Ballistic M.A.D.ness

Ballistic M.A.D.ness

Fun little game where you shoot nukes across a planet to blow things up doing your best to adjust for things like distance, gravity, and spin of the planet. Also it’s only $1, would recommend.

Real player with 1.9 hrs in game

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Honestly this game is so rad! for £0.79p it’s a steal! You’d be stupid to not buy it.

Tactical blowing things up with nukes, and also a global leaderboard? Oh yea. You know i’m trying to get the top spot!

Real player with 1.3 hrs in game

Ballistic M.A.D.ness on Steam



Really fun strategy game with an environmental twist. This premise has you doubting between going all-in for the win and playing more conservatively to preserve the environment. I played beta for the past two years and the final version is even more polished! Server issues on launch day aside, great game and I certainly recommend it.

Extra fun when playing with friends, the AI is a decent matchup for beginners but can be predictable at times.

Update: Even better with the map editor and workshop update. You can now play with your friends on maps that you created yourself.

Real player with 54.1 hrs in game

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I would rate this:

Overall - 7/10

Strategy - 10/10

Graphics - 7/10

Originality - 9/10

Replay ability - 4/10

This game is great fun and it seemingly has the perfect balance of R.N.G. and strategy. I have never found myself in a spot where bad R.N.G. couldn’t have been avoided. Playing with friends is great if you can, but the AI are a good challenge. (The AI NeuralNewt on hard can put up a great fight.) This game isn’t really complete yet, I heard of some additions and maybe a campaign being added later on but the game as it is is fantastic- in concept. As I said don’t let its retro graphics fool you. It can drag out and be a bit and become, well, less nuanced to state it simply, and after playing it for a while, both through playing many rounds and/or long games.

Real player with 46.6 hrs in game

Epicinium on Steam

Dungeon Crusher Kiritan

Dungeon Crusher Kiritan

Cute little puzzle game with unique presentation.

Combat/movement is not exactly turn-based and more like tile-based - you move at the same time as your enemy 1 tile at a time and have to figure out when you will be in advantage to strike first.

Levels are handcrafted and not procedurally generated which is a big plus in my opinion.

There is also a level builder so looking forward to cool community-made maps.

Can recommend, especially with the launch discount.

Real player with 15.9 hrs in game

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Tohoku Kiritan is a VOICEROID character popular in Japan. VOICEROID is a type of text to speech software widely used in the Japanese Let’s Play scene. The Japanese way of doing things dictates that if you can substitute something with a cute anime girl you definitely should and it makes anything automatically better. Instead of using a webcam to record their faces most Japanese let’s players prefer to use anime characters as avatars and if they don’t possess cute girl voices, then the VOICEROID package provides an easy solution for both needs. The characters can serve as narrators or commentators to the provided gameplay thus putting more focus on the let’s player’s script writing ability rather than personal charisma, while also boosting creativity and providing greater freedom. As an added bonus most VOICEROID characters double as singing software on the VOCALOID or UTAU platform and therefore come with an already established fan base in the music scene. Of course this approach to let’s plays and streaming is largely unknown outside of Japan because of the language barrier. It’s also the reason why you may have stumbled on this game’s page without knowing what it’s about.

Real player with 3.5 hrs in game

Dungeon Crusher Kiritan on Steam

Pollute & Conquer

Pollute & Conquer

A strategy about ecology, where players can capture territory and build different buildings; And the choice between green and polluting buildings is important and affects both the world and the interaction between players. If both players make mistakes, then the world dies and both players lose.


    Buy neutral or enemy cells for the accumulated resources of money or influence. Surround the enemy or go to the other side of the map. Choose and purchase cells with the most profitable terrain: river, forest, desert, hill, snow, ocean.


    Build buildings suitable for specific terrain, using the bonuses or disadvantages of each of them. Adapt to your opponent’s strategy. Build polluting, neutral, or cleaning buildings that use different resources: coal, oil, river flow, nuclear, sun, wind, fusion power, or hydrocarbon cleaning.


    Upgrade technologies of different buildings. Use coal with less pollution for the world. Learn to obtain solar energy more profitably than coal. Cleanse the world with advanced hydrocarbon capture technologies. Or open a new era of thermonuclear energy.


    Use the wealth from coal and oil usage, getting rich at an incredible speed, despite the world’s disasters that destroy you and your enemy. Or cleanse the world so you don’t die and gain massive influence.


    Earn as much money and influence as possible to win. Survive the most difficult situations by finding counter-strategies against your opponent. Deal with global pollution. Or take advantage of the world’s chaos from pollution to disrupt the enemy’s plans and capture them.


    Play with friends on the same device as a board game. The game provides great opportunities for a complete competition, using many different strategies and adaptations for the map, enemy actions, and disasters.


    The game has several levels of AI difficulty from the easiest for beginners who started acquainting with the world of strategies, to the most difficult for hardcore players who want to test their skills. Can you pass them all?


    Choose a map size from several options from a small map for 15-20 minutes to a large one for 40-60 minutes.


Long ago, people believed that our world lays on 3 elephants that stand on a giant turtle. Those people were wrong about 2 things:

First - There are no elephants. That is silly. There is only the Turtle.

Second - Our world is just a planet, but there is another beautiful place wandering space, that is similar to Earth and rests on the Turtle.

An unprecedented economic war for territories and resources flares up on the turtle.

Will it and all life on it die in the chaos of pollution?

Or will intelligent beings come to their senses and prevent the end of the world by developing new technologies?

Pollute and Conquer, compromise and cleanse.

