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Indie Games 2015 [November] Let's talk about anything Indie!

Toma

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GAF Indie Steam Group (We are currently looking for someone to handle the Steam Group announcements, any volunteers are welcome to contact me via PM):
http://steamcommunity.com/groups/NeoGAFIndie
IndieGAF Steam Curator Group (Game suggestions curated by me):
http://store.steampowered.com/curator/4626771

Older threads[ (which are by no means "outdated" and still contain awesome games to check out and/or look forward to):

IndieGAF recommends: The 50 Best Indie Games of 2013: http://www.neogaf.com/forum/showthread.php?t=766928
IndieGAF recommends: The 50 Best Indie Games of 2014: http://www.neogaf.com/forum/showthread.php?t=985103
As before, voting is going to happen in the last week of the month.

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Post 1:
1. Header Information
2. Overview
3. Introductory Blurb
4. Voting Results "Best of Last Month"
5. Indie Media Corner

Post 2:
6. Recently released Indies!

Post 3:
7. Upcoming Indies to look forward to!

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We are always interested in getting to know more people with the same hobby. If you share our love for Indies, let us know! We talk about anything Indie, want to talk about the block design in Braid? The character design in FEZ? Need recommendations? This is the right spot to ask! We'd also love to read more impressions :)

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If you want to suggest a game that has recently released or that looks interesting, but hasnt released yet, please follow the following formatting structure so the post is picked up by Toma-Bot:

Released games:
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Copy the appropriate content and add the proper information for the black writing. Please only include 1 link and 1 image. I tried making it a bit failsafe, so it should be able to deal with 2 links or images as well, but 1 is safer.

If the game is free, then put "Free" as the price, otherwise please use $ or € for the price. You can also include more than one game per post (like the Screenshot saturday posts), but please stick to the above format for every entry.

If someone posts a non-proper formatted post, I'd appreciate if you could repost the game with the same info in the proper format.


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Hey! I assume you are new in this thread series and want to see what we were up to? Or you didnt have enough time to play through all of the games from the last month but still want to catch up with the best ones? Then this list is for YOU! These were the games we enjoyed the most in the previous thread, voted on by the community (More thorough descriptions and impressions in the previous thread, especially the last few pages with the voting):


1. Assault Android Cactus - $14.99 (PC, Mac, Linux)

http://store.steampowered.com/app/250110/

Assault Android Cactus is an intense arcade style twin stick shooter - pick from one of nine unique synthetic heroines and blast your way through overwhelming robots hordes to save the ship from its own workforce. Supports single player and local co-op game modes.
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2. Towerclimb - $14.99 (PC)

http://store.steampowered.com/app/396640/

TowerClimb is a difficult and rewarding procedurally generated platformer with roguelike elements. Enormous and mysterious towers of ancient unknown origin stand above humanity, extending to the heavens. Struggle forward as a weak human, driven by an iron will to reach the top.
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2. Concrete Jungle - $15.99 (PC)

http://concretejunglegame.com/

Concrete Jungle is a new take on the city building genre that swaps micro-management for a more strategic and puzzle-orientated style of city planning.
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2. Ravenmark: Scourge of Estellion - $14.99 (PC, IOS)

http://scourge.ravenmark-saga.com/

Ravenmark: Scourge of Estellion is a turn-based wargame, where strategic troop placement is essential to succeed, but this is just one of the many choices you will face while fighting your way through your many battles!
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5. The Beginners Guide - $9.99 (PC, Mac)

http://thebeginnersgui.de/

The Beginner's Guide is a narrative video game. It tells the story of a person struggling to deal with something they do not understand.
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5. Soma - $29.99 (PC, Mac, Linux, PS4)

http://somagame.com/

Enter the world of SOMA and face horrors buried deep beneath the ocean waves. Delve through locked terminals and secret documents to uncover the truth behind the chaos. Seek out the last remaining inhabitants and take part in the events that will ultimately shape the fate of the station.
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7.-12. (Still great games here)
Lovers in a Dangerous Spacetime
Jotun
Trigonarium
Mob Inc
Armello
Skyshine's BEDLAM

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I noticed there are a few noteworthy, and relatively unknown, projects that deserve a shoutout here because I feel that they share a common interest with the people in this thread. I talked to the guy from Pixabyte and MetaVendetta and both are very enthusiastic about the things they love and figured you might appreciate the shoutout as well. If you enjoy anything here or want to give feedback, let these guys know via their websites or also here in this thread. If you appreciate something, let people know. A heads up can sometimes very valuable.


This is a monthly podcast series that presents notable Indie Game soundtracks. A likeable host and guests, a fantastic track selection, interesting discussions and a focus for Indies will make this one a mainstay in my monthly threads.

Episode 11: Episode 11: Summer Girls
[Wolfenstien | Elysian Shadows | Trials Fusion | Fract OSC | Out There | Parappa the Rapper]

GAF Thread: Freeware Games
So many free games are out there and so many are just really good games that a large majority of people will never play. From developers with large portfolios of freeware games, to free alphas and betas, to the hundreds and hundreds of entries for game jams such as Seven Day Roguelike, Seven Day FPS, Ludum Dare, and others, to the talented work of Digipen students, there's just an astounding amount of quality free games to play and enjoy that this thread tries to uncover.
 

