Every weekend, indie devs show off current work on Twitter's #screenshotsaturday tag. And every Monday, I bring you a selection of these snaps and clips. NotE3 was in full swing this weekend but wasn't the only gawp-o-rama around, with Screenshot Saturday still giving looks at birds, a goth Deus Ex, and a vision of an open-world Sonic the Hedgehog chillout.
Probably the best response to Sega's open-world Sonic Frontiers is Breogan Hackett whipping up an experiment in an open-world Sonic game:
The prettifying process in Solar Ash (with a few more screens here):
Here's a few images from my time on Solar Ash. The top images were the greyboxes I was given by our talented designers, and the bottom images are the after I got my grubby mitts on it. #gamedev #screenshotsaturday #UE4 pic.twitter.com/GwPjagkudb— Nate Grove (@polygrover) June 12, 2022
What lovely clouds in gentle albatross explore 'em up Toroa:
This yet-unnamed immersive sim's flip-phone goth Deus Ex vibe is ridiculous, and the rocketing cans are great:
Honestly the correct response to walking into a room full of geese in A Space For The Unbound:
A spot of grappling hook rooftop futurecity violence:
I do like games having fun movement tricks you can pull to liven up cutting about town, like in Nanokin:
"How lovely!" I thought, so distracted by Spirit Mancer's background that I missed all the guns and explosions:
And some cute new art for farming game/van adventure Lonefarm:
Doing some tests with the visual aspect of Lonefarm, I tried to go from lowpoly to something more stylized. What do you think?#indiedev #screenshotsaturday #IndieGameDev #indiegame pic.twitter.com/5jnB4gVfk0— Lonefarm (@LonefarmGame) June 12, 2022
What else caught your eye this weekend, reader dear?