Tabletop Simulator Review

Tabletop Simulator is difficult to review because it is more of an engine than a game. If you don't use the Steam Workshop, it's terrible. It only includes some common…

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Unspottable Review

Unspottable is a local multiplayer party game based around deception. It's very similar to the game Hidden in Plain Sight, but where that game focused on more tactical, slow-paced gameplay,…

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SYNTHETIK Review

SYNTHETIK is an action roguelite, similar to games like Enter The Gungeon or Nuclear Throne. The main mechanic that sets it apart is something you wouldn't expect; reloading. Reloading in…

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Slime-san Review

Slime-san is a very polished platformer that has a huge amount of content. The platforming mechanics are fairly standard, aside from dashing. Level design is open ended, allowing different ways…

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Human Factory Review

Human Factory is an automation/simulation game in which you are tasked with raising humans and harvesting them for resources. It plays a bit like a 3D Factorio, but with substantially…

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The Room Review

The Room is a fantastic puzzle game. The basic concept is that you are solving puzzle boxes/objects, which unlock even more puzzles, etc. The puzzles are always challenging, but never…

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Marooners Review

Marooners is a multiplayer party game that is partially inspired by Mario Party. The main difference is that while Mario Party blends a board game with mini-games, Marooners is exclusively…

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Unicorn Dream Review

Unicorn Dream is a side-scroller with some of the blandest mechanics I've ever experienced. The gameplay involves 1 object that periodically flies towards you, which you must shoot, 1 horizontal…

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Prison Architect Review

Prison Architect is a building/simulation game that revolves around the prison industry. You are given plenty of freedom with regards to how you manage your prison. You can build a…

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HackyZack Review

HackyZack is a 2D puzzle platformer focused on challenging mechanics and complex level design. Levels usually require a good amount of trial and error in order to really understand how…

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