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5 Seconds of Fire - Free (PC)

http://ajmalr.itch.io/5-seconds-of-fire

5 Seconds of Fire is a fast-paced exploration game about exploring caves with only a torch, speed and agility.Find all 5 fire orbs to keep your torch lit, complete the level and explore a whole new cave.

Albert & Otto - $4.99 (PC)

http://store.steampowered.com/app/368590/

Albert & Otto is a story about a boy and his abducted sister's magical bunny. They embark on a journey to find her, overcoming murderous beasts and lethal puzzles by working together.

Ancestory - $14.99 (PC)

http://ancestorygame.com/

Turn-based strategy meets card game! Outwit your opponent on multiple different battlefields with cunning strategies. Build your own decks made of underworldly minions and powerful spells!

Brigador - $19.99 (PC, Mac, Linux)

http://store.steampowered.com/app/274500/

Great Leader is dead. You have one night to liberate Solo Nobre. Brigador is an isometric vehicular action game. Choose the right vehicle and weapons to suit your play style, and face off against the occupying factions. Discover tactics and unlock new vehicles and weapons as you clear the city... or die trying.

Broforce - $14.99 (PC, Mac)

http://www.broforcegame.com/

When evil threatens the world, the world calls on Broforce - an under-funded, over-powered paramilitary organization dealing exclusively in excessive force. Brace your loins with up to four players to run ‘n’ gun as dozens of different bros and eliminate the opposing terrorist forces that threaten our way of life. Unleash scores of unique weapons and set off incredible chain reactions of fire, napalm, and limbs in the name of freedom.

Bulb Boy - $9.99 (PC, Mac)

http://bulbboygame.com/

One gloomy night, Bulb Boy wakes suddenly from a frightening nightmare to discover that evil has overshadowed the Bulbhouse. His family has disappeared and there are horrid monsters lurking in the shadows. Gather the courage and use his glass head to save everything he loves. Find light in yourself!

Castles - $7.99 (PC)

http://badlandindie.com/castles/

Castles is a multiplayer puzzle-action game. In a medieval setting 1 or 2 characters have to push or drag blocks to unite them in rows of 3 or more of the same colors (materials) or figures (tools). The player doesn't take direct control of the blocks but instead controls engineers who are tasked with the movement of the blocks, giving a unique twist to the gameplay.

Downwell - $2.99 (IOS, PC)

http://downwellgame.com/

Downwell is a curious game about a young boy venturing down a well in search of untold treasures with only his Gunboots to protect him. Make your way further and further down into the darkness filled with nasty creatures and mysterious secrets to collect the spectacular red gems scattered about the rocks. Step into precariously placed shops and buy some helpful items or level up between levels to battle well-dwelling monsters and uncover hidden caves filled with riches and relics. No two trips down the well are ever the same!

Eastward, Towards The Violent Light - Free (PC)

http://www.newgrounds.com/dump/item/459d2cf07c114fc905936fd0fe7b5b54

Loosely inspired by Stephen King's Dark Tower, 'Eastward...' is a long term survival/adventure game, that is about pushing forward and surviving in the randomly generated environment. As a nomad, the player must follow the path through a landscape ravaged by an ancient cataclysm. To survive in the world the nomad must: Avoid or battle the remaining mutated inhabitants of the world, find scarce food and water sources and journey as far as they possibly can. Is there an end to the road?

Exoplanets - $5, Free demo (PC)

http://bohfam.itch.io/exoplanets

Frantic rogue-like platformer with dark-neon and randomly generated planets to explore and destroy.Annihilate all abominations of Exoplanets to protect mankind or just simply destroy everything in your path.

Expand - $5.99 (PC, Mac, Linux)

http://expandgame.com/

Expand is a meditative video game in which you explore a circular labyrinth that constantly twists, stretches and expands underneath you

Galak-Z - $19.99 (PC, Mac, Linux)

http://store.steampowered.com/app/300580/

In GALAK-Z both stealth and skill are required to defeat truly intelligent enemies. You will be forced to outsmart enemies that think, react and cooperate like seasoned pilots! Master your ship’s sublimely-honed controls as you blast enemies, unleash missile salvos, and even toss your opponents, mech-style, to their explosive demise.

Human Resource Machine - $9.99 (PC, Mac)

http://tomorrowcorporation.com/humanresourcemachine

Program little office workers to solve puzzles. Be a good employee! The machines are coming... for your job. Human Resource Machine is a puzzle game for nerds. In each level, your boss gives you a job. Automate it by programming your little office worker. If you succeed, you'll be promoted up to the next level for another year of work in the vast office building. Congratulations!

Kane County - Free (PC, Browser)

http://www.ifcomp.org/1392/content/index.html

Kane County, Southern Utah: A severe storm crashes your Jeep in the middle of the night and leaves you stranded. Come morning, you find yourself alone and surrounded by an endless expanse of open desert. With no sign of civilization or rescue in sight, it's up to your survival knowledge and physical endurance to escape from unforgiving and deadly environment alive.

Knossu - Free (PC, Mac, Linux)

Masochisia - $7.99 (PC, Mac, Linux)

http://store.steampowered.com/app/396310/

A young man discovers through a series of hallucinations that he will grow up to become a violent psychopath. How will he respond to these revelations? Can he change his fate? Can you even... change fate...

Morse - Free (Browser)

http://alexvscoding.itch.io/morse

Break the bitter attrition of the Great War using timing, tactics and telecommunications in Morse.Step into the shoes of a Morse code operator taking the war into her own hands. Before you relayed messages, but now you're calling the shots. Literally. Send co-ordinates for artillery strikes to cut off supply chains, batter trenches and shred recon planes.