Pollute & Conquer on Steam

Cartridge Monsters

Cartridge Monsters

i love this game, for being a pokemon style game with mythical creature twist makes the game more enjoyable!, i played from start to finish and from the visual attacks to the BGM for the regular fights and the bosses is very enjoyable, plus the visuals wasn’t to overbearing to the eyes, so for players just getting into vr i would say this game would be a good start, with it’s go at your own pace story,to taking the time to grind your monsters, so it doesn’t make you feel rushed to beat the game. it also really gives you the time to see the hard work put into a simple but enjoyable vr game.

Real player with 29.7 hrs in game

The voice recognition was great the last time I played this. Instead of just saying “Earth Nova”, you could say “Earth Nova that b^#&*!” and it would still work.

Tip I wish I knew: You have to actually aim and hit stuff when shooting magic bullets. Shooting in the general direction of something won’t work if the bullet doesn’t actually hit it.

Real player with 8.3 hrs in game

Cartridge Monsters on Steam

Worms Ultimate Mayhem

Worms Ultimate Mayhem

After hundreds of hours and over 10 years, I figured it’s about time I sit down and write a review for this masterpiece in gaming history. This gem holds a very special place in my heart, and it will forever be one of my all-time favorite games. To me, this is Team17’s magnum opus. It doesn’t get any better than this. It is the reason I first began to engage with the Steam community years ago when I created the Worms Ultimate Mayhem Militia with my brother, and it’s the reason I have hundreds of friends on Steam today. To put it quite simply, Worms Ultimate Mayhem isn’t just a game, it’s one of my passions. I know the new Rumble has beautiful graphics and a much larger playerbase, and the 2D games like Armageddon are beloved and often regarded as best, but in my humble opinion this is the greatest Worms game there is.

Real player with 362.6 hrs in game

Worms 3D + Worms 4 Mayhem together, with remastered graphics? Awesome!

All is good, good except the lack of effort put into it.

I almost feel like they were doing something good but quit half-way because deadlines or something, they didn’t even do much follow up after release besides patching game-breaking bugs that didn’t allow people to play at all. If I’m recalling correctly the beta correctly, they were trying to put the teleporter utility back in, but ended up not for who knows what reason (although I never got to play it at that time personally due to game launching bugs, so I watched someone else also in the beta who could).

Real player with 176.7 hrs in game

Worms Ultimate Mayhem on Steam

Shadows Behind the Throne 2

Shadows Behind the Throne 2

Remember “That Which Sleeps” the kickstarter game that promised that you could play as Cthulhu and corrupt the world and a million other things, but then the dev took the money and ran and never delivered.

Implausibly Shadows is not only the game that was promised, but it delivers. The graphics are a little off and the interface is a little confusing, but goddamn is it fun to corrupt and dismantle several civilizations until eternal winter falls upon the land. There is a lot of room to grow, and here is hoping it keeps growing.

Real player with 119.6 hrs in game

Great game. It’s a bit like Ruinarch, if you’ve ever played that, except on a strategic level. Lots of variety in the ways you can take down a kingdom. Very replayable and it’s right up my alley.

That said, it’s EXTREMELY rough. As EA as you can get while still being playable.

  • Kind of a crap, poorly thought out UI. For example, saves are placed in alphabetical order instead of chronological order where your most recent one is at the top. You might have 7 autosaves, and the one you’re looking to load is save number 3, halfway down the screen and you have to look at the time to know that’s the one you want. I called my manual save aaa, so it will be at the top of the list. That’s a small thing, but there are a lot of poorly designed UI functions like that and it impacts the level of information you get from the game.

Real player with 39.5 hrs in game

Shadows Behind the Throne 2 on Steam

Rock of Ages 3: Make & Break

Rock of Ages 3: Make & Break

It needs a HEAVY polish, starting in the “Make” mode. The camera controls need tweaked. This includes limiting the zoom in speed to around a quarter of the current value, also preventing the camera from clipping through objects and track pieces. The max zoom out needs increased to accommodate taller track pieces, or limit the height tracks can be build. Moving the camera across the map by moving the cursor to the edge of the screen needs to be doubled the current value, as I relied on the middle button grab and swipe method a little too much and causes the camera to jerk.

Real player with 30.1 hrs in game

Rock of Ages 1 was one of my first ever Steam purchases, and I instantly fell in love with the concept. The comedy, the gameplay, the look of it. It might’ve been a bit rough around the edges, but overall a great time. When Rock of Ages 2 was announced, I was pumped! It ended up being a more polished, more well-realised take on the series, and a lot of fun too.

There were however already a few cracks on the surface. Some glitches here and there, some inconsistencies in AI difficulty or level design, but nothing major at all, so RoA2 was still a great time.

Real player with 12.4 hrs in game

Rock of Ages 3: Make & Break on Steam

Slaves of Magic prelude

Slaves of Magic prelude

To sum up:

1) Fluent flow: intuitive & detailed user interface, streamlined gameplay, clever AI,

2) Satisfying tactics: many tactical decisions to make (split up, sneak through buildings, flanking etc.),

3) Neat RPG elements: the different character skills leads to cool combos

4) A great indie team: the developers are really open to community feedback & completely remastered the in game combat.

Although it is just a DEMO, it is clear at this stage that the game has limitless options for further content

Real player with 4.6 hrs in game

I really like the remastered combat system. It reminds me to the board game Eclipse Second Dawn for the Galaxy: first getting the movements all done, and then dealing with the action phase is a great mechanism!

The basics of the game are working well, and I’m really looking forward that state of the game, when many unique character skills will be available. And I’m looking forward when it will contain the campaign map as well, not just this tactical combat episode, that is currently in the DEMO.

Real player with 2.3 hrs in game

Slaves of Magic prelude on Steam

Devils Gold

Devils Gold

I like the game, I will continue to play

Real player with 1.9 hrs in game

Are you ready to sell your soul to the devil? No?!

Then prove it in Devils Gold!!

Real player with 1.4 hrs in game

Devils Gold on Steam