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Very cool short retro FPS! You really nailed the ambiance, environments, and gameplay. It's a fantastic tribute to the original series with lots of interesting ideas, just wish it was a bit longer but very fun overall. Excellent work!

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Short horror game that starts off like a fun, N64-style racing game, but then glitches and creepy elements begin to appear once you start going out of bounds, turning the game into a much darker and unsettling experience. Loved the twist and graphics, a good mix of nostalgia and horror. Good job !

Short Star Wars fan game by Stefano Cagnani, where you play as a stormtrooper tasked with investigating a seemingly abandoned Star Destroyer. However, it turns out to be full of zombies that you'll have to fight to survive. The concept and cutscenes are interesting, although the AI voice acting is a little off. The gameplay can be a bit janky and simplistic at times, but it's still a neat idea. 

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Interesting short game, I especially liked the build up in intensity and the way you introduced the mystery surrounding this place. Neat graphics too! I had a feeling it would involve cults in some way but the ending was a nice surprise. Good job !

Interesting and short horror game by DavidelDEV, where you restore power in your apartment while avoiding a lurking demon. Features a few mild jump scares and managed to keep me wondering what would come next, it could even be a longer games with some additional concepts and mechanics added in. I liked it and you should check it out !

Interesting short horror game ! I really liked how the ambiance builds up slowly and you get to explore the place a bit before the horror begins. I noticed a few bugs, like the lack of collision detection outside the main building if you wander too far, but overall, I enjoyed it. Also, the PS1 graphics were a nice touch. Good job!

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Alright ! Thanks ! I'll carry on and try to figure it out. Keep up the good work, I can already tell this project will be very cool !

Edit : Found out what I had to do and wow, I really like this ! :) 

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Expected Lasagna Boy and got a demo for a mysterious game called Lucid Lucia instead. Interesting concept and art however, is there actually a way to break out of jail or that part just isn't implemented yet ?

Ps: Noticed a small bug, if you slide while interacting with the juice, Lucia gets duplicated (which shows up when sliding again or using the book, TV or pipe)

Enjoyable Gameboy arcade game where you control a cute ghost, possess sleeping NPCs, gather coins and avoid spiked balls. Despite minor bugs, its simplicity, nice pixel art and execution are impressive and I had a great time playing it !

Here's my full gameplay video if you're curious to see how it plays :

Short but funny fangame, I really liked the Mario-inspired gameplay despite being at bit buggy at times (especially the homing attack). Nice graphics, I liked the humor and all I have to say is well done !

Here's my full gameplay if anyone is curious to see how it plays : 

A very creative and unique game focused on exploration and storytelling. I absolutely loved the art style and the environmental clues of what happened to this place. I highly recommend it, the creator did an excellent work !

Here's my full gameplay video if you're curious to see how it plays : 

A surprisingly good free fan-made shmup that brings together characters, music, and levels from classic arcade games by Psikyo, Capcom, Konami, and more, sometimes in the most surprising way possible (including cameos by Bonzy Buddy and Clippy as minibosses). Check it out !

Here's my first playthrough if anyone if you're curious to see how it plays : 

Stories like this usually aren't my cup of tea, but this one truly was something else! It's well-written, intriguing, and frankly quite creepy at times. Excellent work!

I really enjoyed this short remake, excellent work ! You surprisingly managed to retain most of the creepiness of the original and that alone is super impressive. I must say it was a very cool experience and highly suggest it to anyone in the horror mood !

Here's my gameplay in case anyone wants to see how it plays (it looks much better if you run it on a real pc, obs didn't really like the grainy filter while recording I think) : 

Super short and minimalistic but I really liked the concept and PSX ambiance, I'm thrilled for a full version of this, especially with more levels and ghosts/demons ! Keep up the good work, there's potential for something awesome here.

Here's my gameplay if anyone wants to see how it plays : 

Yet another intriguing creepypasta game, and once again, it captures the Sonic essence. The gameplay flows smoothly, and the original creepy elements are presented without going overboard. Keep up the excellent work; your talent shines through!

A cool take on the creepypasta style, staying true to the Mario feel (which is great). Unlike some exe games, it really captures the original vibe. It's a bit long-winded at times, but I still had fun with it. Got a bit of a challenge too. Good job!

Kid Icarus: Infinite Underworld is an absolute gem of a game! The randomly generated levels keep the gameplay fresh and exciting, while the intense boss chase add an extra layer of adrenaline. It's a fun twist on the classic NES title, good work!

Hello there! Very promising demo, I think I can safely say that this is the best Metal slug-inspired game I've ever played. The pixel art and spritework is on point, the music is amazing and the gameplay super addictive. Reminded me a lot of these awesome arcade classics we used to get. Keep up the good work, I'll be waiting for the full version with anticipation. :)

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Super fun game, you can see a lot of work and care went into this. I've only finished the first part so far but I'm looking forward to play the rest. Keep up the good work developer, it's one of the best fan games I've seen so far!

