Recon Control

Recon Control

Tactical Step-by-step shooter.  The main feature, which is the whole essence of the game, is 2D graphic - reminds me my childhood, those games, flashbacks))

So - here are big variety. Maps, missions (25 missions, 3 campaigns), tasks, developers did a really good job. Moreover, there are many types of guns, armor, equipment, different items. It is a very important point which I figure out while playing any game, coz when developers of each game don’t respect the player, their users: they create only 1-3 guns using which u have to spend all time passing the game - so it becomes rlly boring ;( But, in “Recon Control” it’s +REP ofc☆

Real player with 18.9 hrs in game

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This is great tactical gem.

Familiar gameplay of a tactical turn based combat with standard classes (sniper, heavy, shotgun, rifle), but everything is done just right. Visuals, variety, enemies, abilities, items - all is very good. Although the game is not long, this is a ton of fun as a more simple but very polished approach while you are waiting for a big title.

Real player with 15.2 hrs in game

Recon Control on Steam

Devils Gold

Devils Gold

I like the game, I will continue to play

Real player with 1.9 hrs in game

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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

The Amazing American Circus

The Amazing American Circus

Target Audience: Those Willing to Take the Lows With The Highs in Card RPGs


This is a recommendation in essence, but for a specific subset of people.

I’m going to be straight up from the get go here: The Amazing American Circus is one of those games that I want to love up and down, but ended up being the biggest thorn in my side due to what happened during the review period. To say that I faced some of the worst bugs: specifically saved game bugs, in my review career would have been an understatement: I had 8 separate runs break wildly in that period where I could not continue to make progress. While those bugs seem to be fixed now, I have a form of PTSD at this point. Every time I play, I’m waiting for the game to break again. Hell, even the video I made had a major bug in it. There’s a reason I have around 40+ hours of gameplay without actually beating the game, and to say it hung over the experience would be an understatement to say the least.

Real player with 57.7 hrs in game

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This is not a Slay to Spire, this is not a Monster Train. The Amazing American Circus is not a roguelike-roguelite card game, it is more like a card game built around a campaign, with some management sim built around it, in which you need to cover the costs, upgrades etc from the incomes you get during the shows.

If you more curious about the game, and want to check a short, ~20mins long video in which I showing what content you could expect from the game with one circus show (card battle) included, then here is mine:

Real player with 29.8 hrs in game

The Amazing American Circus on Steam

Grey Heritage: Faded Vision

Grey Heritage: Faded Vision

Join Leon Beaumont’s journey through the land of Astrea. Despite being of nobility, Leon believes in giving the common people power to make political decisions. Facing against the Estore Empire is a daunting task. He is clearly outnumbered and lacking in resources. Help Leon achieve his vision in freeing his people from oppression.


  • Rout (Kill All Enemies)

  • Defend (Survive X amount of turns)

  • Escape (Reach a destination with all of your soldiers.)

  • And much more!


  • If you find a Save Orb, you’re allowed to save mid-progress.

  • Mount/Dismount based on being Indoor/Outdoor.

  • Over 10 unique characters with a wide variety of classes, weapons, and skills

  • Created as a passion project from a lover of the genre!

Grey Heritage: Faded Vision on Steam

Multishop Tycoon Deluxe

Multishop Tycoon Deluxe

Casual game; Not really good or bad. In this game, you have to select which food you serve in which area and at which price.

You get the opportunity to buy upgrade and change the color of the food truck to attract more customers.

But that’s where the big problem is: you don’t get a tutorial or hint.

– You get NO feedback or hint about the things you propose. Customers don’t say anything - for example that’s it’s too expensive, or that they didn’t like the meals proposed or that i proposed too many units of that item. You get NO advises or confirmation the items you selected are the right one.

