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This is a pretty cool and fun aerial combat simulation. The graphics are nice, the game sounds realistic, and the controls (after a little practice) are easy to understand. I have been a fan of air combat games since Ace Combat on the PS2. Obviously I will never be able to fly a jet such as this but playing games like this kind of help with that. This game does a great job at trying to truly simulate aerial combat and does a nice job at it for being a simple indie game. I will say, I do have some issues with the game but mainly because it doesn't seem fair that you don't have any flares. The enemy seems to have an infinite amount and yet you have none (unless I just couldn't find the button) which wouldn't be bad except you run out of ammo real quick. But aside from some balancing things this game is on track to be a really cool and intense simulation once its finished. I did a video on my experience with the early access test if anyone is interested.

Another cool and relaxing experience from Trias. The graphics are well done, the music is calming, and the simply walk about aspect is a nice and unique change. I have been a fan of Trias for a long time, he always manages to make something cool and unique. Much like Living with the Moonoliths, your simply left to explore the world in which you reside. Meanwhile the calming music and strange architecture around you consistently changes. All in all, another cool little experience and I look forward to the next one. I did a video on my experience with the game if anyone is interested.

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This is a really cool point and click adventure game. The art style is cool, the music is awesome, and the story was intriguing. I was really surprised by what this game had to offer. The story was not what I was expected in how it was played out, and ended up being much cooler than I thought. You play as one of two scientists that have discovered how to jump forward in time. But something happens which causes you to repeat what you have already done, learning more as you play. I really liked how the characters perceived their situation. All in all, a cool little point and click adventure and I look forward to more from this developer in the future. I did a video on my experience with the game if anyone is interested.

This is a really creepy and well made little horror game. The graphics are well done, the atmosphere is chilling, and the games story and is intriguing. I have to say, I was pleasantly surprised by this game and what it had to offer in it's demo. I can really tell the developer didn't simply want to throw jumpscares at the player the entire time. I felt tense as I was moving forward and exploring the small are there is in the demo. I also finished the demo with questions about the story which is a good thing and what a demo should do. Aside from some frame rate issues, which is expected in an alpha, I was impressed with the game and look forward to seeing it develop over the coming months. I did a video on my experience with the demo if anyone is interested.

This is a pretty cool and interesting little puzzle game. The graphics are decent, the music is awesome, and the games story/narrative is rather enjoyable. I have never been good when it comes to playing puzzle games. But am a huge fan of the Portal style of puzzles. They lay everything out there for you and its your job to connect what it is you need to do. I feel this game takes a lot of inspiration from that and builds on it in their own way. I was also surprised by this game and its opening sequence. Not a lot of games can really show the amount of time put into them and this is only a demo. I feel with more time, this could be a really cool and unique game that I look forward to seeing. I did a video on my experience with the demo if anyone is interested.

Another great addition to the Lonely Wolf Treat series. As always, the art style is cute and well done, the music is bright and happy, and the continuing story still pleases. I have been a fan of the series since the story began with Treat. Nami does a great job at expanding on all of the stories but allowing the player to experience it through new eyes each time. It helps to move the story ahead but also get a new perspective on the world and the actions around the player. Keeping it interesting and never stale. I can't wait for the next part and to see where the story will expand and what new characters we'll meet. I did a video on my experience with the latest chapter if anyone is interested.

This was an interesting little game. The graphics are dark and work well with the shadows and lighting. The atmosphere is quite and drives home the solidarity of space. The story is rather hard to follow as there isn't any kind of explanation of what or where you are. You simply walk about and explore the large scale area collecting secret balls. That being said there is a lot of walking around at a slow moon walk pace. I feel this game would and could be very cool if there was some kind of narration for when you discovered a secret. Or maybe even a "memory" when you retrieve a new secret revealing a bit more about the world and what happened. As it is now, you simply have to guess when it could be interesting. All in all a walk about sim for those that like space and want to see a good example of being a lone astronaut on the moon. I did a video on my experience with the game if anyone is interested.

Created a new topic Devotion Demo Gameplay

This is a really cool and creepy indie horror game. The graphics are well done, the voice acting is surprisingly nice, and the tone and atmosphere are all creepy. I have to say, I was rather impressed by what this game had to offer. The story follows a young girl returning to her late fathers motel. But suddenly you get a message from someone unknown and once back, the horror's commence. Simply walking around made me nervous to move forward, dreading what may be ahead of me. All in all a nice little demo to a promising new horror game and I look forward to the full release. I did a video on my experience with the demo if anyone is interested.

