Screenshot Saturday – July 9th

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 9th.

GameLuster has a Screenshot Saturday round-up every week. You can check out the previous list here.

The Last Case of Benedict Fox

This video from The Last Case of Benedict Fox was shared by the game’s Twitter page (@BenFoxGame) in this tweet. The video showcases multiple environments, enemies, and combat animations, and this Lovecraftian side scroller looks pretty impressive! The Last Case of Benedict Fox is set to release in 2023, and you can wishlist the game on Steam right now.


These screenshots from KAKUDO were shared by the developers (@BWeatherStudios) in this tweet. Mazes are not usually the main focus of modern video games, so it’s interesting to see what the colorful world of KAKUDO has to offer! We look forward to learning more about this game in the future.


This video from Desohunter was shared by the developer (@witsaraz) in this tweet. We had seen earlier stages of this game in development in one of our Screenshot Saturday round-ups, and it’s exciting to see the new features and impressive visual effects in the game now. You can wishlist Desohunter on Steam to get notified about further news regarding the game.

Super Zoo Story

The Super Zoo Story is an adorable management simulator that caught our eyes a few weeks ago. This week, the game’s Twitter page (@Super_Zoo_Story) shared the game’s progress through these screenshots in this tweet.  The game’s pixel art and world design have come a long way, and we are excited to see where it’s headed! You can wishlist Super Zoo Story on Steam right now.


This short video from Mona was shared by the developer (@ABeginnersDevB1) in this tweet. The developer came back after a few months to share this little teaser from the game, and get us hyped for some upcoming news about Mona. Even in this short video, the game’s world feels like a magical place waiting to be explored, so make sure to follow the developer and wishlist Mona on Steam so you won’t miss out on the news!

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