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Screenshot Saturday Mondays: freaky bodies and a lovely cat

Admiring more interesting 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 weekend, my eye has been caught my beings growing strange and wonderful bodyparts for cool movement. Also, there's a photo of a cat.

Forget building muscle, my new body goal is growing my neck into a grappling hook, like in party game Esophaguys (coming to Steam):

I would also like to teach my body to drift, as per Infinity Girl (coming to Steam, with a demo out now):

I always enjoy seeing the process of development, like for this bath house from witch academy RPG Songs Of Glimmerwick (coming to Steam)

I like... whatever this is?

This is not how I personally become close friends with people, but maybe it works?

The Enigma Machine and Mothered are cracking horror games, so I'm certainly up for the dev's next, Echostasis:

A great rabbit librarian from visual novel Moonbriar:

And I'm glad to report that yes, the most important type of Screenshot Saturday post was represented:

What else caught your eye this weekend, reader dear?

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