This is a pretty cool short little adventure. The graphics are all in a noire styling and well done, the sound design is creepy and atmospheric, and the story behind it is something everyone can relate too. I especially love the total isolation you feel in this game as you make your way through the world. You hear creepy noises that make you want to simply hide away from the unknown. I love this games concept and how everyone can relate to it in some way. Let's be honest, everyone has jumped or dreaded walking around in the dark. Not being able to see everything draws you to believe something could be there. Same goes for hearing creepy noises from somewhere, but not knowing where makes you speculate and worry. This game does a good job of that in a short experience and which makes it a fun little game. I did a video on my experience with the game if anyone is interested.


Created a new topic Tales of Androgyny Gameplay

So I was more so curious than anything and decided to check this out. Now I will say the art style is good, the music is nice, and the writing is very well done and descriptive. I know what this game is and who it's geared towards and I'll admit I'm not into this stuff. I mean I'm into some stuff on the internet but this just isn't my cup of tea. And that's okay, to each their own and what people like is up to them. Life is too short for people to tell you what you can and can't like. Hey as long as your not hurting yourself or others, do what you enjoy or makes you happy. And I like that the developers are doing just that and hey, the more power to them. I simply checked this game out to satisfy my curiosity. And I figured why not do a video on it showing off my experience and what this game involves. I did a video on my experience with the game (all explicit content is blurred out) if anyone is interested in seeing what this game is all about.

Created a new topic Takume Gameplay

This is a really cool little pixelated adventure. The art style is nice, the music is calm and enjoyable, and the story is short and sweet. I love these kinds of atmospheric, pixelated, adventure games. But it's not often that one comes along that stands out, especially with a nice little story. I love how this game has a 'hidden message" in it's story. In this game, the character must make her way through the world but not knowing the true meaning of your journey. I don't know if there will be a continuation of this game but i would enjoy playing more of the story. I did a video on my experience with the game if anyone is interested.

This was a weird and dark little RPG game. The atmosphere and styling is well done, the music is nice to listen too, and the enemies are all different and weird. I didn't know what to expect from this game but after playing it. I feel this is much more of a demo, than a full game. There isn't much to this one but it does seem to set up for a bigger game. I left the game simply asking why? and how that the game continues in another installment. I did a video on my experience with the game if anyone is interested.

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This is a pretty cool and interesting little game. The art style is simple and nice, and the mechanics and writing are well done. I have to say I didn't know what to expect from this game going in but I was rather impressed at its simple and interesting story. The story follows you as a government worker making sure citizens aren't plotting against the higher powers. But it's not as simply as "lets overthrow the higher power." The transmissions can be in code so there's a little riddle aspect to them which makes it kind of fun trying to decide. All in all, a short and simple little game. I did a video on my experience with the game if anyone is interested.


This was a decent and creative little adventure game. The graphics were good, the music is atmospheric and nice to listen too, and the story was nice with a weird little twist. I have to say as a sort of "trial" game from the developer, this was a nice little story. Aside from a big bug taking playing in the Church that can cause you to not be able to progress. I honestly think there could be a little more story to this game and hope the developer will continue the story. I did a video on my experience with the game if anyone is interested.

This is a pretty cool and nice looking little RPG game. The styling and art is nice, the music is atmospheric and cool, and the story is rather intriguing. I rather enjoyed this little demo. I like the whole "Little Red Riding Hood" (at least in my opinion) theme that this game has. The story follows a young girl named Eliza who suddenly wakens in the forest. I kind of saw the ending coming, but rather liked how it ended. I really hope to see more from this game because I feel there's a lot of ways the developers could continue the story. I did a video on my experience with the demo if anyone is interested.

Posted in Torren comments

This is a cool and creative little adventure game. The graphics are simple yet pretty, the music is atmospheric and the story is short yet interesting. I like the simplified world in how its colors pop. The story follows a young man simply trying to live in his world. When suddenly it begins changing drastically. My only complaint with this game is it's abrupt ending. But it does it in a way that leaves it open to a sequel. I really hope to see more added to this game and it's story. All in all a short and sweet little adventure with an interesting little story and I look forward to seeing more. I did a video on my experience with the game if anyone is interested.


