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Screenshot Saturday Mondays: Flann O'Brien and a celebrity reality show

Admiring more upcoming indie games

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 time, my eye has been caught by an adventure game inspired by Flann O'Briend, a celebrity reality show in a McMansion, livestreamed occult horror rituals, and more.

I'm very up for Flann O'Brien foolishness (and have been since a time when it was neither profitable nor popular):

(Former RPS columnist) Leigh Alexander is working on something with the co-creator of Caves Of Qud, with a concept which makes me double-take every time I read it. See this follow-up tweet for more on the people you'll meet, and how they'll behave.

Lil Gator Game (coming to Steam) is a cutie:

Certainly a mood:

Rollerblading game Miszou has an attention-grabbing pitch and chill vibes, and apparently it's set atop giant turtles:

This ice cream is merely a wee tech demo but it's cool (and looks good too):

I am interested in the puzzle potential of things not moving? not existing at all? when I look away:

Expect useful household hints in darkwebSTREAMER (coming to Itch), an occult horror game about trying to become the top streamer on a weird web:

This great guy in DoubleShake (coming to Steam), a PS1-styled platformer inspired by games like Mischief Makers, Klonoa, and Tomba:

Vast quantities of violence in the Devil May Cry-inspired metroidvania Magenta Horizon (work-in-progress version available on Itch):

And of course the most important type of behind-the-scenes peek:

What else caught your eye this weekend, reader dear?

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