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, March 26th.
GameLuster has a Screenshot Saturday round-up every week. You can check out the previous list here.
Song of Conquest
Old school strategy games were the favorite genre of many gamers, and many franchises are still popular after many years. It’s always exciting to see new titles being introduced in the genre, such as this screenshot from Song of Conquest (@songsofconquest) in this tweet. Song of Conquest is in early access, and you can check the game out on Steam right now.
This video from Derelicts was shared by the game’s Twitter page (@DerelictsGame) in this tweet. The graphics look impressive, but more importantly, I particularly appreciate the clear and large UI indicators in the game. Some survival games focus too much on realism and forget that they have to be user-friendly and accessible for players. Derelicts is looking good, and we hope to see more of it in the future, but for now, you can wishlist the game on Steam.
Dreams In The Witch House
This screenshot from Dreams in the Witch House was shared by the developers (@atombraingames) in this tweet. The pixel art looks beautiful, and the small room is full of fascinating details. The atmosphere of the game feels perfect for a classic adventure game, and we look forward to seeing more of Dreams in the Witch House. You can wishlist the game on Steam right now.
A trash can with tentacles as limbs, surrounded by skeletons and mushrooms, is exactly what you’d expect as a new enemy in Despot’s Game! The video was shared by the developers (@Despotism_3k) in this tweet. The game is an interesting combination of roguelike and tactical auto battlers, and is available as early access on Steam right now!
These concept arts were shared by the True Colors studio (@TrueColorsDev) in this tweet. It’s always interesting to see the early stages of game development. These concept arts show a fascinating urban environment, and we can’t wait to see what the final game world is going to look like.
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!