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 12.
GameLuster has a Screenshot Saturday round-up every week. You can check out the previous list here!
The Endflame studios (@endflamestudio) shared the trailer for their upcoming horror game, Ikai, in this tweet. The trailer shows very ominous environments, a Japanese haunted house, creepy crawlies, and many more horror elements that all add up to an intriguing horror game that we are excited about! The game is coming out this October, and you can wishlist Ikai on Steam right now.
The Watcher Chronicles Twitter page (@WatcherChronic1) shared this art from the game in this tweet. The character design and art style look fantastic. The evil undead wizard has a very simple yet detailed outfit and interesting equipment, and can't wait to see more of this game. You can wishlist the Watcher Chronicles on Steam right now!
This impossibly confusing footage from Impossible Bottles was shared by Honig Studios (@honigstudios) in this tweet. I'm not sure what this game is, but I can't take my eyes off of the hypnotic and surreal animations, lights, and that dude on the edge of the platform. Let's not even start to talk about what's going on on top of this place, let's just wait and see what more this game has in store for us!
This environment art was shared by the developer of Building 847 (@EpicMcDude) in this tweet. As the tweet mentions, this piece was inspired by the horror movie Lake Mungo, and the result is as dark and gloomy as anyone can hope for in a beautiful horror game. Building 847 is available on Steam right now!
We are constantly surprised and excited by indie games that are shared during Screenshot Saturdays, and one of the amazing features that we see in these tweets is how much of the game the developers can share in a few images or a short video. I think we have a winner in this category with this 3-second gif of Coromon, shared by the game's Twitter page (@CoromonTheGame) in this tweet. The short footage shows the different environments, the animation, and the art style that we can expect from this title, and we should be looking forward to a big announcement about Coromon during this year's E3!
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!