Orbital - first person sci-fi survival horror. You are one of the last, (or maybe last) crew member. Your mission is to find out what is going on and get out from the spaceship. Will you survive, or not, will depends only on you.

You are an ordinary member of an expedition to explore new worlds. Your responsibilities include maintaining the ship’s subsystems and maintaining the working equipment. After another expedition to the surface of the nearest planet, you began to notice some oddities in the behavior of an electrician. But you blame this on the unexplored effects of exposure and the electromagnetic field of the new world. And one day you wake up as usual. But nothing else is normal on your ship.

Can you be smart and get off the ship that has turned from home to your worst nightmare?

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Features of the game

Several unique types of monsters

You will not feel safe in any corner of the ship. Only by getting used to one situation in the world can you unexpectedly find yourself in another. And what worked before may now be useless. Can you adapt?

The same spaceship - a different place

The location of the items changes and the available rooms change after each failure.

Different scenarios

Explore the ship, collect notes about the last moments of the life of the crew and find a way to get out of there.

Dangers and Opportunities

Using the work tool, discover new places and previously inaccessible areas. You don’t have a chance to confront your enemy directly. But you can distract and run away. If you’re careful

Death is the loss of everything

If you are lost, this is the end. When you die, you will start the game from the beginning. On a different ship, in a different situation. Another person. Good luck.

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The ORBITAL on Steam



Deadnaut provides a lot of creepy atmosphere, fun and replayability.

When I bought Dreadnaut and entered the game, I didn’t expect much based on the trailers available. It seemed just like all those top-down squad RTS games, which there are hundreds of. It was only 10 euros, so I decided to jump it and test it out.

I immediately reached out for the character creation. I’ve always been one for creating my own party/character, since the game experience feels a lot more personal. The character creation has two minor bugs, which I did not realize were bugs until I read the forums for a tutorial on character creation. The bugs:

Real player with 20.9 hrs in game

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In one campaign your fighting off waves of fast moving xenomorphs, through the flurry of fast moving xeno’s you see one of your men get dragged away through a airlock. Yet in another campaign you may be contending with the possessed remains of a former crew driven insane by unknown artifacts, behemoths throwing your soldiers around as artifacts obscure your command and control with horrifying visions of death and torture.

Deadnaut’s is a game that wants to immerse you in its universe. Your hud looks akin to something from a WW2 submarine simulation and your control over your soldiers is sketchy at the best of times. There are a large amount of things to take into consideration with Deadnaut’s and many ways for those under your command to come to harm or die, this may be the one area the game faulters in. It is a real time tactical squad based game, essentially a rogue like.

Real player with 20.8 hrs in game

Deadnaut on Steam

Problem Here

Problem Here

Bags of potential, had quite some fun with a few friends last night.

Needs some further development though, ran into some minor bugs.

Check out how to play in the community hub video section, I posted a 3 minute video there.

Real player with 3.0 hrs in game

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A bad copy of Among Us, most of the stuff didn’t seem to work. No info on how to do half the stuff. Game Needs a lot of work still.

Real player with 0.3 hrs in game

Problem Here on Steam

Ayumi: Enhanced Edition

Ayumi: Enhanced Edition

my mommy comes into my room at night and puts ointment on my sores

Real player with 17.6 hrs in game

Ayumi: Enhanced Edition is a great little game. I purchased this in January shortly after the 2.55 update, and was pleasantly surprised at how well this title is put together. The game makes heavy use of pre-made assets, but it does so in a way that builds an atmosphere of horror and suspence. The scares are spaced out in such a way that the game builds up a sense of dread, and then does something shocking, which made me jump more than a couple of times. As far as content, there’s a lot of game here. You can finish this title in about an hour or so, but there’s so many little things to find, as well as alternate endings. The game’s story is interesting, and is sprinkled with bits of Lovecraftian mythos, which really helps to set the stage. This product is well worth the asking price, and the creator Lord Rutsah has put a lot of love into this title, and it shows.

Real player with 6.2 hrs in game

Ayumi: Enhanced Edition on Steam



Take over the tasks of an astronaut in “RULES OF GRAVITY” either alone or with a space friend. Explore space and repair the space station, because you don’t know what else is coming.

Visit our Discord for regular updates and insights into the development.


Singleplayer or Multiplayer?

Both! You will be able to play missions either alone or with a Space friend.


Yes, you can play with controller or mouse and keyboard.




A flotilla of three space arks set off for a distant planet.

An emergency has occurred on your ark: the entire team has been infected with a mysterious virus, and the life support’s are damaged.

Trying to save the dying ship, artificial intelligence brings the first colonist out of suspended animation.

Starless is a stealth action game where you as colonists make your way through the gloomy corridors of the space ark. Your main allies are caution and prudence.

