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 6, and March 13.
Song Of Iron
Song of Iron developer (@SongofIron) shared this interesting video in this tweet. The game has been featured in our round-ups before, and they have amazing scenes to share every week. This week, they showed a brilliant transition between the early stages of development and a fully animated scene in the game, and it was fantastic. We are looking forward to seeing more of the Song of Iron every week!
Postal: Bain Damaged
The studio developing Postal: Brain Dead (@HYPERSTRANGE) shared this amazing art in this tweet. The art looks amazing, and the combination of the guy wearing a gown shooting the head of a monster off seems like the perfect recipe for a fun game. We can't wait to see more footage of this title!
This gorgeous pixel art of Bilkins' Folly (@herrwebster) was shared in this tweet. The world of the game looks beautiful, character design and animations are very detailed, and Burt's Nautical Niceties just sounds like a shop that I would really love to visit! This game looks awesome, and we can't wait to play it.
This short video was shared by the solo developer of Dolta (@kotadies) in this tweet. The character looks very adorable and in contrast with the gloomy, dark setting and lighting of the scene. The art style and atmosphere of the game look very interesting and unique, and we hope to see more of it.
This short GIF was shared by the developer of Lakeside (@ErtaiGM) in this tweet. Although the scene looks amazing - and the coloring is so good that it reminds me of classical paintings - the thing that caught my eyes the most was the description of the tweet. Lakeside is a sidescroller city builder! A very unique and interesting concept that I'm excited to see how it will turn out.
These colorful screenshots were shared by Dorfromantik's developers (@_Toukana) in this tweet, and yes, these are art! The Settlers of Catan-like artstyle of the game looks really good, and we would love to spend hours chilling and playing this lovely game. Hopefully we won't have to wait long!
This trailer from Industria was shared by the developers (@JoinIndustria) in this tweet, and the game looks very promising! The atmosphere and environments are very chilling and mysterious, and the inspirations from Half Life 2 and Bioshock have been well executed well in this title. We are excited to see what the final game will 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!