Mushroom 11 - $14.99 (PC, Mac, Linux)

http://mushroom11.com/

Mold an amorphous organism into any shape by pruning its cells. New cells will immediately grow, allowing you to traverse a mysterious world across brain-twisting obstacles, overcome swarms of bizarre mutated creatures, and understand the true nature of the devastation from which you emerged.

Paint The Town Red - $9.99 (PC)

http://www.southeastgames.com/games/

Paint the Town Red is a chaotic first person melee combat game set in different locations and time periods. The voxel-based enemies can be punched, bashed, kicked, stabbed and sliced completely dynamically using almost anything that isn't nailed down.

Pathologic Classic HD - $12.99 (PC)

http://store.steampowered.com/app/384110/

Pathologic Classic HD is the Definitive Edition of the original Cult Classic Psychological First-Person Survival game. In this unforgettable experience, players control one of three unique characters as they try to save a mysterious town from a deadly plague that cannot be stopped.

Poncho - $14.99 (PC, Mac, Linux)

http://poncho-game.com/

A robot, a poncho and a journey of discovery! Make your way through this wonderful world of pixelated parallax platforming to solve the ultimate puzzle: who is Poncho?

Prison Architect - $29.99 (PC, Mac, Linux)

http://www.introversion.co.uk/prisonarchitect/

Inspired by Dungeon Keeper, Dwarf Fortress and Theme Hospital and with over 1 million players having spent time inside, Prison Architect is the world’s best lock-­em-­up.Build and manage a Maximum Security Prison. As the sun casts it’s early morning rays on a beautiful patch of countryside the clock starts ticking. You’ve got to crack on and build a holding cell to detain the job­ lot of maximum security prisoners that are trundling to your future prison on their yellow bus.

Read Only Memories - $14.99USD (PC/MAC/LINUX)

http://midboss.com/rom/

Read Only Memories is a new cyberpunk adventure that will take you on a journey of puzzle-solving and exploring as you investigate the mysterious world and characters of Neo-San Francisco. Inspired by classics like Gabriel Knight and Snatcher, ROM is a retrofuturistic take on the point and click adventure genre that features a rich mature narrative and unique gameplay challenges hidden within the beautiful interactive pixel scenes. The deeper you delve into the life of your missing friend, the further you get entangled into this tale about the dark side of technology.

Relive - Free (PC, Mac)

http://relivegame.com/

Relive is a free sci-fi adventure game about CPR. Its main purpose is to increase the awareness about this topic and encourage people to take a CPR class and be prepared to intervene in case of need. Discover the story and challenge your friends in tournament mode!

Skyhill - $14.99 (PC, Mac, Linux)

http://mandragoragames.com/skyhill/index.html

World War III is over, the world's infested with mutants and your supplies are running out. Fight your way down this damned hotel, from your penthouse on top to the first floor. Craft weapons, search for food and reach the exit. Otherwise you'll be torn apart, starve to death or maybe both...

SkyScrappers - $12.99 (PC)

http://store.steampowered.com/app/403460

Run, jump, and your fight your way to the top of a collapsing building. Compete with up to three of your friends in this 90s style competitive platform brawler.

Spellrazor - Free alpha (PC, Mac)

http://forums.tigsource.com/index.php?topic=50678.0

Spellrazor is an arcade game with (believe it or not) 27 unique fire buttons and a single directional stick used to guide the 'Adventurer'. Peculiarly, there is no aiming. Aiming is automatic, meaning that positioning and choice of spells are critical.

The Admin - Free demo (PC)

http://www.indiedb.com/games/the-admin

This game is a single player 3rd person action adventure game where you play as a cyborg called The Admin. As the only thing that left in the facility, he must keep the facility running and defend it from anything that is threatening his mission. You will have 2 weapons, a handgun and a sword, and some skills that can be used in your battle against the enemy. As your journey goes on, these weapons and skills can improved and evolved to help you defeat stronger enemies.

The Age of Decadence - $29.99 (PC)

http://www.irontowerstudio.com/

The Age of Decadence is an isometric, turn-based, single-player role-playing game set in a low magic, post-apocalyptic fantasy world, inspired by the fall of the Roman Empire. The game features a detailed skill-based character system, multiple skill-based ways to handle quests, choices & consequences, and extensive dialogue trees.

There Was A Caveman - $6.99 (PC)

http://store.steampowered.com/app/407290/

There Was A Caveman is a prehistoric themed, retro styled, action platformer. With challenging gameplay that will keep you on your toes. Get ready to die and die a lot.

Void And Meddler - $4.99/$7.99 Season Pass (PC, Mac)

http://voidandmeddler.com/

Fragments and details, rainy nights and blurry lights are all VOID&MEDDLER focuses on. A non-linear cyberpunk adventure where genders and species melt into each other.

You wake up every morning and see the footsteps - Free (PC, Mac, Linux)

http://zarkonnen.itch.io/you-wake-up-every-morning-and-see-the-footsteps

You wake up every morning and see the footstepsAnd each day, they dare a little closer to your cabin.
 

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{adam} - ????

http://www.adamthegame.com/

It is Adam's last few hours.Trapped in the bones of his house you will un-leaf Adam’s life,exploring the world through his eyes. Everything hints at Adam's past, his years have been long and path well trodden.His story is baked into the bricks.No one ever came from nothing and no one ever leaves that way.

