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#ScreenshotSaturday favourites

Welcome back everyone for another fantastic edition of our #ScreenshotSaturday favourites.

First up this week we have the opening cutscene from a game by the one-man indie developing machine, Tsuyoi Raion. His survival horror top-down shooter, Carnival of Carnage, is currently in early access and despite the main character walking around like he has something stuck up his butt, this looks pretty cool. Best of all though is that for any wannabe voice actors out there, the game is currently looking for someone to voice the main character. If interested, check the game out and message the dev directly. This could be the start of a whole new career for you.

 

Our next inclusion in today’s article comes from Watercolour Games and their first-person adventure platformer Riverhell Trials. They’ve just updated the graphics on their game, which comes out April this year on Steam, and it looks beautiful, kinda reminds me of the art style from Firewatch. One thing I did notice that worried me slightly though as I think that’s a spaceship on the top right and I might be wrong but it seems it could collide with the hot air balloon on the left. Could carnage be about to unfold in this tranquil looking place?

And finally, to round things up this week we have Alder’s Blood, a turn-based tactical game by Shockwork Games where you slay monsters to try and save the last of mankind. The game is still currently in development and will be launching on Kickstarter on Valentines Day (14th Feb for all you singles out there), but they’ve released this trailer which shows you a lot of the work that has gone into making the game, and it’s fantastic to see what really goes into making a game because you don’t always appreciate it when playing. In fact, if you like the look of this one, why not go show them some support on Thunderclap by clicking HERE.

And that’s it from us this week. We’ll be back again next Sunday with more of our #ScreenshotSaturday favourites.

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