I love games; horrors and puzzle/strategy are my favourite genres but I enjoy playing pretty much anything. I still believe a good story is important and shouldn’t play second fiddle to the multiplayer experience unless via a co-op campaign. I also enjoy watching football, supporting the mighty Liverpool, as well as drinking tea and petting my kittens.

It’s not long now until E3 kicks off and we’ll be inundated with all the latest news from game developers across the world. Until then though, we’ll continue to bring you some of the latest work from the little guys who you may not know about, so here’s this week’s #Screenshot Saturday favourites.

First up we’ve got a small clip from Nory’s Escape by TEAMNory, showcasing some of the work from their bonus/nightmare levels. It’s a fast-paced side-scrolling game in which you have to draw magical paths to help Nory navigate his way through all of the challenging levels put in front of you. It’s not available yet but will be coming soon the Apple App and Google Play stores

 

The second featured game this week is Bevontule by Multithreaded Games LLC. Now, this hasn’t been included because the artwork struck us as being really interesting or the gameplay looked fantastic, which it all does by the way. The reason we included it this week was to show you some of the things that happen during testing before a game is released. I’m not too sure what quite happened, but as you can imagine, it boggled the minds of the developers as they were testing out some of their combat mechanics.

 

And the final inclusion this week is for Lonely Mountains by Megagon Industries, a downhill mountain biking game for PC. Although you get quite a lot of Trials type games where you make your way across the tracks and having to balance yourself so you don’t fall down, we thought this was a really clever and different approach that was worthy of a mention this week.

 

And that’s all we have time for this week, but come back next week for more of the same.

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