Archaica - 2015 (PC)

http://twomammoths.com/archaica-the-path-of-light/

“Archaica: The Path of Light” is a puzzle game “lasers and mirrors” type of game that has been enhanced with a storyline and some gratifying graphics.During the game we become the Chosen One, who has to chose a legendary Path of Light and save the world from destruction, by reviving ancient mechanisms once more. Yet we explore secrets hidden by the Ancients and discover true destiny of The Path along the way.

Bazaar - Oculus

http://vrjam.devpost.com/submissions/36358-bazaar

Fly on a magic carpet through the mystical land of Bazaar. Explore this twisting city to find exotic trinkets you'll need for your journey. Beware the dart traps, sea cobras, and hungry crocs that lurk around corners. Lamassu, guardian of the the labyrinth, is furious that vandal monkeys have stolen his relics. Will you recover them in time or be trapped forever?

Copper Dreams - 2016 (PC, Mac, Linux)

http://copper-dreams.com/

Dumped onto the island world of Calitana, you are one of hundreds drafted to ease the overcrowding that is rapidly miring the citizens of Earth in famine, violence and poverty. Once a beacon of hope, the isolated Calitana quickly devolved from lustrous to disastrous, unable to support its settlers, and overrun with unbridled corruption and lawless syndicates.Learn to manipulate the electric grid, shoot out lights and cameras, and re-program patrols to control your environment. If an enemy can't see you, they can't put a bullet in you, saving precious healing resources to tape yourself up and avoiding critical ailments that require your precious time and money for clinics.

Cyberjackers - ????

http://blog.sharkpunch.com/

Cyberjackers is a local multiplayer game where each player controls a hacker in a dystopian cyberpunkish world. Each hacker has been given the same job, to infiltrate a target corporation and steal as much data as possible.

Dark Lord The Duel - ????

http://www.sadjestergames.com/dark-lord-the-duel.html

A minimalist action adventure gameThe tale starts where all other end. You’re at the gates of the final stronghold, ready to fight your final foe. A long journey behind you, many victories and many losses have made you strong and wise. But there is nothing else back there, except the memories. You enter the temple.The outcome of the war, the outcome of your destiny will be decided here…

Dimensions - ????

http://forums.tigsource.com/index.php?topic=50826.0

A 2D platformer about travel between worlds

Dog Duty - ????

http://forums.tigsource.com/index.php?topic=44086.0

Toy soldiers in a dystopian post apocalyptic wasteland, mostly inspired by GI Joe figures and Mad Max.In Dog Duty you're able to to select the soldiers, define their targets and use special abilities when it’s the best time. Also you must maintain your vehicle in the road or else you'll lose speed to reach the main objective.

Esper 2 - Oculus

http://esper2.coatsink.com/

Reprising your role from the original game, become an agent of ESPR, an organisation setup to deal withthe recent outbreak of telekinetic powers among citizens. Travel to exotic locations;solve puzzles, discover secrets, foil nefarious plots, and fall unconscious multiple times.

Fall of the Dungeon Guardians - 2015 (PC, Mac, Linux)

http://www.managames.com/DungeonGuardians/

An RPG Dungeon Crawler game, in First Person View, inspired by classics like Dungeon Master and Might & Magic

Fat Mask - 2016 (PC, Mac)

http://www.fatmask.com/

Fat Mask is a frenetic local-multiplayer action-puzzler in which you connect pieces of monsters to create even bigger monsters, but beware of other players trying to steal your creatures!

Good Robot - January 2016 (PC, Mac, Linux)

http://pyrodactyl.com/

You've got tons of weapons and thousands of robots out to violate your warranty in this fast-paced roguelike shoot 'em up. Explore a winding sci-fi metropolis and the depths of corporate depravity, but never stop shooting...unless, of course, you're a Bad Robot. You're not, are you?

Home Free - Late 2016 (PC, Mac, PS4)

https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/143870832/home-free-0

You are a dog lost in a randomly generated city. Looking for food. Looking for friends. Looking for home.

Hybrid Beasts - PC, Mac, Linux

http://hybridbeasts.com/

Hybrid Beasts is a unique cross-genre game that brings together strategic turn-based action and open-world exploration and adventure. At its heart, teams of never before seen creatures battle against each other to conquer and defend regions of a mysterious world full of secrets, quests and adventures that are being discovered in the process.

Klang - PC, Mac, Linux

http://forums.tigsource.com/index.php?topic=50818.0

Klang is at its core an evolution of traditional rhythm games. Where previous games in the genre has mostly focused on pressing buttons in correct timing with the music, Klang expands upon this with adding the flair of exploration and platforming.

Labyrinth - PC & Mac

http://steamcommunity.com/sharedfiles/filedetails/?id=527898055

Labyrinth is a CCG + tactical turn based RPG. It combines the depth, replayability, and customization of a CCG with the look and feel of a classic dungeon crawl RPG. You raid other players' dungeons in asynchronous multiplayer gameplay.

Madland

MAINFRAME ONE - Announced (PS4, PC)

http://www.mainframeone.com

MAINFRAME ONE is a fast-paced action-platformer inspired by the NES Classics Ninja Gaiden and Mega Man. Speed and agility are at your fingertips in this throwback pumped full of tight gameplay, hyper-responsive controls and eye-popping visuals inspired by the greatest pop-culture films, music and literature from our time.

