door(a door only for ur minions.), Heroes and victims walk on them like normal doors regardless if scared or not.

Real player with 55.1 hrs in game

MachiaVillain on Steam



A fun game that is definitely in early access.

Edited: 7/30/2021. The game has been significantly changed since I posted my first review, and its' unfortunately not all for the better.

The Good:

  • Villagers have been overhauled significantly, and their interactions with each other and the world are much more interesting. They earn money to buy resources, have more robust individual trades, craft items, and all sorts of other fun stuff.

  • The way monsters are used has been vastly improved. Rather than just spawning them next to a villager and letting them have at it, they are formed into parties, led by one of your demons, to accomplish a specific purpose. Marauder parties from the marauder building break stuff and attack villagers to sow chaos, snatching parties kidnap villagers or monsters for imprisonment, and defense parties protect your base full-time. It’s a bit monotonous to reform the parties repeatedly if you make heavy use of them, but this alone has made Ravager a lot more fun.

Real player with 36.0 hrs in game

UPDATE: hot damn, that’s one hell of an update. 10/10 guys, very cool.

At first, I thought this was the “Devil Simulator” I’ve always wanted. But the longer I played, the more frustrated I became with this game. I’ll start with the Good things, follow up with the Bad, and leave you with my suggestions for improvement.

The Good

-The AI is tremendously well made, just as advertised. Each NPC has different traits, different relationships with other NPC’s, and adjusts it’s behavior over time as it interacts with the other NPC’s. The level of care and attention that went into this facet of the game is dumbfounding, considering this is, at it’s core, “God Simulator meets Sim City”. As an example, if you turn enough villagers into vampires or cultists, they can split off and form their own societies.

Real player with 23.7 hrs in game

Ruinarch on Steam

John, The Zombie

John, The Zombie

Picked this game up in a sale. I like zombie games, and liked the idea of playing as a zombie. Reminded me of Stubbs the Zombie. Saw a lot of reviews mentioned a lot of bugs. Saw that the developer acknowledges the bugs, even jokes that some of them add to the fun of the game.

I’m glad I took the risk. I’m not having game breaking problems with bugs. The camera can be awkward at times, zooming up close and then away again, or fixing behind walls. And there are no options to invert the y-axis, which I personally prefer.

Real player with 6.1 hrs in game

I wanted to like this and I do, it’s fun and a great concept and could be such a great game, the problem is too many bugs just feels unfinished and poorly put together, what a shame, it’s way too expensive for low gfx and stodgy game play.

You have to keep restarting it as vomit and attack do nothing after a while, the riding side game to collect 3 rings does nothing but a plain field and countdown timer? WTF!

The menu items disappear making it impossible to save the game or quit……….alt + F4 to quit then……..

Real player with 5.9 hrs in game

John, The Zombie on Steam

Pig Skater Simulator

Pig Skater Simulator


I don’t even know where to start this description. So, this pig just managed to escape from the lab. It seems that something activated in its brain in the face of danger and it became supe intelligent and it learnt to… skate? Yeah, it just grabbed a skateboard and started riding around like it’s this porky porks second nature. And, you know what? This pig got some sick moves, bruh. It can do flips, spins, ollies and all the wicked stuff! Some people say it was even seen in the skateshop buying new boards and stuff.

How does it pay for it’s stylish looks? I heard this pig just loves pearls. That’s why it destroys everything on it’s way! Of course it’s a common knowledge that when you smash stuff around, pearls start to fall out. You really didn’t know that? Oh, and when you observe the pig it feels like it’s doing all this stuff on a purpose and with some kind of a plan. Like it’s doing some kind of missions I’d say, you feel me? Maybe that’s why it trashed all of the tables in the restaurants around for example…

Besides the pearls it also gathers up points by doing those quote on quote “missions” and collecting pearls and crashing stuff. Yeah, I know the pigs don’t know how to count… usually. But it’s got a specialized app for that on it’s mobile phone. How does it even use mobile phone is beyond me, but believe me – it does.

Oh, no… oh no, it found a jetpack! This certainly won’t end well. Oh the mayhem, the destruction!

Game features:

  • You’re a pig

  • Pig on a skateboard

  • There’s a jetpack too

  • Make ruckus and be happy as a pig in a clover!

Pig Skater Simulator on Steam

Untitled Goose Game

Untitled Goose Game

This game is, in all honesty, really enjoyable and I have played it many times. As a goose, I could do a lot more than just the storyline. I’ve finished the game twice now, and I always keep working towards getting those extra goals done. Some parts, such as delivering the golden bell home, were a bit difficult, but never too bad. Overall, this is a great game and I recommend it!

Real player with 1335.0 hrs in game

A fun game to play with your small children, mine’s 4. it’s a bit mischievious but that’s the worst of it. I’d say it’s fun for all ages. I wish I could find more games that were actually fun for my son’s age that we could play co-op together on pc.

Real player with 46.9 hrs in game

Untitled Goose Game on Steam

Destroy All Humans!

Destroy All Humans!

Short and sweet. Unlike crypto, who’s short angry and not green.

The attention to detail is pretty incredible in some areas.

They fixed all the issues i had on launch other than a couple situations where frames tank. I hope they do them all and do them at least this well

! Even Big Willy.

Real player with 33.0 hrs in game

I have loads of memories playing DaH as a kid on the PS2, this remaster keeps what made the original so fun whilst also modernising aspects that wouldn’t have held up today. Looking forward to DaH 2.

Real player with 21.5 hrs in game

Destroy All Humans! on Steam