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, June 11th.
GameLuster has a Screenshot Saturday round-up every week. You can check out the previous list here.
This animation from Dark Light was shared by the developers (@Miraricogames) in this tweet. In this video, we see the new weapon art and animation for the game, and it looks really exciting. The combat animation feels impactful, and the visual effects and pixel art style create a unique aesthetic that we can't wait to see in the game. Dark Light is currently in early access, and you can check out the game on Steam.
The Last Worker
This screenshot from The Last Worker was shared by the publisher (@WiredP) in this tweet. The art depicts a mechanical monster in an industrial salvage yard, and by the intimidating look and the dark color theme of the atmosphere, you can tell this is gonna be a boss fight in the game. The Last Worker is set to release later this year, and you can wishlist the game on Steam right now.
This vibrant video from Nanokin was shared by the developer (@StudioAnjin) in this tweet. The game's world looks bright and cheerful, and the animation and camera movements work really well with the 3D platformer gameplay shown in the footage. We hope to see more of Nanokin in the coming weeks.
Under a Rock
These screenshots from Under a Rock were shared by the developers (@DanArnoldMist) in this tweet. The procedurally generated environments of the game look absolutely beautiful, and the character design gives a strong explorer vibe. We look forward to exploring the world of Under a Rock, but until then, you can wishlist the game on Steam to support the developers.
The Outbound Ghost
This video from The Outbound Ghost was shared by the game's Twitter page (@OutboundGhost) in this tweet. The way the characters look like cutout stickers hopping around is adorable, and the transition between different scenes of the game such as entering the house or starting a conversation gives a very cinematic feel to the game. You can wishlist The Outbound Ghost on Steam and get ready for its release sometime this year.
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!