Modulus - PC, IOS, Android

http://www.indiedb.com/games/modulus-phase-1

Modulus is a space RTS featuring player designed ships with sophisticated behaviors based on their build-out and dynamic ship destruction. Emergent, swarm based enemy agent's threaten to crush what's left of your civilization. All in a procedurally generated galaxy just waiting to be liberated! This is not a space rogue-like with a single player's modified and controlled vessel, this is a fleet... Your Fleet!...What will it look like?

Ninja Tag- 2016 (PC)

http://www.playninjatag.com/

Ninja Tag is a local multiplayer stealth brawler where 2 to 4 players compete to be the ninjaest ninja. Armed with crossbows or swords, each ninja lurks in the dark for unexpected backstabbing or zips around the map to strike opponents before they can react. Quick reflexes and a keen eye will tell where your enemies hide and ensure you live long enough to take them out.

One Last Sunset - ????

http://www.onelastsunsetgame.com/

One Last Sunset is a story about betrayal and revenge set in a post-apocalyptic world with Wild West overtones. The game combines RPG-esque sandbox elements, choices, consequences, etc, with rogue-like random generation (maps, locations, quests and so on), perma-death and ticking clock goals - you have only a 72 (in-game) hour window to get find and kill the man who betrayed you.

Perlinoid - PC

http://jumpsuit-entertainment.com/about/

Perlinoid is a puzzle game that is loosely based on basic colour theory. The player controls differently coloured characters that have to overcome a series of complex coloured obstacles

Prey For The Gods - PC, Mac

http://preyforthegods.com/

In Prey for the Gods, you play a lone hero sent to the edge of a dying world to discover the mystery behind a never-ending winter. Arriving with only the clothes on your back, you must survive the colossal dangers that you encounter. To restore balance and reclaim the land from the brink, you will be faced with questions that not even a God knows the answer to.

Quest to Aztlan - ????

http://abonfireofsouls.com/quest-to-aztlan/

Quest to Aztlan is a small huge rpg game. You choose an exploration team to explore the ancient ruins of Atzlan. In the way you fight against creatures that prevent you reach the city treasury. Upgrade your equipment spending coins in the merchant shop (a peculiar character) and manage the battle in real time combats 4 vs 4.

Reliquary - PC

http://www.indiedb.com/games/reliquary

Reliquary is a futuristic action rpg focused on exploration, survival, and dying a lot. Stranded in a mysterious asteroid field known as the Reliquary, you'll need to fight through procedurally generated stages riddled with derelict spacecraft and bizarre creatures. Your only hope of refueling your ship is an energy signature emanating from the Reliquary's core.

Remnants of Naezith - ????

http://naezith.com/

Remnants of Naezith is a fast-paced 2D platformer which has no speed limitations, you can accelerate as much as you want/can. The abilities the character has are double jump, wall-jump, dash and the best one, swinging! The game’s overrefined grappling hook physics don’t feel like any other “hook game” you’ve played. You will feel the acceleration

Rogue Singularity - PC, Mac, Linux

http://steamcommunity.com/sharedfiles/filedetails/?id=530689988

A high-speed infinite obstacle course. Navigate the perils at the edge of a rogue singularity as it tears worlds apart. Customise your robot and face infinite challenges, fighting to survive. Traverse universes to discover what lies beyond the void.

Savage: Road to Darkness - ????

https://www.facebook.com/shinobiGator

A 2D hand-drawn brawler about a shinobi gator

Somber - PC

https://forums.unrealengine.com/showthread.php?86340-Announcing-Somber

Somber is a 4 player coop, third person suspense game, set in a fictional city of Argentina during mid 1950’s.

Spooky Pooky - 2016 (PC, Mac, IOS)

http://www.fistfulofsquid.com/spookypooky/

Spooky Pooky is a 2D platformer that combines action, exploration and puzzle-solving set against the backdrop of a B-movie plot.

Starfallen - Late 2016/early 2017 (PC, Linux)

http://www.playstarfallen.com/

Starfallen is a procedural action-rpg about an engineer that crashes on an alien world, and who is believed by the native aliens to be one of their gods.Though the world is beautiful, it is dangerous and hostile and the Engineer must find a way home. The Engineer explores the vast alien world inhabited by archaic civilizations, and is snared into a dark conspiracy.

Sub-Species - PC

http://www.howlinghamster.com/Sub-Species

Sub-Species is a 2.5D Shooter, in which your submarine can rotate 360° in order to blast alien sea monsters that will be coming at you from all angles.You’re a scavenger piloting a small salvage submarine that must journey into to deepest Sub-Species of the ocean and blasting enormous sea monsters into oblivion. Kicking ass and saving the World, now how could that not be fun?

Sure Footing - ????

http://tableflipgames.co.uk/sure-footing/

A rhythmn runner/platformer with an emphasis on procedural content generation

Tusks and Tigerskins - ????

https://www.reddit.com/r/gamedev/comments/3o6g2j/screenshot_saturday_245_eye_candy/cvv827t

Essentially, you're in charge of a shipping company at a jungle British Outpost circa 1927, and you use a little boat to go up and down the river and sell things. It's inspired by the Jungle Cruise ride at Disneyland/Walt Disney World, Heart of Darkness, and the movie African Queen and plays a bit like if Recettear, Far Cry, and a boat-driving simulator had a baby.

Untitled adventure game - ????