Posted in MORTEM comments

This was a really cool and creepy horror game. The graphics are well done, the sound design is creepy, and the mechanics are all simple to understand. I really like the concept and atmosphere of this game. Although hardly any of the mechanics worked for me, its only a demo so, but I understood what I needed to do. I like the "Emily wants to Play" vibe this game has but with its own little twist. I think this could be a really terrifying experience once the full version is released. I Look forward to seeing what else the developer has in store for the player after this brief demo. I did a video on my experience with the demo if anyone is interested.


This was a totally goofy, wrong and fun little game. The graphics are decent, the controls are simple and the gameplay is frustratingly fun. I didn't really know what to expect from this game but found it fun to play. The game isn't perfect and the "failure barriers" are a little big. But I found myself saying "just one more try" while playing. The main goal is to get to the end without failing and after a few bumps, I managed to finish it. Not a super long game but a fun little "adventure" to say the least. I did a video on my experience with the game if anyone is interested.


Posted in Raft comments

This is a very cool and fun to play little survival game. I love how it just simply drops you in with no explanation and it's your job to figure out what to do in order to survive. The graphics are pleasant to look at, the sound design is accurate and nice, and the mechanics all worked well together. I didn't know what to expect from this game but I rather enjoyed playing it. I'm not the best designer/builder but before I knew it, I had been playing the game almost an hour, and this is only a prototype. I think this game has real potential to be something special and fun to play. With a little more work and new features added, I think this game could be a fun coop adventure. Luckily there happens to be a vast amount of salvage floating directly towards you, and your in game character is a genius so you won't die too quickly. All in all a fun little game that could be something really cool once completed and I look forward to checking it out. I did a video on my experience with the prototype if anyone is interested.


This is a really cool and unique little adventure game. The graphics are all bright and pleasant to look at, the music is calming and works with the world, and the games story is interesting. I got major Horizon Zero Dawn vibes from this game when I read the summery for it. You play as one of the few people who are still able to wield technology known as a shaman. This group of people are idolized by the rest of the world and also look to the Shamans for protection. This game isn't very long but is rather fun to play and unfold the story. I would love to see this game worked on more and developed into a full story. There's a lot the developers could go with when it comes to adding more levels, enemies, fighting moves. I hope to see them add more and look forward to a, hopefully, full release. I did a video on my experience with the prototype if anyone is interested.

WHEN TECHNOLOGY BETRAYS THE WORLD | Afterward

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This is a really cool and interesting little game. The graphics are nice to look at, the music is creepy and weird, and the games story is a nice little change from the normal "your all that's left." I really like how this game takes a common theme but adds it's own mystery behind it. You awaken not knowing what happened or why your the last person left. It's your job to determine whether humanity has finally destroyed itself. You aren't given any directions except simply explore to find your way through. Not only that but the game manages to combine nice peaceful/mournful feelings with a bit of horror and dread. I think with a little more work this game could be something really cool and unique that I look forward to playing upon release. I did a video on my experience with the prologue if anyone is interested.

HOW DID "WE" CAUSE THIS? | Lone Water Prologue

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This is a cool and unique little horror game. The graphics aren't bad, the sound design is creepy, and the mechanics and how you survive in the world all work off of each other. I love how this game combines elements from Alan Wake and even a little Contrast. In most horror games the light generally means safe haven from the terrors that haunt you. But this game flips that on it's head and you have to adapt to the darkness for safety. For a demo this was pretty decent, a few textures missing here and there but everything worked with hardly any issues. I would love to see this game expand into a much larger world with new areas and such. I think this could be a really cool game with some more fine tuning and work. All in all a nice little game and I look forward to seeing what the final release looks like. I did a video on my experience with the demo if anyone is interested.

STAY OUT OF THE.......LIGHT? | Lost Shadows [Demo]

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This is a really cool and unique little hunting game. The graphics are well done, the sound design is spot on, and the games mechanics are all creative and fun. I have played a few animal inspired games in the past. But never as a predator, let alone in first person. All of the running and maneuvering really makes you feel like your in control of a killing machine. Yeah there are a few missing animations and not a huge area to explore. But this is only a demo, and a well polished one at that. The game looks beautiful and reminded me a lot of being on the planet from Avatar. The vibrant colors and unique wildlife feel familiar and different. All in all a nice little unique adventure game and I look forward to seeing what the final version will look like. I did a video on my experience with the demo if anyone is interested.


