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, we quite a lot of wet things, from ships and waterfalls to fish and a cat, fishing. Check 'em out!
Hoverboarding and grapple-hooking and big monsters continue to look wild in Withersworn (coming to Steam):
This is all very cute!
I don't understand how this is producing honey in Streamwalker Tribes, an "anime hero collection game designed for streamers to play together with their audiences", but it is pretty:
Bold poses before the violence starts in mecha shoot 'em up sequel Valfaris: Mecha Therion (coming to Steam):
I'm game for devs planning for sequence-breaking, like this in NES-style platformer Prison City (coming to Steam):
A neat work-in-progress animation for "boss rush platformer" Gurei (coming to Steam):
A colourful fishing friend in the metroidvania Faerie Afterlight (coming to Steam):
Those are big swords in Mortal Sin (coming to Steam):
While I appreciate the freedom to go fast in all places at all times, this feels like nuisance behaviour in "platform-adventure game" Monospaced Lovers (coming to Steam). What if you bump into a neighbour! What if your whooshing tears tiles off their roof! Rude:
I hope there's a secret behind this pretty waterfall in Divining Rods (work-in-progress version available free from Itch.io):
I respect this in climbing game New Heights, and I hate it to death:
Yup, shadow-hopping game Schim continues to look super cute:
And to close, I do believe it's important to learn from your mistakes, but I absolutely recognise it can be funny to repeat them:
What else caught your eye this weekend, reader dear?