Ladies and gentlemen, boys and girls, people of all ages; WELCOME! to FULLSYNC’s #ScreenshotSaturday feature article. For those of you who are returning, it’s nice to see your faces again, and for those of you who are new, well let me tell you a little about what you can expect to find in our weekly article. This is the place to come for all who want a glimpse of the amazing things that go on inside the world of Indie game development. Each week we delve into the deepest catacombs of the #IndieDev world (or at least step into their bedroom lairs that they may not have left for days) and show you some of the finest pieces of work that are currently being worked on right under our noses, without so much as an ounce of coverage from some of the bigger press sites. We don’t just say we love Indies at FULLSYNC, we show off and share our love with you guys. So all aboard people, as I take you on a magnificent journey through time, space, zombie infested lands and more.
The first stop on this revolutionary ride that may or may not change your life entirely, takes us to a point and click adventure called Happiless by the studio Revolution Fist. These guys have been working on upgrading all of their artwork for the game’s locations, and here’s a before and after photo of one of them. Let us know what you think of the changes in the comments below.
Next up is a small clip from Ghost Time Games and their title Jettomero: Hero of the Universe. The game follows Jettomero as he/she/it travels around the universe trying to save humanity from an unknown threat. In this clip shared by one of the developers, Gabriel Koenig, you can see Jettomero wandering around a planet as alien spacecraft fly around him. Kinda reminds me of that classic scene from the King Kong films where he is at the top of the Empire State Building, with the planes flying around trying to shoot him down.
The final piece of the jigsaw this week is a familiar face that we mentioned a few weeks ago; PUSS! the game by Team Coil. As I mentioned last time, this game is seriously trippy and may mess with your mind a little bit, but it looks so fun at the same time. AND it’s about cats, and all you returning folks know how I feel about the kitties, having three cute little ones myself. Anyway, here’s a little gameplay clip they’ve released, if you like it you can go support them on Greenlight.