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Screenshot Saturday Mondays: "Sekiro with a gun?"

Come admire these indie games!

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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, I return to oggle cars on alien worlds and cars in big fights, even more immersive sims, and a game described uncertainly as perhaps "Sekiro with a gun?" or "Killer7 souls?" Check out these attractive and interesting indie games!

This city would have blown my mind if it had appeared in the 90s real-time strategy games which inspired D.O.R.F. (coming to Steam):

While these cities in city-building survival game Synergy (coming to Steam) are more of the 70s, via Moebius:

Whistling is an extremely good way for guards to bark their presence in an immersive sim like Spectra:

Elsewhere on the immersive sim spectrum, "immersive horror FPS" Athanasia (coming to Steam) seems more System Shock 2-ish to me:

And can't you feel immersive sim ancestry in this shocking little kick from retro-futurustic western shooter ExeKiller?

Oh, but the destructive physics on THIS violence from Epic Hero Game (coming to Steam):

Physics are far more constructive in Turnip Mountain (coming to Steam, with a demo there now):

The demo for Samurai Unicorn (coming to Steam) is currently only for Patreon subscribers, but I can certainly enjoy looking at this for free:

This in Megacopter: Blades Of The Goddess (coming to Steam) looks like Desert Strike with a dash of... Galshell? Oh, I've just read that the helicopter is sentient and "gains power by feeding on the blood of its enemies", how lovely:

Interstellar racing in Exo Rally Championship (coming to Steam), the unexpectedly sporty follow-up to exoplanetary explorer Exo One:

Meanwhile, back on Earth, cars are throwing down in Chaos On Wheels (coming to Steam, with a demo there now):

A real kick of speed comes in PS2-style platformer Project: Longtail (a working title, perhaps?):

I really like how this feels like 90s FPS elements mixed with perhaps a little visual flair from 90s FMV games:

And whatever it ends up being, I'm really enjoying the look of this from the developer behind Godbeast Mk.II:

What else caught your eye this weekend, reader dear?

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