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Better than Starfield, Lethal Company has surpassed 120k simultaneous online players

The most worthwhile shooting game to play recently is not Call of Duty, but the comically horrifying game Lethal Company, which has broken through 120,000 simultaneous online players. This is a pixel-art-style indie game. The game's backstory is set in outer space, where you are an employee of an unscrupulous company, scavenging waste in a barren land, and doing the risky business of exchanging life for money. Humans are not the only creatures on this planet, nor are you the only scavenger on the wasteland. Therefore, how to "cooperatively" get along with these creatures and humans, survive, and make it home after work is the focal point of the game.
Better than Starfield, Lethal Company has surpassed 120k simultaneous online players

[Pocket Playfest!] RPGMaker Meets Resident Evil! Interesting Indie Horror! | Heaven Dust 2 Review!

For more information and to participate in the in-app event, gamers can download the TapTap app via the App Store, Play Store, or from the official website: Heaven’s Dust 2 is an isometric survival horror game that combines the puzzle-solving elements of Resident Evil with RPGMaker aesthetics. It certainly isn’t as scary as Resident Evil or Silent Hill but is much more approachable and digestible as a game.
[Pocket Playfest!] RPGMaker Meets Resident Evil! Interesting Indie Horror! | Heaven Dust 2 Review!
Heaven Dust 2
Heaven Dust 2

Twitch hit Lethal Company is spooky and hilarious, but it’s not quite ready for mass consumption

SHOULD I PLAY LETHAL COMPANY? If you aren’t already swept up in the latest viral sensation created by Roblox game developer Zeekerss, you might want to wait on this one for a bit. Lethal Company has a winning formula that’s perfectly tuned for hilarious Twitch streams, but it needs a good deal of fit and finish before it’s a game I could recommend for a general audience. That said, if you’re ready to deal with a lot of rough edges and have a dedicated squad to play with,
Twitch hit Lethal Company is spooky and hilarious, but it’s not quite ready for mass consumption
Lethal Company
Lethal Company

TapTap Game of the Year 2023 #4: Alan Wake II - the best action game of 2023

Alan Wake II starts off like a gritty detective serial, but it doesn’t take long for reality to break down completely. It whisks players along on a surreal adventure through dreams and memories that is at turns terrifying, grandiose, and hilarious. It’s the rare game that defies genre boundaries and illustrates the incredible power of video games as a new storytelling medium, one that can draw inspiration from older forms while never being constrained by them.
TapTap Game of the Year 2023 #4: Alan Wake II - the best action game of 2023

A free Silent Hill game that doesn't suck? Silent Hill: The Short Message is P.T. for a new era

SHOULD I PLAY SILENT HILL: THE SHORT MESSAGE? Definitely play it if you have a PlayStation 5 and are open to horror games that tackle darker subject matter. Silent Hill: The Short Message is a completely free title with no monetization whatsoever. While it tells a standalone story, there are also hints at what we might see in future Silent Hill games, like Silent Hill f and Townfall. After the disaster
A free Silent Hill game that doesn't suck? Silent Hill: The Short Message is P.T. for a new era

Shining Light in the Dark: A Review of "Bulb Boy"

"Bulb Boy" emerges as a captivating 2D point & click horror adventure, offering a unique blend of puzzles, monsters, and a twisted narrative. Let's delve into the glowing world of Bulby and explore what makes this game shine. Background Story: In the darkened Bulbhouse, Bulb Boy's journey unfolds as he confronts the sinister forces that have enveloped his home. The mysterious disappearance of his family and the presence of menacing monsters set the stage for a thrilling quest to wield his glowing head against the encroaching evil.
Shining Light in the Dark: A Review of "Bulb Boy"
Bulb Boy
Bulb Boy

LETHAL COMPANY - Forever Alone Solo Mode. ITS VERY HARD! // GAMEPLAY [PC]

Playing Lethal Company together with your friends might be fun, but playing it solo is a real challenge. 1 Death and you lose everything, lets see how I will endure this challenge. Embark on a thrilling venture in "Lethal Company" as a contracted worker tasked with scavenging scrap from industrialized moons to meet the Company's profit goals. In this 2-minute review, delve into the intricate balance of risk, reward, and personalization, where earnings can be spent on lunar exploration or ship upgrades. Capture the essence of nature by scanning creatures for your bestiary while navigating the eerie landscapes of derelict moons. Learn how teamwork becomes your lifeline against nocturnal dangers and discover strategic tools from the Company store. Join me as we navigate the challenges of meeting quotas and surviving the perils of "Lethal Company."
LETHAL COMPANY - Forever Alone Solo Mode. ITS VERY HARD! // GAMEPLAY [PC]
Lethal Company
Lethal Company

