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 26.
GameLuster has a Screenshot Saturday round-up every week. You can check out the previous list here!
The developers of Dros (@DROS_game) shared this video of one of the game’s towns in this tweet. The multilayered architecture and intertwining streets that hold the city aloft in an endless space create a very unique space for the players to explore, and we are certainly looking forward to it. You can wishlist Dros on Steam right now.
It’s no surprise that we have featured Undungeon in our Screenshiot Saturday round ups multiple times when talented artists such as @fomziepixels work on this game! This screenshot shared on this tweet, showcases a combat scene from the game. The character designs, impressively detailed environment, and the dangerous looking robot add up to a beautiful and exciting scene that we can’t wait to experience first hand. The game was recently delayed and we can expect Undungeon this fall.
Procedurally Generated Scene
We are always impressed by the different styles of artwork shared during Screenshot Saturdays, but one developer (@mango_lychee) shared this procuderally generated scene in this tweet and blew us away. This gorgeous environment was completely designed by programming and shaders, without using any models or textures. As the developer mentioned in one of their comments, the whole game will be using this technique, and we are excited to hear more about it!
The studio developing Souldiers (@RetroForgeGames) shared these screenshots of their game in this tweet. The screenshots show multiple environments of the game, and they all have amazing background designs, with beautiful art styles that conveys unique atmospheres for each one. You can wishlist Souldiers on Steam so you get notified about the game’s release.
Sword Of Symphony
The Twitter page for Sword Of Symphony (@SWORDOFSYMPHONY) shared this video of some of the game’s animation in this tweet. The movement animations are so smooth and realistic, that I don’t think I’ve seen this quality even in most AAA titles! If you are interested you can learn more about Sword Of Symphony in their website.
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!