If the colonist dies, the next one will take his place, but the number of people on board is limited. Each death is a serious threat to the flotilla’s mission, as a small number of people will not be able to establish a colony on a distant planet.

You are assisted by Aurora, the ark’s artificial intelligence. Her goal is to save the ship at all costs, but the lives of one or two people do not matter to her.

Game Features

  • Unpredictable enemies. Be prepared to improvise when you meet them

  • A giant space ark that holds many secrets

  • Use gadgets: a plaster mine, a teleporter trap, a motion detector, and much more

  • The atmosphere of a gloomy cold space

  • Contact the rest of the ark fleet and find out what happened to them.

  • Mr. Scratch. What fate befell a cat taken on a space trip?

Starless on Steam

Alien: Isolation

Alien: Isolation

I think this is one of the best games ever made. Its ironic it came on the heels of the disaster which was Colonial Marines (Which I kind of like, particularly in its extended content which is where Isolation originated)

Anyway, really scary AI Alien that one shots you and does learn your play habits forcing you to constantly change things up. Excellent attention to detail of the original Alien movie props. Its a game filled with jump-scares even when you know whats coming. Game allows backtracking to previous set pieces once you have more equipment to deal with obstructions.

Real player with 506.7 hrs in game

I’ll keep this simple: best horror game ever made, go play now.

For Alien fans: if you haven’t played this, you’re missing out on something better than Alien 3 and Alien: Resurrection combined could have ever been. This is the true 3rd installment in the franchise and is a true piece of art from start to finish in all its details.

Real player with 162.4 hrs in game

Alien: Isolation on Steam

Dead Space

Dead Space

I’m not huge into survival horror with emphasis on ammo and health pack conservation. But I bought this ages ago on sale and finally pushed myself to go and complete it. Still not huge into the genre but I had fun and was pretty fun all the way through. Graphics still hold up ok too. I would obviously recommend to anyone who enjoys Resident Evil games.

Real player with 39.2 hrs in game

Aged Like Fine Wine

Dead Space is now more than 13 years old, but don’t let its age and dated graphics fool you. Some may say that I’m too late to the party, but I dare say that this game was truly ahead of its time, and there isn’t anything like this nowadays. If you, like me, are new to the franchise or just looking for a good horror title, this review is for you - with no spoilers.

Curiosity in Storytelling

You play as the silent engineer, Isaac Clarke, on his mission to repair the mining spacecraft USG Ishimura. Throughout the campaign, you will find leftover data like text and video logs explaining a fraction of events before your arrival. The variety of information given to you is like a piece of fabric, so you can sew the story back together just enough to understand what had and is happening. From data research regarding the “creatures” you encounter, to the sheer panic and the slow downward spiral into insanity that the crew had experienced due to the influence of “the artifact”. While the game’s progress is linear, as you move from one section of the ship to another, everything still feels interconnected. There are some chapters where you return to the previous areas, the environment has been renewed, you can now enter previously-locked rooms, whereas some of the old segments are now blocked because of the advancement of the “creatures”.

Real player with 31.3 hrs in game

Dead Space on Steam

HORROR TALES: The Astronaut

HORROR TALES: The Astronaut

Set in a fictional Space Station and taking place just after an incident in such space station, players experience terror directly in first person while they solve environmental puzzles (including physics-based puzzles and 0 gravity puzzles) in an interconnected space station with a metroidvania style level design. The air is running out and the power of the space station is running low. Will you survive?

But be aware: the space station is not uninhabited and it’s guts hides creatures and other biological entities no one would like to cross paths with.


Not enough Horror? Explore the rest of Horror Tales Games to punish yourself. Each adventure unique. All first person. Not meant to be played in any particular order.

HORROR TALES: The Astronaut on Steam

Cargo Breach

Cargo Breach

Who Turned the Lights out!

Cargo Breach is an arcade like shooter where you enter a room with a number of alien enemies, clear the room and move onto the next.

There are 3 different types of guns and the unique thing about these guns is they are all customized by how you adjust your hand positions. By default you have two pistols but can turn them into a mini gun or plasma launcher both of which also have alternate firing modes.

Each weapon works better against different types of enemies so quickly knowing which to switch it at any moment is key to doing well in this game.

Real player with 2.0 hrs in game

I received this in a bundle and wasn’t expecting a whole lot, but surprise: it’s a really fun game! It has that dark and creepy aliens/doom 3 type atmosphere, with simple but satisfying shooting and teleport mechanics. I love the way they incorporated the tracked motion controller to create the different guns! At points it’s really tough; like you teleport right into the middle of a room, surrounded by bad guys. Hope you have a wireless solution :) I’ll take this one over many of the other monster-wave-shooters any day. (Also, the ping pong minigame in the lobby has surprisingly good physics, too.)

Real player with 0.6 hrs in game

Cargo Breach on Steam