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, November 13.
GameLuster has a Screenshot Saturday round-up every week. You can check out the previous list here.
Cool animations, humorous art style, and a spinning van loaded with miniguns are the perfect way to start this week's round-up! This short video from Scrap Bringer was shared by the developers (@PseudoZap) in this tweet, and the game looks very exciting. Scrap Bringer will launch its crowdfunding campaign soon, and if you're interested in the game, you can follow their Kickstarter to stay up to date with the development.
Menu and UI design are usually not as impressive as actual game footage, but this week, developers of Fragment Garage (@FragmentGarage) showed everyone how it's done with this tweet. The background art alone is gorgeous enough to make us interested in the game, but the menu transitions and UI designs are also very high quality. We look forward to seeing more of this game in the future.
These screenshots from DarKnot were shared by the game's Twitter page (@DarknotGame) in this tweet. The atmosphere and the environmental design of the game look chilling, and as the tweet mentioned, the screenshots does have the same vibe as Resident Evil: Village. Hopefully, we will get to experience this horror game soon, and until then, you can wishlist DarKnot on Steam.
This video from Hyperchange: Unboxed was shared in a heartwarming tweet by the developers (@HYPERCHARGEGAME). The developers said that as a child, they dreamt of creating a video game where you played as an action figure, and we can't be more excited to see this dream become reality! Hyperchange: Unboxed is currently available on Steam, and you can download a free demo as well.
Pentaquin: Deeds Of Twilight
This video from Pentaquin: Deeds Of Twilight was shared by the game's Twitter page (@Pentaquin) in this tweet. The video shows the first boss of the game, and the art and animations, especially the small birds flying in the background look really impressive. The short scene is filled with beautiful details, and we can't wait to see more. You can wishlist Pentaquin: Deeds Of Twilight on Steam right now.
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!