FTL: Faster Than Light
It’s cheap, it’s fun, there’s lots of different ways to play. There’s lots of mods that add tons more content. Easily one of the funnest games I’ve played.
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My favourite strategy game of all time. 99% of your losses will come down to your misplays/poor decisions. Losing always sucks but you’ll usually learn something new
I loved the game. Challenging and with perfect level progression. The game has good effects and particles. Congrats to the devs!
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Power of Ten
What if you took Asteroids, expanded on the gameplay, and gave it a graphics update? that’s Power of Ten. Well-done pixel graphics, good sound effects, and simple but fun gameplay.
The game has little scenarios*, random maps, and weapons pickups, so reminds me a tiny bit of FTL: Faster Than Light, which is nice (I may be a little biased but I love anything like FTL). Power of Ten is made by one guy, and he’s very active on development and feedback in the PoT community which is something I really love seeing. always a good sign.
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Its a fine game. But play space is empty. Just a few planets, astroids, and thats it. Would love you see maybe a passing ship in the background or something to make it move lively. I know its space but come on.
Significant slowdowns and lag may turn people off.
NEEDS multiple updates!
Other than that it makes you feel like a true starfighter. Ships handle great and combat is cool. If its on sale buy it, because itll be a solid game in a while.
I’m enjoying Solar Rogue much more than I was expecting. You keep your ship’s energy up so you can convert and craft upgrades. Move through sectors of space looking for more. Crew management is place holder at this time but will hopefully be added during early access.
Sputnik is an indie arcade space game where player needs to repair old Soviet Union space settlements. It’s a single player game with cyberpunk style graphics and real retro feel. Gameplay is based on old school games from 1980’s and 1990’s with lives and permadeath.
Player needs to explore abandon settlement in space and fix electricity, oxygen and water generators and make the settlement inhabitable. Explore the settlement and find materials to fix generators and upgrade your space ship to face the challenge!
Explore and survive: Explore the settlements and find pickups, repair the generators and try to survive.
Upgrade your ship: Player can upgrade his ship on the start of each level. Ship is being upgraded with scraps left from previous level.
Upgrade your weapon: Weapon can be upgraded as well. Increase fire rate and ammo capacity with scraps.
Use mods for better gaming experience: Game supports mods. Player can set default values from simple text file.
Exceptional Soundtrack: Music and sounds are influenced by classic 8-bit, synth wave and ambience music.
There are multiple levels and each level is generated semi-procedurally to give a bit different experience on each gameplay. It is also possible to mod different properties of player and game.
[This is an updated review. Original was Not Recommended, due to the game only allowing the player to control ship rotation.]
The new version adds an option for letting the player choose when to thrust or fire weapons, and with that new control scheme, I can change this review to Recommended.
It’s a very slow-paced take on Asteroids that trades off twitch action for careful planning of your ship’s maneuvering and attacks. There are still a few things that could use some tweaking, but for the most part, it’s a nice diversion that can be almost relaxing… until the drones start showing up to spoil the day, anyway.
Good game but I had to restart my computer to close. Also hard to control at first, but everyone who sees this the game is awesome and the creator is very kind. Also thanks to kings guard games for sending me the code.
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The advertisement videos shows gameplay that isn’t consistent with the actual choices/options/theme of the game. Buyer beware. Other than that, it’s a simplistic wanna-be “FTL”, but its not. It could be good for small children who just barely know how to read. In fact, it should come with an expected player age of 7 years old. This isn’t insult or malice, I just think that the target audience should be an upfront aspect shown to the buyer.
This is a neat game. It combines some travel elements of FTL with combat similar to a pared-down Gratuitous Space Battles. There’s some resource management, cardplay to influence battles, and satisfying meta-progression. It’s worth checking out
Real Man Got 100 | 是男人上100层
REAL MAN can go up to 100 floors!
Do you dare to play?
It’s a game of strategy & act & difficult, leisure and comedy.
At the same time, this mini-sadistic game
Perhaps in the near future, through painstaking practice
You will become a real man!
In the game, you just need to click the left mouse button to suffer smoothly.
With the efforts of our development team, we have not succeeded in men!
It’s really hard to get 100 floors.
There are 21 lovely characters in the game waiting for you to unlock them.
The game was very exciting. I really liked the view from above. I also really liked the graphics. When playing games with a top view, you can expect the worst. So who is interested in this type of games, download and immerse yourself in the world of video games.
Space Porter is a puzzle game, simple in execution, it will not be difficult for children to play, but it trains memory well
this game sucks fucking dick you cant even complete the first stage fucking ripoff
Dangerous Planet is a “template flip”, that is to say, it’s a “game” that has been produced by copying a game template from GameMaker Studio, changing a few things, then dumping the barely functional “product” on Steam as a cheap, nasty cash grab. In this case it was a GameMaker Studio template for doing a planetary/gravity/physics puzzle, Advanced Planet Platformer by actual developer, NicolaiGD. The “developer” then slapped on a few retro pixel planet images, probably ripped off from an asset pack.