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, September 4.
GameLuster has a Screenshot Saturday round-up every week. You can check out the previous list here!
Cynthia: Hidden in the Moonshadow
This beautiful and lively video from Cynthia: Hidden in the Moonshadow, was shared by the developer (@THdev_eu) in this tweet. The world and character designs look simple, but the color pallette and animations create a cheerful atmosphere. You can wishlist the game on Steam right now!
This gif is so horrifyingly beautiful, and that's what we look for in any horror game. This scene from Decarnation was shared by the game developer (@atelierQDB) in this tweet, and the transition between the empty room and the lovecraftian horrors is the perfect nightmare fuel. You can wishlist Decarnation on Steam, and get ready for it's 2022 release!
Games with simple premises and mechanics can look absolutely stunning, and Faerie Afterlight is the perfect example of that! This video was shared by the game's Twitter page (@FAfterlightGame) in this tweet, and the animations and the transition between different forms of the creature is just brilliant. We can't wait to see more, and you can wishlist Faerie Afterlight on Steam so you'll get notified when the game is available.
This short video from NeJ was shared by the solo developer (@Ben_Lega_Vidya) in this tweet. The game's art style is so unique and adorable, that I instantly fell in love with it. The minimalistic black and white style is perfectly complimented with the slight touches of color, and character designs are both gorgeous! You can wishlist NeJ on Steam right now, and you only have to wait until February for the game's release.
Justin Wack & the Big Time Hack
In this weeks round-up, we saw horror, colorful, or artistic games, and finally we have a comical one! This short video was shared by the developer (@WarmKittenGames) in this tweet, and introduced us to the wackiness that is Justin Wack & the Big Time Hack! The game is a point and click adventure, and as we see the art style and character designs are good, and the animations are just hilarious! So if you're a fan of the genre, be sure to wishlist this game on Steam!
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!