Vile - PC, Mac, Linux

http://www.indiedb.com/games/vile

Vile is a 2d action roguelite about fighting demonic creatures and other horrors throughout a vile world. You must complete random objectives given to you in procedurally-generated dungeons to put a stop to the creatures forever! Collect souls to buy new weapons and new secondaries or use them to help you on your next run
 

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Done, but there are probably some errors somewhere. Post them here in the thread and I'll correct that until tomorrow.
 

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Great opening post as usual Toma. Cheers for doing this every month. Also very happy Ravenmark got onto the games of the month list.
 
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Where else but indie games can you play as a border guard, explore the life of someone suffering from depression, have fun pseudo-programming chemical reactions, or perform inept surgeries?

Or take care of a plant, or contemplate the meaning of life while you watch a mountain spin, or even starting to think about how we treat things in our life as disposable as we burn them.
 

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Awesome work Toma!

I liked Bit.Trip Runner 2 when I played it on iOS, but now, with the bigger screen and a pad is beyond fantastic. Along Badland (need to buy it for Steam soon), the best auto runner there is. Confirmed with the Steam version.
 

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Or take care of a plant, or contemplate the meaning of life while you watch a mountain spin, or even starting to think about how we treat things in our life as disposable as we burn them.

Speaking of weird and random game ideas...
you all seriously need to play The Beginners Guide. I cant remember the last time a game kept me coming back to thinking about it so much... 3-4 weeks after I played it.
 

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Dragon Fin Soup is a pretty good roguelike (with some UI issues).Playing it on Ps4 right now (free for PS+).
 

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Game seems to be getting a pretty mixed response. Any other impressions? What makes a love it or hate it game?

I would need to look closer into the negative comments, but from 2-3 hours of playing its a very solid Roguelike with quite a lot of content. You have 17 (<3) equipment slots, 3 different game mods (highscore, roguelike and story), several mini games, good loot feeling, a rather engaging combat system with challenging combat, magic, projectiles and whatnot. Its also rather pretty to look at.

Its possible the game drops off later on if the challenge significantly decreases (which I cant imagine in a roguelike), but for now the only issues I could see are the UI, which is a bit cumbersome, the difficulty (people complaining about hard games) and maybe the cutesy dialogue.

But seriously, how can you dislike a game where you can heal yourself with zombie juice malt liquor.


Edit: Dug some more. Its mainly the UI that bugs people. I would agree with what this gentleman is saying:
The UI is not fantastic, but it's not horrible, either. Press a key (U) to open up the high-level menu, then navigate between inventory, equipment, crafting, etc. Sometimes it's easier to use a mouse within some of those sub-menus. I don't understand how this is all that different from Skyrim. It's not the pinnacle of user interface design, but I don't think it should be seen as a show-stopper.

People are also complaining about the pet AI being bad. But again, to me, part of the fun is trying to predict the AI, which, like real intelligence, isn't completely predictable. I've found that with some careful consideration, I've been successful in making things align such that my pet is kicking &#9829;&#9829;&#9829; with me most of the time. Again, it takes some strategy.

In my opinion, this game is suffering from the same problems that many roguelike games are suffering from: some gamers just don't "get" these types of games. They expect something different. These types of games are not for everyone. But at least this one has a Classic Mode that allows you to save your progress to learn how it works before going hardcore.

The game is far from unplayable and I think people are incredibly nitpicky about it.
 

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Dragon Fin is getting some mixed responses, but I gotta give the developer some credit, they are replying to like every single bit of criticism and analyzing the core complaints. If they are as proactive with their patches are they are with their communication then that game could turn into a rather respectable roguelike sooner rather then later.
 

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Dragon Fin is getting some mixed responses, but I gotta give the developer some credit, they are replying to like every single bit of criticism and analyzing the core complaints. If they are as proactive with their patches are they are with their communication then that game could turn into a rather respectable roguelike sooner rather then later.

It already is on the "respectable" side in my opinion. Not saying it cant be improved and I am looking forward to the patches (a Cross save roguelike for ps4/vita, :-o), but it doesnt deserve the "mixed" reception at all.
 

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Great work at putting everything together as usual Toma.

Kudos to everyone else that is taking part.

Maybe i am suffering from game overload but i didnt see much else worth putting up from steam that wasn't already getting mentioned by others.

It's not as if there isnt much to look at this month with over 30 new releases.
 

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Great work at putting everything together as usual Toma.

Kudos to everyone else that is taking part.

Maybe i am suffering from game overload but i didnt see much else worth putting up from steam that wasn't already getting mentioned by others.

It's not as if there isnt much to look at this month with over 30 new releases.

Its less entries than usual, but whatever. *shrug* 30 is still a ton and we usually neglect some games anyway. (All you go play Beginners Guide!)
 

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Put some time into Vertigo Void (which was a bit of an impulse buy) and I think I can recommend it although know going in that the UI is a little rough. The gameplay itself is a full on Kula World clone but it is a fairly competent one and I must admit that as a Kula-fan I am getting rather nostalgic playing Vertigo Void. If mind pending 3D puzzle landscapes shake your fancy it is worth checking out on steam, bonus to the game itself being dirt cheap.
 

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More people need to know about Sublevel Zero: http://store.steampowered.com/app/327880/

It's such a cool game. If you ever had any like of Descent or other 6dof shooters you should definitely check it out. Other games like Galak-Z seem so barebones in comparison when Sublevel zero has just so much more stuff and full 3d environments, and is cheaper also.
 
