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Deus Ex: The Fall

Game review by Avoozl Agree Disagree

Worst game.

7

Labyrinth - Can you leave alive?

Early access game review by Bloxxon_Digital Agree Disagree

A pretty standard "get the keys/get out" game. Fairly fun to play. If I were the dev, I would maybe consider making the match brighter with a sharp drop off towards the outside of its light radius.

8

AppGameKit

Engine review by Harlequin71 Agree Disagree

Great 2D, and very functional 3D.
The BASIC style language is quick and easy to learn making it a great tool to create games and graphical style apps.
Needs a built in GUI library (but you can make your own).
Support 3D models, shaders, audio and is multi-platform. I like it as I have 400+ hours in it..

10

Super Cat Herding: Totally Awesome Edition

Early access game review by MayorAwesome Agree Disagree

It's a fun game on desktop and even more fun in VR. Once you get the Kitty Cannon you can really start with the destruction. It's still early access, so right now there are only two levels, but the replayability of those levels is pretty high so I'd say it's worth the investment. Also, it's pretty bug free for an early access game as far as I can tell so that's a positive. There are all sorts of little easter eggs in the game as well, which makes you want to try to find them all. Overall it's a very entertaining game.

10

Rocket Descent

Game review by CpnSpackJarrow Agree Disagree

Very slick game. Great way to kill time.

9

Slenderman Must Die - Underground Bunker

Game review by Slendygamer Agree Disagree

:v

9

AppGameKit

Engine review by kwandjeen Agree Disagree

Agk is easy and allows you to program quickly. It is crossplatform and allows to quickly test its games / application with wifi.
I remove a star because it produces apk files of a minimum of 18MB (embedded)

10

AppGameKit

Engine review by Itanican Agree Disagree

Incredibly fast 2d and 3d rendering, easy to understand sytax, runs across multiple devices (iOS, Android, Windows, Mac, Linux), AGK is a fantastic development environment. It even spares you the pain of installing your code on device for testing, because you can broadcast to it in seconds - a huge time saver. Brialliant software, updated regularly with new features, highly recommend.

10

Five Nights at Freddy's: Sister Location

Game review by JaidynSan Agree Disagree

So we thought it was over...but then came another. Sister Location is an amazing and unique game, unlike any of the other games. Instead of sitting and surviving until 6AM for the week, this game forces the player to do chores and while doing so they will discover the deep backstory of Circus Baby and the gang. A lot of mechanics from previous games were implemented as well as new mechanics but that's not all, SL is the first FNaF game to have voice acting in it besides the Phone Guy making the experience even more terrifying. Unfortunately the game isn't that long but when Custom Night was added after release, it became a real challenge.
Overall I think SL is one of the best FNaF games, it's not the best in my opinion because the original games have a special place in my heart but it's still an amazing story based game, definitely a huge improvement from the previous games. 10/10 -JaidynSan

10

AppGameKit

Engine review by cybermind13 Agree Disagree

AppGameKit V2 is my most used programming tool, I get stuff done with AGK2. I can use BASIC for very rapid prototyping, and I can then use the same commands in C++ afterwards. I highly recommend this software. But the best part is that I can use the same source code across multiple platforms like Windows, MacOS, iOS, Linux, HTML5 and Android.

10

AppGameKit

Engine review by undead-joe Agree Disagree

Easy to learn and use, with a great community and support.
Lots of content for whatever you need can be obtained easily.
Can't really go wrong.

10

AppGameKit

Engine review by UzmaDesign Agree Disagree

I am new indie but have been using AGK as a hobby for several years. It is an amazing language suitable for beginners and well seasoned programmers alike. The 2D is full-featured and blistering fast, and the 3D is now coming into its own with new features constantly being added. An absolute joy to work with. I can not recommend this product highly enough. 1000/10!!!

10

Forge of Gods (RPG)

Game review by sasha_hub Agree Disagree

Awesome game!

10

AppGameKit

Engine review by psy-labs Agree Disagree

This is the product I've been waiting for a long time.
I used to code in Blitz3D, which unfortunately is totally outdated by now, running on DX7.
I bought MonkeyX Pro, but I didn't really like the language.
Then I stumbled on AGK2.
I used to code with DarkBasic in the old days, so the syntax of AGK2 was just perfect for me.
AGK2 can export on mulitple platforms, just like MonkeyX Pro, but it's WAY easier.
AGK brings tons of useful command sets like 2D physics, 3D physics, tweening, adverts, particles, and even supports GameCenter, Facebook and InApp-Purchases. Shaders, too? You betcha!

The learning curve is really awesome. Even a total beginner can do some impressive stuff in a couple of hours.
The forum is also great, people are very helpful.

I big plus is the free AGK 2 player, which enables you to broadcast your code right onto your Android device, without having to export to .apk. You simply hit the Broadcast button and you can play your game on your smartphone.

What I'm missing is the STEAM support ( Achievements, Stats ) for TIER 1, but it may come in the future.

If you're an Indie developer and want to create games fast and easy, this is for you!!!

10

AppGameKit

Engine review by fubarpk Agree Disagree

AGK is a fantastic development tool that is great for beginners to learn and still powerful enough to keep the more experienced happy. It has an easy to use interface with syntax highlighting. Unlike other tools on the market you will receive fantastic friendly forum support from people who are only too happy to help when you come across something you don't understand :)

10

AppGameKit

Engine review by FluffyKnuckleduster Agree Disagree

This is such a fantastic tool for those wanting to make mobile games. It handles games for PC and web as well, but after using Unreal, Unity and Torque before, AGK takes the cake in my opinion. You DO need to have some coding experience to get the most out of it, but the community is expansive and more than happy to help people starting out. Also check out some of the AGK bundles, too, as they offer packs which come with tutorial guides and asset packs which are great for people starting out in game development.
One thing to note, you will still need a mac to compile an iOS build of your game. Other than that, you're golden :)

9

AppGameKit

Engine review by BlueSteel Agree Disagree

one of if not the best programming languages i've used I give it a 9/10 (no language is perfect:) )

9

Saddies: Attack!!

Game review by hirukodeveloper Agree Disagree

Simple yet fun

10

Saddies: Attack!!

Game review by FouadtjuhMaster Agree Disagree

Actiegame voor de mensen die zich vervelen. In tijden van verveling een goeie alternatief om toch wat te doen

9

AppGameKit

Engine review by Mobiius Agree Disagree

A very good programming language, multi platform, quick deploying. I love it!

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