Welcome! It is the most famous of the national holidays, Indian day of penance! The day the major gaming websites try to make up for their AAA coverage by devoting space to unknown indies. Any gaming site you see that doesn’t join hates independent developers and America. We don’t though, so read on for a ton of games you’ll want to wishlist or buy.
if you have been with us on one of these previous splendid trips, you will know that I am not endorsing or reviewing any of these games, and have not played them unless otherwise stated. If you are new, now you know it too. These are games submitted when I dropped the wakeup call, which seem to deserve more attention. Beginning with…
Developer: Alejandro Zielinsky
Well, here it is beautiful. existing at the midpoint of Tomb Raider IR Y monument valley it is polyvitea puzzle game where you rearrange the level tiles to build your character’s path.
It’s by Alejandro Zielinsky, and it comes out in iOS Y Android already, and in the process of being ported to Vapor.
Developer: Mr. El e
Departure: end of 2023
While I don’t feel that neither frog nor toad take kindly to this combination, Olliefrog Toad Skater looks like the CUTEST skate game. even cuter than skateboards. The emphasis here is to be on improvisation and self-expression, and you’re currently in a pretty precarious position with it’s Kickstarter. Two thirds there, one week to go.
Developer: Final Screw Games
Release: Now (Steam 2023)
With a name that sounds like it should already be a genre, tower escape it is instead a combination of two others. It is a “reverse tower defense” and snake. I bet you didn’t see it coming. You play as the creatures trying to break through the defenses, which follow your snake’s pattern from the start of each tower level to the descending stairs.
It’s coming to Steam next year, but you can play it right now, completely free, in your browser. via Itch.io.
Developer: Lifetap Studios
Departure: fourth quarter of 2022
One of my favorite games of all time is the one that hasn’t been available for a long time. Attack on Pearl Harbor, an arcade plane combat simulator that cruelly disappeared a decade ago. so when the beer barons He immediately reminded me, he wanted.
This game sounds splendidly crazy. It’s about brewing beer and then trying to deliver booze to pubs, while taking down a pirate organization. And having some airborne dogfighting antics. I can not wait.
Outside: To be confirmed
It’s a classic real-time strategy game, but it’s also a roguelite deckbuilder. I love the art aspect here, a bit like a little more fleshed out darwinian, with a squillion units on screen at once. Then there are the deck-based attacks and the ever-imminent threat of it all ending in failure, like your rogue wish.
Developer: Lumi Family
I’m pretty taken with the plot here. A virtual reality metaverse game, Haven, has developed a virus, causing players to be turned on by NPCs and its creators to shut down the game. You linger, trying to find the source of the virus, in a very silly looking first person shooter/helicopter game. Plus, you know, it’s called chaos in a rainbow.
Developer: Petal Cat Games
Outside: To be confirmed
If you had asked me ten years ago, “What do you think will have replaced all these zombie games in a decade?” my answer would not have been “agriculture”. Because I’m not a fortune teller. research history fits perfectly into that category, looks very cute harvest moon-me-do, about identifying plants, growing crops, making friends, and taming animals.
Developer: Lemonade Flashbang
Departure: end of 2022
What are your plans for the apocalypse? If your immediate response is “Party”, then I have a game for you. Doomsday Paradise describes itself as a multiplayer RPG, which can be played however you like. You can join, compete, or eliminate combat altogether, while you and your friends postpone saving the world to have some fun.
Developer: Erik Anderson
The idea of learning Japanese terrifies me. Firstly, because I suck at all languages except the one I was born in, and secondly, because I can’t even see a starting point. But look So to speak! It’s a game about deciphering Japanese using context clues, listening to people, and putting the pieces together like a puzzle. Which has me intrigued.
Developer: Alchemist Interactive / rokaplay
Out: Summer 2022
This looks like the magic game Warner has been trying and failing to pull off for the past decade. A couch co-op spellcasting action adventure where you have to save a school of wizards, here Greifenstein, from an infestation of magical creatures. It seems that if the largest sims extra pack never came out.
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