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Screenshot Saturday Mondays: handwashing parkour and cute witchery

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 week, my eye has been caught by extremely athletic handwashing, handpainted art, a cute witch, and more. Come see!

Yep, The Office (a working title I cannot imagine sticking) still looks dead neat:

Big weird foreboding sci-fi place? Do tell!

I'm always interested in handcrafted game art, like this painting from The Master's Pupil (coming to Steam:

And I greatly appreciate this detail in Selaco (coming to Steam):

Giant creatures? Weird environments? You know me so well, Chasing The Unseen (coming to Steam):

Yes, I would like to fight a musical boss here, thank you Sonzai (coming to Steam), a "2D action RPG with life sim elements of Persona":

I was already up for automotive survival horror Pacific Drive after seeing that first trailer, but to know it has orbs too? Wonderful.

I like when critters seem to have senses but whoa, I hadn't even heard of Abiotic Factor (coming to Steam), a co-op crafting survival sorta game which looks like Half-Life from the scientists' perspective?

And like that little coprophage with his poo, Cook Serve Forever (coming to Steam) is making me hungry:

I still don't remotely understand why Thirsty Suitors (coming to Steam and its makers are doing this, but I certainly don't want them to stop:

Lastly, this seems a time of year people might particularly appreciate cute witchery from Mika And The Witch's Mountain (coming to Steam):

What else caught your eye this weekend, reader dear?

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