Real player with 25.9 hrs in game

great casual simulator of foods selling shops network - game’s small, does not have any heavy hardware requirements, does not require any learning to play it, but its funny and addictive, bright and colourful, suitable even for children.

sure, its not a complicated economics strategy, not a simulation of all complexities of a real world, its a simplified model of a business, but - after you play the game a little you will understand where are retail stores prices are coming from as you will be rising the prices to the maximum to get the maximum profits :) you will understand, why a cup of coffee that costs 0.1 euro to make is 2 euros in retail :)))) and maybe this knowledge will help you to save some money not buying junk foods at typical junk foods locations

Real player with 12.1 hrs in game

Multishop Tycoon Deluxe on Steam

Dice & Dungeons

Dice & Dungeons

Dice & Dungeons is a unique deck builder. You build a DICE deck (dicebuilding)! Explore dungeons, fight enemies with increasingly difficult and get new dice to your deck. A dungeon and it’s challenges are never the same as before.

  • Based on dice building board games

  • Several different dice to build your “deck”

  • RPG elements

  • Character classes

  • Weapons and other items

  • Unique experience of building dice decks

Dice & Dungeons on Steam

Lareissa Everbright

Lareissa Everbright

Charming little game with some fairly in-depth strategy options making your choices feel good.

Real player with 1.3 hrs in game

Lareissa Everbright on Steam

Police Shootout

Police Shootout


Your name is Scott Price and you just started your first shift as police officer in a small city of San Adrino. You moved here from a bigger place where street gang fights are everyday life.


Why did a policeman like you – the one who was doing well in a big city suddenly wants to take a chance in a place like this? What are you looking for here? What is your reason? Or maybe… What is your secret?


Start your adventure with “Police: Shootout” and meet not only the main character (Scott Price), but also everyone who is important to his story. As a good policeman, you will answer even the most difficult calls. A shop robbery, or even a hostage situation - you have to be prepared for anything! But remember – it’s only up to you how you approach a specific situation.


There are many possibilities to do this right - sometimes the use of a gun is necessary, and sometimes a well-chosen argument is the best possible weapon.

Each of these situations brings you closer to finding what you’re looking for… And of course to be a better cop! The correct approach to the calls will allow you to expand your experience - the higher it is, the more benefits you’ll get. Your skills will grow the way you want, and this will allow you to complete new missions faster and more efficiently.


Are you ready to step in and get it right? Don’t wait any longer, the first call is waiting for you!

Just play the game and see for yourself!

Police Shootout on Steam

Freebooter of SPLORR!!

Freebooter of SPLORR!!

I flung turds at a werewolf, bribed some bats, dropped my trousers and defeated a dragon. All this while drinking beer, wine and coffee to keep me going! Was an interesting, random pickup ex’splorring' this game. Trying to win on hard mode now and not poop myself… again.

Definitely recommended for some lighthearted quirky fun!

Real player with 23.2 hrs in game

Freebooter of SPLORR!! is a fun call back to dungeon crawlers of old. Mixed with some great humour and unique encounters, this is definitely worth it. The music and sound effects are on point, giving you an immersive experience.

The randomness of the dungeons ensures plenty of mixed gameplay, and plenty of achievements to work your way towards! Great game if you love the dungeon crawler style games! Highly recommend!

Real player with 12.8 hrs in game

Freebooter of SPLORR!! on Steam



It is merely an okay game. The tactics portion of it isn’t very in depth, often times feeling very Rock-Paper-Scissors like, and the forces fit into at most two of those. The graphics are fine. The UI is usable though not helpful in any way and the text for the mission requirements is super tiny. Yet the missions end up feeling very much the same one after another, which would be fine if not for the Rock-Paper-Scissors element mentioned before. You can find yourself deep into a game and then because you are playing a force that has to group up (Lycans) vs. an enemy who poisons everything there is honestly nothing to do but quit the battle and find a port to get your morale back up.

Real player with 20.1 hrs in game

Summary & Positives

Quinterra has a really strong underlying mechanic set, loosely reminiscent of a faster-paced Faeria. Whilst highly comparable to a card based roguelite (like Slay the Spire or Monster Train), it’s not really fair to lump it into that genre.

The combat map is composed of tiles, each of which produce different ‘colours’. Each turn, you pick a tile up which lets you produce a new type of unit (a bit like setting up a building to produce a unit for you in a strategy game) for that battle, with some limits. Over time, you can sequence your tile collection in a way that lets you pick up more ‘colours’ to use, both to get a wider variety of units to play with but also to give yourself a variety of options to augment and enhance those units more with added effects.

Real player with 18.8 hrs in game

Quinterra on Steam