Screenshot Saturday – September 5th

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 5th, 2020.

When You Really Need to Be a Bear


Isolation got you down? Just be a bear!

That’s what the tweet said, and frankly, that’s enough incentive for me to play Bear and Breakfast! The developers showcase amazing environmental design, lighting, and most important of all, the funniest walking bear animation in this video. Bear and Breakfast looks great, and it seems to be the missing piece of our lives nowadays!

Intriguing Character Concepts

Floppy the Happy Planet Screenshot

The developers of Floppy & the Happy Planet revealed early stages of their character designs in this tweet, and it’s beautiful! We get to see the silhouettes of these characters, and the best part is, their characteristics fit really well with the designs even in this early stage. We can’t wait to see these guys in their full glory!

Into the Sewers


Jesse Makkonen shared a bit of his work in progress in this tweet. The short video shows the atmospheric design of this upcoming horror game. With a unique art style, spooky lighting, and a great post apocalyptic theme, it seems like we are going to get another great title from the creator of the Distraint Series.

Pixel Art at its Finest


Fallen Flag Studio showcased some gorgeous art from their upcoming game, Eldest Souls, in this tweet. The backgrounds, environmental design, and gameplay screenshots have great color pallets and lighting effects. These images are some of the best bits of pixel art I have recently seen. We can’t wait to see more if this beautiful game!

The Retro Feels

Reincarnated Screenshot

HaroHaro Games started their twitter account with this beautiful screenshot of their upcoming game, Reincarnated. The Castlevania inspired retro look of the game piqued the interest of indie game lovers, and it seems like the developers are up to a good start. We hope to see more of this game to sooth those nostalgia cravings!

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