January was an awesome month for #ScreenshotSaturday contributions, and it’s going to be hard to top off. But we’re as determined as ever to bring you the best that we can find, so fingers crossed this month turns up some gems as we get into the first article of February.
Our first featured game today is for Soulgest, a 3D adventure game in which you must collect stars from ancient constellations in order to create a map to escape supermassive horizon. I’m not sure what a supermassive horizon is, but clearly, f someone is trying to escape it, it’s not as pleasant as it sounds. Here’s a couple of screenshots from the developer that we found on Twitter.
A lot of time away…well….i was not happy yet so i’m getting back to my original concept of a 3d adveture game zeldalike with survival and gathering/farming elements. #indiedev #screenshotsaturday #lowpoly #unity3d #indiegame #zelda pic.twitter.com/cYbhydOmwW
— Soulgest (@Soulgest) February 4, 2018
Next up we have Yearn, a rogue-like game with puzzle elements developed by Borderline Games. The artwork for this game is just beautiful, I mean just look at those lovely pastel colours, just something so therapeutic about it.
And finally this week, we have The Pedestrian by Skookum Arts. This puzzle platformer really does mess with your mind a little bit as the levels take part on signs attached to fences, walls and other objects, but the signs don’t all run in line with one another. Instead, you’ll be going up, down, left then right, until you manage to find your way past each of the levels. This is definitely one to keep your eye on.
And that concludes this week’s edition, we’ll be back next week with more of our fantastic finds from the indie dev world.