Unraveling Nightmares: A Review of Vermin God

Vermin God: SCP Horror Game plunges players into a nightmarish world inspired by SCP-027, promising an immersive horror experience through a multi-path visual novel. As we delve into the depths of this mysterious underground science facility, let's dissect the elements that make this game stand out. Background Story: The narrative centers around Sye Mejia, an 18-year-old grappling with the enigmatic Vermin God Disease. The premise, drawing on the allure of SCP-027, sets the stage for a gripping exploration of a character entangled in a living human infestation. The mystery deepens as Sye wakes up in an unknown facility, creating a compelling backdrop for the unfolding horror.
Unraveling Nightmares: A Review of Vermin God
Vermin God: SCP Horror Game
Vermin God: SCP Horror Game

Jump scare! Paper Lily is a free horror RPG about anxiety, monsters, and touching grass

SHOULD I PLAY PAPER LILY? Definitely give it a try, especially if you like story-driven horror games. Paper Lily is a spooky RPG filled with puzzles and creepy creatures. While there are plenty of monsters, the game also touches on real-world horrors, like bullying and social anxiety. Paper Lily is a follow-up to another horror RPG, Project Kat, but the story stands on its own.The first chapter is completely free, so there’s no reason not to check it out!
Jump scare! Paper Lily is a free horror RPG about anxiety, monsters, and touching grass
Paper Lily - Chapter 1
Paper Lily - Chapter 1

Isometric Survival Indie Horror! Survive the Undead! | Heaven Dust 2 Quick Review!

Heaven’s Dust 2 is what happens when Resident Evil meets RPG Maker. Heaven’s Dust 2 is an isometric survival horror game with puzzle-solving elements that are a clear homage to the classic Resident Evil games. The premise is very similar too. The isometric camera angle helps illustrate and bring to life the environments you encounter but also deliver you important visual information at the same time. Because puzzle-solving is the primary way to progress in Heaven’s Dust 2, you will always be on the lookout for clues and objects of interest. But, at the same time, it can be annoying to deal with when trying to navigate the sprawling and convoluted map.
Isometric Survival Indie Horror! Survive the Undead! | Heaven Dust 2 Quick Review!
Heaven Dust 2
Heaven Dust 2

Heaven Dust 2 is the cutest version of Resident Evil 2 you can play

SHOULD I PLAY HEAVEN DUST 2? This one’s definitely worth checking out, especially if you’re interested in Resident Evil 2 but have been put off by the sheer amount of terror and gore. In fact, just imagine the chibi version of Resident Evil 2 and you’ve got a pretty accurate picture of Heaven Dust 2, which is about a guy who wakes up in a zombie-infested research facility and has to solve a bunch of bizarre puzzles to escape, all while avoiding being munched on by the walking dead.
Heaven Dust 2 is the cutest version of Resident Evil 2 you can play
Heaven Dust 2
Heaven Dust 2

Heaven Dust 2: Striking Similarity to the Original

In 2020, the video game "Heaven Dust" boldly posed the inquiry, "What would happen if "Resident Evil 1" were presented with a top-down camera perspective?" The resultant offering manifested as a proficient action-adventure, notably more accessible than its muse due to the perpetual visibility of zombies. Presently, the emergence of "Heaven Dust 2" initiates a subsequent query—"What if the "Heaven Dust" narrative unfolded within a more expansive mansion?" Consequently, this sequel lacks the endearing qualities found in its forerunner. "Heaven Dust 2" unfolds in the aftermath of its predecessor, with the protagonist, Steve, awakening from the cryo pod wherein he had been confined after an abduction by corporate operatives. He discovers himself within another mansion besieged by rampant zombies. Regrettably, those anticipating a setting akin to a city immersed in a zombocalypse reminiscent of "Resident Evil 2" will likely find themselves disillusioned by the sequel's thematic choice.
Heaven Dust 2
Heaven Dust 2

SCP Bloodwater: A Riveting Dive into Anomalous Strategy

Immerse yourself in a gripping journey as the Site Director in SCP Bloodwater, a strategy management defense game that draws inspiration from the enigmatic SCP Foundation's Red Pool, SCP-354. In this review, we'll explore the game's immersive narrative, strategic depth, and the challenges that lie within the anomalous containment site. Background Story: The narrative unfolds with players assuming the role of a newly appointed Site Director tasked with a threefold mission: harvesting resources, defending against anomalous entities, and advancing research. SCP-354, now elevated to
SCP Bloodwater: A Riveting Dive into Anomalous Strategy
SCP: Bloodwater
SCP: Bloodwater

IMMERSE YOURSELF IN THIS FANTASTIC HORROR STORY!