This is a very cool and well made horror game. The graphics are beautiful to look at, the music is creepy and atmospheric, and the story is compelling. I 100% agree with the developers in saying that games need to have a good story, especially when it comes to horror games. I want to have a reason and cause for my reason to not advance. I want to feel the dread of whats hunting me and how it could pop up and scare the crap out of me any minute. Aside from the great atmosphere, the voice acting is rather decent and makes the in game character seem more human in their struggle. All in all, a nice up and coming indie horror game with a lot of potential and I can't wait to see the final version. I did a video on my experience with the game if anyone is interested.

A HAUNTING PAST? | Dead Loop [Demo]

I am so glad the developers finally released an English version to this games demo. I remember when this game first appeared on Itch and I was instantly drawn to its pleasant graphics and interesting story. The developers actually remembered me and sent me a message about the English release a couple weeks ago and I was finally able to play it the other day. This game has a really unique and interesting mechanic in how your character interacts with the world and its inhabitants. The games bright colors and strange Dr.Seuss styled creatures make this game something new to play. I had fun playing the lengthy demo and look forward to what the final release has in store for the player. I did a video on my experience with the demo if anyone is interested.

AM I THE BAD GUY? | Oneiros [Demo]

This was a pretty cool little adventure/exploration game. The graphics are pleasant and bright, the music is perfect for the environment, and the story is rather intriguing. I didn't really know what to expect from this game when I initially started it up. I expected to be the one going around and collecting food and water and having to prepare shelter. But it turns out you seem to be a guest on the island reliving the past memories of two shipwrecked inhabitants. I love the calming music and pleasant art style. The only thing with the game was the constant walking back and forth across the island to find the next diary entry. But the possibility of a sequel really has me curious where the story may go. All in all a nice little adventure game and I look forward to the possible sequel. I did a video on my experience with the game if anyone is interested.

WHAT MAGIC CALLS YOU HERE? | Monaxia

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This was a pretty cool and unique little indie horror game. The graphics are decent, the music and sound design is creepy, and the games mechanics worked well. I really liked the "seeing the monster through the mirror" approach the game has. Not knowing where the monster is adds a lot of tension when you hear him start coming for you. The game itself isn't very long and I don't know if I was able to figure out what the story was depicting but I really liked what this game had to offer. I would love to see more from this developer in the ways of the "mirror" aspect in the future. I did a video on my experience with the game if anyone is interested.

LET ME SEE WHO YOU REALLY ARE!| Mirror

This was a crazy and unexpected little horror game. The graphics are creepy, the music is perfect for the atmosphere and the story is rather strange and nightmarish. I didn't know what to expect from this game but I was pleasantly surprised at the eerieness of this game. The story is a little hard to grasp but I felt like I didn't know any less than your in game persona. From what I can take you lost a loved one in some way and are trying to find her? But it does a good job at making the player ask and give them an uneasy feeling while progressing forward. All in all, a creepy little horror game that does a good job at making the player uneasy. I did a video on my experience with the game if anyone is interested.

WHAT IS HAPPENING!?! | One of Us

This is a pretty cool and weird point and click adventure game. The art style is perfect for the bleak world, and the story is told in the form of still images like comic strips. I have to say this game is more than just a simple story about a world with no color. I at least took a small underline message that could be translated to everyday life. The fact that the world may look bleak and gray. Doesn't mean there isn't color out there to find. You just simply have to look for it, and when you do. It can really change your world. Again that's just me but I rather like that outlook. All in a, a unique little game and I look forward to maybe more from this developer in the future. I did a video on my experience with the game if anyone is interested.

REVIVING A COLORLESS WORLD | Turgor Quest

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This is a pretty cool and simply little horror/adventure game. The graphics are done in a cool old time pop up book style, the mechanics and how you interact with the house is cool, and the small challenges are creative and easy to do. I don't know if this game reflects a story that Edger Allen Poe wrote, but I have to say I was impressed how this game created a unique little horror game. The games art style is definitely the most unique and interesting thing about this game. And how Poe moves throughout the game is rather charming to the games intended styling. All in all, a nice little short game. I did a video on my experience with the game if anyone is interested.

FINDING THE WAY IN THE DARK | Poe-go

This is a really cool and unique top down shooter. The comic art style is cool, the sound design and voice acting is funny, and the story is a nice take on the zombie apocalypse. I love the 80's themed comic art style this game has. Almost like a mix between the graphics of Borderlands and a strange anime style with the long bodies and odd shapes. I don't exactly know where the demo picks up in the story but I rather enjoyed the little bit your presented with. For only a Pre-Alpha this was well done and played good and I can't wait to see how the story and world develop. I did a video on my experience with the demo if anyone is interested.

