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Screenshot Saturday Mondays: Podracing and parrying

Neat indie games from Twitter's weekly screenshot-o-rama

A stark abstract cityscape, maybe?
Image credit: NullTale

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 podracing, parrying a grappling hook, seeing your own legs as you parkour about, and heaps more attractive and interesting indie games. Check 'em out!

Cool violence in Tokyo Underground Killer (coming to Steam):

I do like the chompy reload sound on this sentient gun in Forgive Me Father 2 (coming to Steam, with a demo there now):

This "unknown rhythm adventure game" is striking:

Some cracking art in post-apocalyptic Australia RPG Broken Roads (coming to Steam):

Now this is podracing in Deathgrip (coming to Steam), where I do like all the waggling jetflaps:

I can't tell if this encounter in the upcoming "'room tourism' art-game" is meant to be chill or spooky, but why not both?

That's a nice little makeover:

A more violent type of makeover in Dimensional Slaughter (in early access on Steam, with a demo there too):

I have absolutely no idea what's going on with this knock-off Game Gear (with TV Tuner accessory) and perhaps you might enjoy having no idea either:

I'm glad that first-person parkourer Jice (coming to Itch, with a demo there now) understands the importance of seeing your own legs:

I strongly approve of Princess Pomu And The 5 Moons (coming to Steam) embracing a movement bug as an opportunity:

Lovely new spaces to explore coming in the next big update for interdimensional train shooter Voidtrain (in early access on Steam, with a demo there too):

I can't help but feel this time-slowing bubble would throw off my rhythm in roguelikelike shoot-o-platformer Sinus (coming to Steam, with a demo there now), but that's a me problem:

Fast-paced fluidic platforming in Buzz (coming to Steam):

I like this punchy puppet in Decline's Drops (coming to Steam, with a demo there now):

Snow is already forecast for Scotland this week and seeing flakes fall in Bionic Bay (coming to Steam, with a demo there now) makes me feel wildly unprepared:

What else caught your eye this weekend, reader dear?

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