It's not often that we find developers willing and ready to put in a lot of effort to create high-quality video games for free. Normally, there is some type of give and take that makes it more probable that they will eventually sell a full product and that this is only the prologue, but you would be astonished to learn that this is actually the result of a previous prologue from a previous game they made called
IMMERSE YOURSELF IN THIS FANTASTIC HORROR STORY!

Dear RED: Unraveling Horror Through Haunting Choices

Dear RED invites players to a spine-chilling experience, where every decision is a step deeper into the darkness. Brace yourself for a journey that intertwines revenge, horror, and a mystery waiting to consume your sanity. Background Story: Set in a haunting small house, the game revolves around Red's relentless pursuit of justice for her murdered mother. The story, a tangled web of memories and secrets, unfolds gradually, keeping players on the edge of their seats.
Dear RED: Unraveling Horror Through Haunting Choices
Dear RED
Dear RED

LETHAL COMPANY - FUN TOGETHER, CHALLENGING ALONE // QUICK REVIEW [PC]

Embark on a thrilling venture in "Lethal Company" as a contracted worker tasked with scavenging scrap from industrialized moons to meet the Company's profit goals. In this 2-minute review, delve into the intricate balance of risk, reward, and personalization, where earnings can be spent on lunar exploration or ship upgrades. Capture the essence of nature by scanning creatures for your bestiary while navigating the eerie landscapes of derelict moons. Learn how teamwork becomes your lifeline against nocturnal dangers and discover strategic tools from the Company store. Join me as we navigate the challenges of meeting quotas and surviving the perils of "Lethal Company." This video review of Mobile/ PC/ Console Game will show you some gameplay and help you to decide if you should invest your time into this game, we will discuss game mechanics, combat, progression, mechanics and f2p or p2w aspect of the game made in 2023. ❤️ HELP ME REACH 20 000 FOLLOWERS 🔔 FOLLOW FOR MORE GAME REVIEWS 🌲 LINKTREE (ALL THE LINKS):
LETHAL COMPANY - FUN TOGETHER, CHALLENGING ALONE // QUICK REVIEW [PC]
Lethal Company
Lethal Company

A cozy, creepy crafting game you should play in the dark

SHOULD I PLAY WYTCHWOOD ON MOBILE? Definitely check it out if you haven’t already played it on other platforms. Wytchwood is a cozy crafting game with some seriously spooky vibes. I tested the game on iPhone and Android, and both versions ran perfectly. Moving around and navigating menus is a breeze, and the colorful, creepy visuals look absolutely stunning. It’s the perfect game to play on a dark, stormy night.
A cozy, creepy crafting game you should play in the dark
Wytchwood
Wytchwood

Death Stranding is still better on PlayStation, but the iOS version isn’t a total loss

When I first heard that legendary game developer Hideo Kojima was creating a postapocalyptic open-world game starring The Walking Dead’s Norman Reedus, I was through the roof with excitement. And yet, when that game finally launched in 2019, with a pandemic looming right around the corner, it somehow slipped my radar. Who could’ve guessed that just over four years later, a full, triple-A console game like
Death Stranding is still better on PlayStation, but the iOS version isn’t a total loss
DEATH STRANDING DIRECTOR'S CUT
DEATH STRANDING DIRECTOR'S CUT

Are you afraid of the dark? Little Nightmares is on mobile, and it's incredibly creepy

SHOULD I PLAY LITTLE NIGHTMARES ON MOBILE? Play it, but use a controller if you can. Little Nightmares is a terrific puzzle adventure game, and the mobile version looks fantastic, but the touchscreen controls can be difficult to deal with. Thankfully, the game offers full controller support, so if you’re struggling to push a chair or jump over a large gap, you can switch over to something smoother. Even if you don’t have a controller to play with, this creepy-yet-cozy game is worth a closer look.
Are you afraid of the dark? Little Nightmares is on mobile, and it's incredibly creepy
Little Nightmares
Little Nightmares
Lethal Company Where should I start ? I couldn't even say a bad thing about this game but I'll try ! 📖 Storyline: You wake up in a spaceship with almost no info about why you are here other than a notepad explaning you the basics of the game, you can find some notepad on the planets expanding the lore further but I'll let you discover it, in the company you are working for, you have to find scraps on all the planets to sell them, the problem is that there is a quota of money you have to do and the time is limited so you better hurry up and take all the scrap you can to sell, if you don't meet the quota, you'll be released in space and you'll have to start all over again and don't think it will be easy because the quota goes up everytime you meet the quota, of course you will meet different dangers while searching for scraps like giants spiders, giants and I'll let you discover the rest...
Lethal Company
Lethal Company
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