COME AT ME ZOMBRAIN | Jazon and the Dead [Pre-Alpha Demo]

Of course guys. Same goes to the both of you. Keep making games! Glad you enjoyed the video. ^-^

Posted in File comments

This was a really cool and interesting little horror game. The pixelated art style is nice, the music is perfect for the world, and the story is well written. I didn't really know what to expect from this game before I went in but I was impressed at what this game had. The way this game twists as you progress through it is really cool. The game follows Raven as she simply tries to live her nights out by playing a PC game. But little does she know she's in her own little game that continues to change both her and the world as you progress through. I really liked how this game presented its story, combined with a great art style and this is a great little game. I hope to see more from this developer in the future and look forward to what they come up with next. I did a video on my experience with File if anyone is interested.

CTRL ALT DIE| File

This is an interesting little horror game. The graphics aren't bad, the music is creepy and the story is common and interesting. I have been drawn to metro themed games for awhile but there aren't a lot of horror themed ones. I have to say even though the game is at such an early build, I'm still looking forward to how this game will come out. As the game is there isn't a whole lot to it yet but it still managed to give me a little scare, especially needed on Halloween. I did a video on my experience with the early demo if anyone is interested.

SHE'S NOT GONE! | Rusted Rails [Early Build Demo]

This is a really nice and fun little game. The graphics are decent and pretty to look at. The sound design is nice, and the story and what you have to do is fun. I didn't know what to expect from this game but I was surprised by how just nice and calm everything was. You play as what looks or feels like a little squirrel and its your job to build the the little critter a home to hibernate the winter away. I love being able to run around and run up anything I want with a simple little objective of picking some simple home improvements. It sucks to see this game isn't being worked on anymore especially with all the educational purposes this game could have. All in all a fun little creative game. I did a video on my experience with the game if anyone is interested.

COLLECT THE NUTS AND SHROOMS......TO SURVIVE | Forager

This was a creepy and decent little point & click adventure. The graphics are nice, the story is weird and has a nice little twist. It's funny to see the developer draw from older games for inspiration. I got a creepy vibe from the evil Hal and his two faced clown demeanor. Personally I can't stand the site of clowns so when I played Clown House last hear I was both impressed and scared at the small yet clown terror game. Glad to see the developer continuing with it in someway and looking forward to see how the full game works with the chapters broken up but not requiring to play each one. All a decent little point & click game with horror elements drawn from old movies and old terrors. I did a video on my experience with the game if anyone is interested.

WHO IS THE EVIL ONE? | Lost Answers

Another great and pleasent experience from Nami. The art style as always is well done, the music is nice for the world, and the story is happily cute. I have been a fan of Nami's style since Lonely Wolf Treat. She creates bright and colorful worlds with interesting characters with their own personalities and traits. Combine that with her awesome art style and these characters really sound the way they look, or is it the other way around? I don't know, the point is her games are always a treat to play. I managed to complete all four possible endings even though one I despised because it resulted in a "bad ending." But all in all another creative visual novel and I can't wait to see what Nami creates next. I did a video on my experience with the game with all four endings if anyone is interested.

WHO WILL MAKE MY DREAM COME TRUE? | First Kiss at a Spooky Soiree

Ahh no worries man. That stuff can happen and any real gamer should have lit the torch before dying. And yeah that death sounds makes sense. Just figured it would be kind of cool to see something like that along with the audio as you start to freeze.

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This was a pretty cool concept for a puzzle heavy game. The graphics are decent, the music is nice, and the audio mechanics all work well with its concept. Audio is a huge thing for me when it comes to games. Yeah the games gota have graphics and a nice story. But no matter what your doing in a game, there's usually some kind of audio in the background. This game builds on that and incorporates it into the mechanics of solving the puzzles in the world which I thought is rather cool. I will say aside from a spawning glitch that prevented me from getting the last piece, I liked the progressing through your memories to find who you are. All in all a cool concept that seem to work from what was shown in the demo and I look forward to seeing how it evolves into the final version. I did a video on my experience with the demo if anyone is interested.

FINDING YOURSELF THROUGH MEMORIES | Coma [Demo]