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 20.

Game Luster has a Screenshot Saturday round-up every week. You can check out the previous list here.

Time Master

These gorgeous small worlds from Time Master were shared by the developers (@TheMorpheusZ) in this tweet. The game looks like a simple 3D puzzle game, but the graphics and the art style are truly stunning. You can play Time Master's demo for free on Steam right now, and if you enjoy the game, make sure to wishlist it to support the developers.

Neon Blood

This new trailer for Neon Blood was shared by the studio's Twitter page (@ChaoBrainStudio) in this tweet, and it looks amazing! Neon Blood is a 2.5D Cyberpunk JRPG, and from what we see in the trailer, we can be sure that the game will give us a beautiful world to explore. We look forward to seeing more of this game in the future.

Fallen Tear: Ascension

Fallen Tear The Ascension

The developers of Fallen Tear: Ascension (@FallenTearGame) wanted to make sure if their characters look good on a new background, and in the process, we got to see this beautiful screenshot in this tweet! The game has a very classic cartoonish art style, and we are excited to see more. You can wishlist Fallen Teas: Ascension on Steam right now.

Research And Destroy

I don't know what's going on in this video; Are we ghostbusters in space? Do these aliens just look like ghosts? But I don't care, it seems like a lot of fun, and I want to play it! This video from Research and Destroy was shared by the developers (@ImplausibleIndy) in this tweet, and their game's demo is also available on Steam right now. Make sure to check it out, and wishlist the game to stay up to date with the development.

Sixthorns

This video from Sixthorns was shared by the developer (@sixthorns) in this tweet. While the video doesn't showcase much of the game's art style and environmental design, the physics and the animations are really impressive. We look forward to see more of this developer's work in the future.

Grow: Song of the Evertree

Grow Song of the Evertree

These Screenshot Saturday round-ups are about showcasing indie games that we like and support and showcase talented developers, and one of those games happens to be the recently released game, Grow: Song of The Evertree (@GrowEvertree). Grow is a sandbox world-crafting game with a beautiful art style and a lovely world to explore, and it is now available on Steam, PS4, Xbox One, and Nintendo Switch. You can watch the trailer, learn more about the game, and purchase it on every platform on 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!