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Screenshot Saturday Mondays: a dinosaur pizza chef, and giant beasts to climb

Admiring indie games from Twitter's weekend screenshot-o-rama

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. This past weekend was particularly fruitful, so enjoy a bumper-sized edition of Screenshot Saturday Mondays with all manner of cute frogs, stylish ultraviolence, dinosaurs cooking pizza, giant beasts to climb, and chill landscapes to roam.

I could watch the hero of The Milk Lake (coming to Steam) run past things forever, her careful little steps and reaching little arms:

I am extremely, extremely interested in whatever Undertide is:

Delphinium addresses the eternal question:

Cute dinosaurs cooking pizza in Manitas Kitchen (coming to Itch):

Don't know what this is; do really like it:

No idea; it's perfect:

Some kind of... watercolour beat 'em up with a Dark Souls tinge?

Bad vibes from 2D survival horror The Machine That Breathes (coming to Steam, with a demo up now - and do check out the game's site to see the dev's cat, Shodan):

I always liked how the Samorost games mix photos and animation, and I really like Seedlings (coming to Steam) mixing in video:

Lovely trees from Brass Bellow:

Striking giant fungus from a remake of The Witch's Lullaby (psst hey you have a few more days to vote on what's better: character creation building backstory, or giant fungus?):

Test footage of gravity gun ultraviolence from Anomalous (currently in early access on Steam):

In TitanClimb, you will indeed climb titans:

Valorous demonstrates the joys of counter-attacks and fight particles:

Stylish mid-combo character swapping from Genokids (coming to Steam), a hack 'n' slash game about a band saving the world from alien invasion:

This fella in slice-of-life gardening sim The Garden Path (coming to Steam) is very chipper for someone who's had their face cut off:

While we're doing character portraits, here's a cool witch knight:

Sandworms/graboids in Command & Conquer-style real-time strategy game Dying Breed (demo available on its site):

In Cat Corner this week we have a cutie I sorely want to appear in the resulting green-screened footage, maybe brushing against the shin of some monster or another in wizard simulator Hand Of Doom (coming to Steam, early version on Itch now):

And lastly, I could not resist this animation bug from Starshifter (coming to Steam):

What else caught your eye this weekend, reader dear?

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Alice has been playing video games since SkiFree and writing about them since 2009, with nine years at RPS. She enjoys immersive sims, roguelikelikes, chunky revolvers, weird little spooky indies, mods, walking simulators, and finding joy in details. Alice lives, swims, and cycles in Scotland.