More people need to know about Sublevel Zero: http://store.steampowered.com/app/327880/

It's such a cool game. If you ever had any like of Descent or other 6dof shooters you should definitely check it out. Other games like Galak-Z seem so barebones in comparison when Sublevel zero has just so much more stuff and full 3d environments, and is cheaper also.
Two completely different games. Sublevel doesn't have Galaxy-Z's stealth or dynamic combat with different factions. Can't really call it barebones in comparison IMO. Sublevel is more about fast-paced arcade-y action
 

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Speaking of weird and random game ideas...
you all seriously need to play The Beginners Guide. I cant remember the last time a game kept me coming back to thinking about it so much... 3-4 weeks after I played it.

I read many mixed opinions about it, can you elaborate why that game grabbed you?
 

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More people need to know about Sublevel Zero: http://store.steampowered.com/app/327880/

It's such a cool game. If you ever had any like of Descent or other 6dof shooters you should definitely check it out. Other games like Galak-Z seem so barebones in comparison when Sublevel zero has just so much more stuff and full 3d environments, and is cheaper also.
Yeah, Sublevel Zero is awesome.

Somehow I missed that each monthly iteration of this thread had almost totally different games. I was flipping through them and ran across Boss Constructor which apparently just came out of Alpha and looks really interesting. Especially the part where you can have a huge number of AI ships (like 64) fight each other and iterate the design using natural selection.
 

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Two completely different games. Sublevel doesn't have Galaxy-Z's stealth or dynamic combat with different factions. Can't really call it barebones in comparison IMO. Sublevel is more about fast-paced arcade-y action

I don't see why they aren't comparable. They are both action flight roguelites with physics based flight models where you go through procedurally generated environments.

The different factions which fight one another is one of GalakZ's pros, but the stealth really isn't that robust. It just means enemies have a detection radius and start unalerted, which is the same in Sublevel Zero although in that case you really don't stealth around dudes and generally take out everyone in a room.

Playing a lot of GalakZ and seeing the same two structures over and over really does make it feel barebones. As well as the upgrades and items not really feeling that impactful, some are outright bad. The great part is the flight model and combat is just really fun, and the mech mode is great too.
 

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I read many mixed opinions about it, can you elaborate why that game grabbed you?

The problem is talking about the game without... talking about it. Not every game that resonates with me, will resonate with others as well, but its quite possibly the most emotional experience I had with a videogame in quite a while. I guess the reason for that is not the actual "topic" that is discussed, as all kinds of videogames can have sad/touching/emotional topics. However, the way the game is structured is quite... interesting as, for me, it resulted in several topics that I thought about on a deeper level than I usually would. I am STILL contemplating how the game made me feel and what I think about it, how this shapes my current actions. I know this all sounds terribly pretentious, but I think its probably one of the most important games released this year.

Btw, "game" as in the way we would define "game" here. They called it virtual theatre (instead of the negatively connotated "walking simulator").

One more thing that maybe helps emphasizing the point above
Compared to Dear Esther:

Dear Esther was a pretty game with a subtle narrative and an engaging story, but thats where it ended for me. The Beginners Guide had me second guessing not only the narrative, but also my thoughts on it, my behaviour in general, people I meet daily. This wont happen to all people, but IF it works for you, this is quite a powerful experience. A friend of mine had a similar experience to me btw.

#SuccessfullyTalkedAboutGameWithoutTalkingAboutTheGame
 
So it's November already (doesn't feel like it over here, 70 degrees!). Looking at what's upcoming on Steam, there are some more cool games planned for 2015 - Hard West, Slain, RIOT, The Banner Saga 2, maybe Ghost Song - but it's probably a good time to start thinking about the best indies of 2015

So many good games came out this year. That's going to be hard. I know some games that are definitely going to make my list, but ranking and such is going to take a lot of thought

Off the top of my head, SOMA, Ori and The Blind Forest, Infinifactory, Duskers, and Rocket League are all easy shoo-ins for me
 
Full list of IGF 2016 entries is up
Edit: Quickly browsed through the entries and a lot of cool games I hadn't heard of before. Will post some later

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And Blacksea Odyssey got an alpha demo. Kickstarter soon

Blacksea Odyssey - Free demo (PC)

http://blackseaodyssey.com/

Blacksea Odyssey is a top-down shoot 'em up about hunting giant space creatures
Play as the cybernetic Old Man who has entered the deadliest competition in the galaxy – the Blacksea Odyssey! Four of the bravest huntsman compete in capturing bounties for the largest space creatures that exist! Only the sole champion of the competition is awarded the honor of encountering the Titan of the Stars! Legend says no one has ever lived to tell a tale about the Titan. Will the Old Man be the first?
 

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Playing NaissanceE. Got to the Deeper Into Madness chapter. The game started freaking me out so bad that I had to close out of it and take a break for a while. That kind of trippy/surreal stuff reeaallly gets to me... lol

Edit: Alright, finished it.
 
Element - PC, Mac, iOS, Android

http://elementgame.com/

You are escaping a decaying solar system. You must visit each planet, mine enough element, and defeat the enemy to progress to the outer planets and beyond.
Generate energy, mine element, build attack and defense units, and destroy the enemy while maintaining a balance between earth, air, water, and fire.

