Screenshot Saturday - November 28th

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 28th, 2020.

GameLuster has a Screenshot Saturday round-up every week. You can check out last week's list here!

A Juggler's Tale

In this tweet, developers of A Juggler's Tale shared an interesting time lapse of the game's art design. It's such a unique behind the scenes look at game development, and the final results look absolutely stunning! We are excited to see more of this game in coming weeks.

In Sound Mind

In Sound Mind developers shared these screenshots of their game in this tweet. Both scenes are beautifully designed and the atmosphere is very mysterious, giving us a chilling early look at a horror game that we are both excited and scared of!


Multiplayer sport brawlers are always a ton of fun, and they rarely look as good as Highpoint! The game's twitter account shared this short video in this tweet, and the game looks beautiful, smooth, and fun. We can't wait to gather a couple of friends and smash each other with our flailing robot arms!

Before The Dawn

Developers of Before The Dawn, introduced their game in this tweet, highlighting their amazing art style and character design. We rarely see the combination of zombie apocalypse and medieval themes, but this game is here to show us how that looks! We can't wait to see more of this unique world in the future.

Running Rogue

I couldn't stop looking at this short gif shared in this tweet. Partly because Running Rogue looks like a fun and fast paced game, but I also noticed that the gif is a perfect loop, and it looks so cool! Creating this perfect loop makes the short footage feel more action packed, an ideal representation for a game like this. We hope to see more gameplay footage for Running Rogue very soon.


What indies have you got your eye on? Like the look of anything Nima found this week? Let us know in the comment section below! 

Nima Dabirian

Hey, I’m Nima. I started my adventure with Tiny Toons on a Sega console when I was 5, and since then, I have been passionate about video games. I got my first taste of writing during my college, in our student run zine, NAAM. I was studying architecture, and NAAM was about art and architecture. That was when I realized that I can actually put my two favorite things, games and writing, together. Games are a form of art after all. Now I have the chance to write about the games I play and share my thoughts on them in this platform. I hope you enjoy, and let me know what you think!

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