Here's my video for anyone wondering what it looks like in action : 

Hello there!

I found your game on a random japanese game website (then found it here), pretty enjoyable experience, I liked it! Keep up the good work! :)

Here's my gameplay for anyone who might stumble upon this page and wonder what the game is about : 

I just explored the whole gallery and the only thing I have to say is congratulations folks, you created something super unique and awesome. I had a lot of fun looking at all the pictures and the overall ambiance was perfect. The world needs cool experiments like that and I'm glad I got to try it. 

Here's my video of my visit, thanks for making such an excellent and original project!

I played the project today and I have to say that while it's quite simple for the moment, it's a great proof of concept you got there. I would be curious to see what a full game with these simplified mechanics would look like. Excellent job, keep up the good work! Here's my walktrough if anyone wants to see what's the full experience is like.

I played the first level of this game (along with the first boss) for my obscure gaming channel today and I have to say it's pretty fun! I really liked the psycho Teletubbies. Good job to everyone involved! 

Needs some work but I can see the start of something good. Good luck with your project guys!

I just explored the whole gallery and I have to say I had a good time. The collection of strange assets and art pieces got me wondering at each turn what would come next. A neat experience that I think more people should try. Here's my let's play of this project : 

Super interesting proof of concept, congrats! This is truly impressive.

While a bit sad, the message is excellent and the game is enjoyable. Good job!

Pretty cool! :) Keep up the good work!

Hello there! I bought this game on Steam and have to say I truly love it , I think it has a ton of potential as it is truly special. I was wondering If any further updates were planned or If it was the final release.

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I just played this and I have to say it was pretty nicely done. Not too long or short, everything worked as it should, the puzzles made sense (which is often a big problem in point-and-click games), the ambiance believable and the graphics were adorable. Good job there devs! 

Awesome! Thanks to you for the quick update and , again, super promising software. Nice to see you already plan on adding some additional features, I'm sure they'll also be super fun to use. I'll follow the development with great interest! Wishing you a fantastic day and great success! :)

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Very interesting software! An export option would be awesome but other than that, the beats generated truly feel unique and often sound great! Good job there! 

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Interesting experience, I enjoyed teaming up with that talking rocket launcher, I feel like it could make a cool concept for a fully-fledged game. Superb work there, I'll follow your next productions with great interest!

Here's my short playthrough for anyone who wants to see what it's like  : 

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Bought this game on Steam and was pleased by the experience.

The visuals are quite charming, the sound design super cute & I couldn't help but laugh at the various references hidden in the office.

Good job! 

Here's my gameplay experience so far : 

Here's my short review of Life Tastes Like Cardboard

The Positive

- An interesting & moving story dealing with the topics of depression, death, loneliness, memory and mental health.

- Several varied art styles & moods evolving throughout the adventure, from very dark, almost angry and raw to childish and luminous.

- The game puts us in the head and the heart of its creator, as if we were invited to read a secret diary or a confidence of a close friend. It always felt personal and genuine.

- Fantastic sound design & audio experimentations , I liked the industrial tones and noises used here and there. The progression of the music in certain areas was really well done and the sound effects greatly contribute to the overall ambiance.

- I never knew what to expect and that was a good thing, it's easy to fall into general & easy tropes while dealing with subjects like these. You can also tell a lot of attention was put into little details, something that was especially appreciated from this reviewer.

- I enjoyed a lot of the cultural references and suggestions you can find by looking hard enough. I spent nearly an hour digging through the links of the in-game PC.

- An orange-juice rythmn game.

- The small-talk segments remembered me of some people that I truly miss and hit rather close to home, bonus points for that.

- It's 100% free (which is surprising considering the overall quality of the whole thing).

The Negative

- Some areas are a bit confusing to navigate (which fits the theme of the game, it's just not my cup of tea).

- I encountered a small bug with the in-game PC where it would sometimes fail to size properly, making it impossible to leave and explore the rest of the appartment without closing the whole game.

- Some small & random slowdowns at time, nothing major.

Should you play it?

If you are currently looking for a deeply introspective & remarkably original adventure, You should definitely play this game.

I was quite surprised by the Steam store page at first glance and the tons of good reviews but people were right, it was indeed a special experience which I can highly recommend.

Just be warned that it tackles heavy subjects in a highly artistic & personal way and might not be for everyone.

Good job! Reminded me a lot of Twin Peaks and the uneasy ambiance of David Lynch's movies. I really enjoyed my experience.

Here's my playthrough without any commentary : 

Entertaining little project. I really like the idea of a haunted PS1 game taking place in a museum. Too bad it's so short. I hope you consider making a longer version someday.

Here's my no-commentary gameplay if anyone wants to see what it's like : 

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Just played this and I have to say it was surprisingly good. Too bad it's so short, I would've loved to discover more of that world. Keep up the good work! :)

Here's my no commentary Let's play.

Adorable little game, I like it!