Screenshot Saturday is a weekly feature on GameLuster, based on the Twitter hashtag, focused on upcoming indie games. On Saturdays, developers will post screenshots or GIFs of their games on Twitter. Each week, we compile 5 of the most visually interesting #screenshotsaturday tweets. 

Developer Cloak and Dagger teases a scene from their new project, Sumatra: Fate of Yandi, a point-and-click adventure game set in an Indonesian jungle. You play as a logger named Yandi, who finds himself stranded in the jungle after a horrible accident. Your goal is, of course, to escape the jungle, but you’ll have to survive the threats that lurk in the shadows. There is no release date set for Sumatra yet, but you can wishlist it on Steam.

Rainswept is developer Armaan Sandhu’s first game. This upcoming murder mystery thriller set in the ’90s centers on a detective with a troubling past. In this GIF, Sandhu demonstrates how the player can customize the main character using a variety of outfits. While no release date has been set as of yet, the developer plans to announce it soon. In the meantime, you can wishlist it here.

Even if you’re not a fan of racing games, you have to admit, there’s something satisfying about watching this car spin circles in the snow. This is a GIF from the upcoming racing game INFINLAND set in, well, Finland. The game is still in development, but if you want to check out more gameplay, you can follow the dev on Twitter or watch this interesting teaser. 

Flip through these beautiful, haunting screenshots of this indie horror game. Developer Plueschkatze has only been working on her RPG fantasy-horror game for one month, but it’s coming along smoothly. You can follow the development of this game on Twitter, and if you’re interested, you can check out the dev’s other works on her itch.io page. 

You’ve heard of walking in a winter wonderland, but what about BOUNCING through one? Developer BasMakesGames shows off the wintry level of his upcoming platformer, The Outbreak Story.  Although there’s no official game page yet, you can follow its development on Twitter.

Check out the #screenshotsaturday hashtag on Twitter to learn more about other upcoming games. Let us know your favorites in the comments below!