Screenshot Saturday – October 3rd

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, October 3rd, 2020.

You can check out last weeks list here.

Taking Flight


Falconry is an exciting and fascinating activity, and thanks to The Falconeer, we can soon experience it as a video game. The developers of the game shared this beautiful video in this tweet, and it’s breathtaking. The atmosphere, the world design, the animations, the camera work, it all adds up to a game that we can’t wait to play!


Timberborn Screenshot

Today I realized how much I needed a beaver-citybuilder game in my life. In this tweet, the developers of Timberborn showcased a beautiful scene from their upcoming game. The modular environment and architecture, in addition to the idea of a world run by beavers, makes for an interesting game. We really need to see more of this game!

What Trumpets Do at Night


Just when we thought jazz music and puzzle games wouldn’t go along, Kine came around to prove us wrong! In this tweet, the game’s developers showed a brief scene from this whimsical and creative game! The way the instruments intertwine together to move around is so innovative and funny, and we are really excited that we get to play this game very soon!

Majestic Monster

Story Blade Screenshot

In this tweet, the developers of Story Blade shared the new boss coming to their game, and it looks awesome! The beautiful, scary beast with golden antlers proudly standing over a body is such a surreal scene, and we can’t wait to see what the rest of the game looks like.

From Dawn to Dusk


In this tweet, the developers of Arisen shared a short and stunning scene from their upcoming game. The beautiful art-style, amazing lighting and the transitions of colors between night and day really catches the eye. We can’t wait to see more of this beautiful game!

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