Oxenfree - 2015 (PC)

http://nightschoolstudio.com/oxenfree/

Oxenfree is a single player game that’s equal parts coming-of-age tale and supernatural thriller. You play as Alex, a bright, rebellious teenaged girl who brings her new stepbrother Jonas to an overnight party on a decommissioned military island. The festivities are framed by a dangerous sneak to a forbidden beach, celebrating with friends and navigating prickly situations with enemies.
But the night takes a horrifying turn when you unwittingly open a ghostly rift spawned from the island’s cryptic past. How you deal with these events, your peers, and the ominous creatures you’ve unleashed is up to you.

Lintrix - ????

http://www.lintrixgame.com/

Test your skills in the world of Lintrix, the game that rethinks the action puzzle genre with its unique gamepla and amzing trixel graphics and exclusive soundtrack
Play through a variety of exciting galaxies and dozens of levels with mind-bending puzzles. Create barriers to defend yourself, discover different tactics to spend less light and become stronger, uncover new powers and overcome new challanges!
 
GoNNER - ????

https://twitter.com/dittomat

A fast-paced run-n-gun shooter/platformer

Trashomancer - PC, Mac, Linux

http://forums.tigsource.com/index.php?topic=50336.0

Strange things are happening in a weird building that emerged from the ground... It's up to you, the trashomancer, to investigate what is happening in that place!
But you never liked getting your hands dirty anyway so you decide to send your minions made out of the trash you find lying around everyday. Play with your friends as the true disposable and recyclable heroes!

Koruldia - 2016 (PC)

http://www.koruldia.com/

An indie RPG inspired by classic games such as Final Fantasy VI to IX, recent gems like Radiant Historia and even non-RPGs (Castlevania games on Nintendo DS and LoS1/2). In Koruldia, the players create their own path through a rich and mature narrative structure that we spice up using a variation of in-game camera angles - from the classic top view to the pre-rendered 3D perspectives.

Dragonpath - Free demo (PC, Mac, Linux)

http://forums.tigsource.com/index.php?topic=49868.0

Dragonpath is a Diablo-like action RPG. The game has 15 levels, each with an unique boss. You get all abilities directly from equipped gear, so go ahead and experiment with different combinations.

Roggle - ????

RoboCorps - PC, Linux

http://steamcommunity.com/sharedfiles/filedetails/?id=531283392

RoboCorps focuses on smashing together the quick, addictive action of Quake with the carnage and spirit of Worms, all fine-tuned with single-player and couch multi-player in mind.

Previously Mentioned

Wizard of Legend

Bunker Punks

Hollow Knight

Wishmere

Song of Horror
 

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^^^ Trashmancer looks amazing.

Also discovered a game called Besiege (Early Access), looks really great but its me or the inventions people make are way bigger than what is going to be destroyed?
 

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Also discovered a game called Besiege (Early Access), looks really great but its me or the inventions people make are way bigger than what is going to be destroyed?

Besieged is pretty fucking amazing. And yes, most of the best outcomes come from exercises in overuse of the equipment. One of my favourite devices I have made in it is this multi-firing catapult that can unload a hail of rocks at an aimed target and then rips itself apart from the force of the swinging arms. I love it.
 

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Downwell just reinforces that I really like arcadeish games.

The problem is talking about the game without... talking about it. Not every game that resonates with me, will resonate with others as well, but its quite possibly the most emotional experience I had with a videogame in quite a while. I guess the reason for that is not the actual "topic" that is discussed, as all kinds of videogames can have sad/touching/emotional topics. However, the way the game is structured is quite... interesting as, for me, it resulted in several topics that I thought about on a deeper level than I usually would. I am STILL contemplating how the game made me feel and what I think about it, how this shapes my current actions. I know this all sounds terribly pretentious, but I think its probably one of the most important games released this year.

Btw, "game" as in the way we would define "game" here. They called it virtual theatre (instead of the negatively connotated "walking simulator").

One more thing that maybe helps emphasizing the point above
Compared to Dear Esther:

Dear Esther was a pretty game with a subtle narrative and an engaging story, but thats where it ended for me. The Beginners Guide had me second guessing not only the narrative, but also my thoughts on it, my behaviour in general, people I meet daily. This wont happen to all people, but IF it works for you, this is quite a powerful experience. A friend of mine had a similar experience to me btw.

#SuccessfullyTalkedAboutGameWithoutTalkingAboutTheGame

Now it's on my wishlist
 

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so sad Hybris' development has been halted for so long. looked so damn good. last dev blog update was a year ago. 2016 release, hopefully?

 

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Stardew Valley Update!!!!!

Concerned Ape posted it today:

I spent October trying to finish the single-player game. My daily routine involves playing the game for several hours and taking note of any bugs, game balance issues or details that I want to improve. Then I spend the rest of the day fixing everything on the list. I guess you could call it an in-house beta. I rarely encounter serious bugs anymore… most of the work I’m doing involves tweaks in gameplay, prices, progression… small graphical problems, etc. Everything is pretty solid and every day it gets closer to being a finished product.

So I’m thinking about doing a closed beta when single player is ready, while I simultaneously work on finishing multiplayer. Then, when multiplayer is finished and well-tested I will release the final game. I can’t make any promises or give any details about a beta version right now, but it’s something I want to do.



Here’s what I’m thinking for a release timetable:

1. Finish single player (November)

2. Closed Beta (December)

3. Finish Multiplayer (December - ???)

4. Full Release

Also, the complete OST is being sold via the Humble widget on the game's site.

#BELIEVE