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I would sometimes find interesting games made by independent developers.
This is one of those times.
In Darkness looks fantastic.
I would not have known about In Darkness if it was not for this post.
So thanks, it's nice to know more about this game.
The Universim is stunning!
This game could easily get anyone hooked on management sims.
This is like Black & White and Populous had a beautiful baby.
That's a good thing.
And it's great to hear this one is having an update.
Half Life 2 is still an absolutely belting game.
It really was a landmark experience when it came out.
I remember being in awe of how Valve shook up the FPS formula.
Since then, I've always been looking forward to any spin-off.
Thank god there's Lost Story: The Last Days of Earth.
Wishing the best for this one, especially with how long its been in the oven for.
Fortunately there are indie developers that make interesting games.
And you deserve to be included in the Unreal Dev Grant.
Raji: An Ancient Epic looks like the type of fantasy adventure game I've also dreamt of.
I'm in this for the long haul.
I look forward to your work.
I like the idea that which Unseen Spirits is anchored.
I hope to see more from this game.
I think this one is in the same category as GRIS, ABZU, Journey, and Everything.
I have faith that this game would serve well to inspire enlightenment.
I'll be cheering on this.
This game really got me curious.
It's interesting to see how Slave RPG uses sets of characters for its world.
I've never come across a game like this.
So it's a breath of fresh air I guess.
And yeah, bizarre launch trailer!
People make fun of farming games but they don't know how these games can be addictive.
I have feeling that people who loved Farmville will surely love Founders' Fortune as well.
I see that it capitalizes on some of the features in Sims and Dwarf Fortress, which is great.
I hope you keep us up to date about it.
And yeah, I do get the Harvest Moon itch also.
The use of neon to create the art effect is very impressive.
It's nice to see Shadow Brawlers gets a promo.
I hope many will realize this is a steal for such a wonderful party game.
I hope people discover this game and try it.
Fingers crossed for a Switch version if this sells well.
Protocore looks fantastic!
I wish the best for this FPS!
I've been an FPS fan since Counter Strike! And if Protocore comes with OG core mechanics adding with some new stuff we haven't seen.
It would be amazing.
And yeah, the Nemesis Events intrigue me.
Anshar Studios seems to really came through for those who like fast-paced shooters.
And on VRs?
Telefrag VR is jaw-dropping!
There has never been a game that I've been so keen to play pretty much immediately after I'd heard of it.
And I'm glad that this one has an Open Beta.
There aren't many games of business simulation kind.
And there aren't many that involves coffee.
So yeah, I find CoffeeBiz tycoon very interesting.
It's good to see it have its Aplha2.
And speaking of coffee, I just want a cappuccino!
I've been following this game.
I really love the concept.
It's an interesting take on the classic pac-man.
It would be great if Dave would not only fetch coffees but other stuff as well.
Say an item capable of granting him extra life or anything creative.
And yeah, awesome work!
The first one was colorful.
I'm curious to what Lovely Planet would have become if it included a battle royale mode.
The fact that it's going to have a sequel is interesting.
I hope Lovely Planet 2 surpasses the first one.
I'm cheering for this one!
I've always appreciated games where you take control of spaceships in real time.
XXV century Red Baron somehow reminded me of Wing Commander III: Heart of the Tiger.
Origin Systems really did well on their sci-fi space combat sim.
I won't deny that there is potential for this one.
I hope you keep us up to date on its development.
I wishlisted this one the moment I saw it months ago.
Somehow I feel like Foxhole secretly teaches its players selflessness.
I like the idea of building and harvesting for the benefit of other people.
I also heard that this game has a brilliant artillery mechanics.
Through the rabbit hole and to the other side, I wouldn't have known more about this game without this post.
The videos I've watched about Wrongworld made me realize just how so oddly satisfying and fun survival game it is.
The fact that it's being updated is delightful.
I've seen, heard, and tried many games, but this one has some really cool ideas and style going for it.
It's a pleasure to come across this one here.
And thanks to the people behind Wrongworld.
Oh man, the game's aesthetic is really gorgeous.
Great character design!
It seems likes it borrows the lore from Lovecraft, aesthetic from Dark Souls, and gameplay from XCom. Nice!
I feel like this is one of those games that doesn't make you think twice from picking it up.
Definitely keeping my eye on this.
This actually looks fairly solid!
Football Story made me think of FIFA 19.
EA's beloved football sim is truly a fun sports game.
I have a feeling that Football Story will be also.
It's an interesting take on a football game and one I'm looking forward to scrutinizing.
Gears of Eden looks like a peaceful game.
There is just something about it that grabbed my attention.
I'll be keeping a tab on this one.
Hope to see more from this game.
That's a killer game right there!
And the release trailer was extremely interesting to watch too.
People who loves Cuphead and Dark Souls will surely love Killer Chambers.
I'm glad I ended up here.
10 days to go!
On the initial kickstarter page, it says Pine got its dance-like combat from Bloodborne, choice-dependent progression from Fable, unique nemesis system from Shadow of Mordor, and adventure from the Zelda-series.
And it's even an open-world with anthropomorphic animals?
Who wouldn't be hyped for that!
Even the teaser trailer is enough to make anyone want it so badly.
Pine was also featured on the Nindies Direct.
It's definitely a game you want under your radar.
I wonder if this game lets you play animal characters.
Interesting game with a challenging concept.
People could use that kind of uniqueness.
I wonder if "We. The Revolution" is based on the actual history of the Revolution.
It feels like this is a history channel documentary.
Congrats on finally releasing the game.
It looks awesome.
I've always had a thing for space-based sandbox MMO.
It was CCP Games' EVE Online that got me into this kind of game genre.
Is Project Vague inspired from EVE Online?
I'll be keeping an eye on this wonderful project of yours.
Classic FPS have always been under my radar.
Hedon seems like the kind of game I'm going to sink a lot of time into.
I love the grumpy warrior orc lady.
I like the vibe I am getting in this game.
Cool Action RPG!
An indie game inspired by the Monster Hunter series in the making means I'll always look forward to it.
Playing as a cute warrior kitten is a breath of fresh air from all the traditional humanoid characters.
Hope to see more of Bound By Blades.
I'm glad that there's going to be more 3D perspective puzzle game to play.
Minimal Move looks like it's going to be a successful indie game.
Ido kinda made me remember of Osmosis "Ozzy" Jones.
His the white blood cell and partner of Drix in the American animated television series Ozzy & Drix.
I'm psyched to hear more about this one.
Your Future Self kinda reminds me of Daniel Mullins' Pony Island.
It's a very clever action-adventure game.
The coldness of the red text and unnerving flickering of the monitor make this game kinda appealing.
I'm intrigued as to what Your Future Self has in store for its players.
For a Story-Based Job Management Game, Willowbrooke Post looks fantastic.
It's like what you get when Papers and Animal Crossing are combined.
There is just something that does grab my attention and keep it.
To Dante Knoxx, I think this is a job well done!
I love hand-drawn adventure games.
Vasilis really looks promising.
I feel like everything yells Neverending Nightmares in this game.
It's Infinitap Games' hand-drawn horror game muck like this.
I'm excited for this one!
I see a lot of potential in Cosmonator.
It looks really awesome.
It kinda reminds me of the epic space shoot 'em up Dimension Drive.
There's a nice twist to that game.