It’s another Screenshot Survey, which means it’s time to look at another batch of the latest indie games in development. Every Saturday, developers tweet out screenshots (or gifs) of their games using the #ScreenshotSaturday hashtag on Twitter.This week, we have an awesome brawler, a puppet game, a surreal adventure, and a game where everything is lethal. If you’re a fan of all things indie, check out below and add these to your ever-growing list of games you need to play. Tunche Screenshot Saturday I love a good brawler, and if it has a cool art style, even better. Tunche seems to fit the bill, with interesting enemies and super fast, heart-pumping action. Its hand-drawn aesthetic reminds me a bit like paper crafts, although I’m not sure if that’s just me. Either way, when I look at more screenshots of Tunche, I get more and more engrossed. Tunche is a brawler with 4-player co-op. Developed by LEAP Game Studios and published by HypeTrain Digital, you’ll fight with various enemies befitting its Amazonian-inspired world. Tunche‘s Steam page says there are roguelike elements too, and I’ll be very excited to find out how they infuse that into the brawler gameplay. A Juggler’s Tale Screenshot Saturday I… Read full this story
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