Post feature RSS This Week In Indie Games: July 20 2018

The biggest indie gaming stories for the week of July 20 2018.

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For this recurring segment, we will be highlighting the five biggest stories on IndieDB for the prior week. Whether it's demo releases for upcoming indie games, Kickstarter campaign announcements, or important stories that affect the indie gaming as a whole, you'll find them rounded up here each week.

The Week of July 20 2018

We’ve all had one of those dreams… You’re in a familiar place, like the house where you grew up, but as you explore you realise that something is wrong. It’s too quiet, too empty, and the more frightened you get, the stranger everything becomes. As your surroundings become more fractured and alien, you come to the terrible realisation that you are not alone in this terrible place. Something is hunting you.

An Unreal Engine 4 remake of PT, created by solo 17-year-old developer “Qimsar” – was recently shut down by Konami. Qimsar describes receiving a phone call at 5am from a Konami employee, asking the developer to take down his fan remake...

Originally developed for Ludum Dare 40, Enchain is a retro-themed first-person shooter with fast grappling hook gameplay.

MOTHERGUNSHIP is a bullet-hell FPS where you craft your own guns, fight gigantic bosses and defeat a robotic alien armada that conquered Earth. Take the fight to the enemy, craft gun monstrosities that no reasonable person could ever lift, and experience randomized mayhem as you battle your way to the heart of the fleet to destroy the MOTHERGUNSHIP!

Kung Fu UFO is a new and original videogame being developed for the SEGA Mega Drive / Genesis systems to be released on physical cartridge and also as a downloadable ROM in 2019. The game presents a very nostalgic mix between platformer and beat' em up genres that will feel both fresh and new while taking you through several different worlds.

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