Indie game developers share their work progress every week on Twitter with the #ScreenshotSaturday hashtag. In this piece, we take a look at the most interesting and eye-catching screenshots or short videos of indie games shared on Saturday, July 17.
GameLuster has a Screenshot Saturday round-up every week. You can check out the previous list here!
This cute video from Aka was shared by the developer (@BarthelemyNamra) in this tweet. The cartoonish art style and animations create a loveable atmosphere, and the detail of the environment especially the water and the waves is quite impressive! We are looking forward to this game, and you can wishlist Aka on Steam to get notified about the release date and other news regarding the game.
This character design and animation for the game Clearings was shared by the game's Twitter page (@ClearingsGame) in this tweet. The animation is for an enemy's attack in a Rogue-like Deckbuilder game, and the details and movements of the character seem perfect for the genre. We can't wait to see more of this game in the coming weeks!
This concept art from the game Ragtag Crew was shared by the game's Twitter page (@ragtag_crew) in this tweet. We see one of the game's monsters in all its details, and if you check their Twitter page, the animations of this Rogelite are quite dramatic and fun to watch. The game is set to release in the first half of 2022, and you can wishlist Ragtag Crew on Steam right now!
Retreat To Enen
This amazing environment is from the game Retreat To Enen, shared by the game's Twitter page (@RetreatToEnen) in this tweet. The interactive foliage that the developers revealed in this video is very realistic, and we can't wait to explore the beautiful nature of this world. There is no set release date for this survival game yet, but you can wishlist Retreat To Enen on Steam right now.
We love to see cozy and adorable pixel art games in our round-ups, and Wanderwood (@WanderwoodGame) gave us what we wanted in this tweet. The scene shows a small home filled with interesting objects and details, with simple animations. We hope we get to see more of this game in the future!
What indies have you got your eye on? Do you like the look of anything Nima found this week? Let us know what you think in the comment section below!