Indies of the Week #50 – Sparkling Indie Gaming Sunday

Welcome to another Indies of the Week. This Sunday’s theme is sparkling today. Tone of a indie is sometimes very lively and witty. The effects indie game show off sparkling and dazzling lights. Adventure and causal indie have lighter tones due to demographic. Whether the game is aimed for younger or adult audience.  Today I have four indies I like to showcase and let see what their are,

Indie 4. Attack on Kitten – Wisp Entertainment

Attack on Kitten is about cats turning into weapons. Players take control of Kat (no pun intended), a cat knight on a quest to save Kingdom of Kitten. The game recreates retro 16 bit  action adventure era. Kat choose up to 8 different shape-shifting cats weapons. The title reminds me of Attack on Titans. There is no tutorial but learn on your own. Fight against fish enemies and bosses.   Collect cats to unlock new abilities and upgrades. Discover hidden secrets and test your platforming skills. Each cats have different abilities to utilize in gameplay. Attack On Kitten is coming soon on Steam.

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Indies of the Week #49 – Judgement Indie Gaming Sunday

Welcome to another addition of Indies of the Week. This Sunday’s theme is Judgement. In indies, a hero must face Judgement for his or her actions. Whether their choices leads to turmoil or salvation. It’s up players to decide their Judgement what path the character should face. Let’s get right into today’s indie games.

Indie 6. Stray – Appnormals Team

Stray is a insanity with a twist. Players take control of a unnamed protagonist being trapped in a dark room. He seeks help and discover who kidnapped him. Stay gives players experience on survival and mental issues.  Chatting on a computer, having breakdown and making a choice. The game take inspirations from Tamagotchi with elements of emotions. It has 24 chapters, unlockable rooms and multiple ways to die.   Collect items to survive and dark pixel art. Stray will be available in soon on Steam, IOS and android.  Make sure you check out Appnormals Team website for details.

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Indies of the Week #48 – Mech Indie Gaming Sunday

Welcome to another indies of the week. This Sunday’s theme is mech indies. Robot play a big role in video games. Indies has  futuristic genres and motifs. Ever robots fighting against humans or saving the world. What see what mech indies we have today.

Indie 4. Prism Queen – Dahku Creations

Prism Queen sets in  a distant future with robots participle in sporting arena. The main character is named Prism Queen. She is a incomplete prototype robot and the best chance to save humanity. The game is a Mega Man-like  retro side-scrolling platformer. Prism Queen can take down enemies and acquired there abilities. It has run and gun elements like Capcom’s Mega man. Help Prism Queen rose to the rank of King and Queen.   Tune to Dahku Creation for more info on Prism Queen.

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Indies of the Week #47 – Doubtful Indie Gaming Sunday

Happy Sunday and welcome to another addition of Indies of the week. Today’s theme for day  is doubtful.  Certain indie game can be doubtful because of genre. For example, a visual novel style can turn into role-playing. What about horror transforms into hack n’ slash? Developer could tricks the mines of players alike. Let’s see what is doubtful in the indies you will see today.

Indie 5.   Nightmarchers – Wyrmbyte

Nightmarchers is a third-person open world  action rpg shooter. The game is set in Oahu, Hawaii and player take the role of Kai. He has a hidden power within him and his father Honu. Kai is on a mission to take down  Kamapua, a god pig who destroyed Kai village. Nightmarchers has a various method of combat, stealth, gun-blazing and spells. Kai can became a demi god and learn abilities from gods of Hawaii. Unlock 40 skills and upgrades to your abilities. Explore over 50 villages and locations in Oahu Island. Nightmarchers brings national landmarks and stories about Oahu. The player can change deicide how they game plays. This game does reminds of Far Cry 3 and will you help Kai rebuild Oahu. Support Nightmarchers on Fig and Wyrmbyte

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Indies of the Week #46 – Diverse Indie Gaming Sunday

Welcome to another addition of Indies of the Week # 46. This Sunday’s theme is diverse, in indies games different genre come together. Diverse in indies such as characters, style and many more. Let’s see what indies we have today.

Indie 4. Ganbare! Super Strikers – Rese

Ganbare! Super Strikers  takes inspiration from manga such as Captain Tsubasa and Inazuma Eleven. This game has a mixture of tactical rpg and soccer.  Customize your team and player with items to boost stats. Learn special abilities along with anime style cutscenes.  Each ability altered stats such as sleep, silence and poison. Story mode is players take a role of a japanese team on their way to the World Cup. Game modes also available Quick Match, League and Tournament.  Download Ganbare! Super Strikers on and support Rese.

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Indies of the Week #45 – Nostalgia Indie Gaming Sunday

What is indie theme for Sunday?

Happy new year to all and welcome to the first indies of the week in 2018! Today theme is nostalgia this sunday morning. Indies games remind you on past video game. There will be some indies that touch your gaming childhood.  Here is some indies that will remind you of 80s or 90s.

4. Happiness Drops – ARES Inc

Happiness Drops is a puzzle falling game which you play as 5 magical girls. The game has a blend of visual novel elements and high anime tone. There are several game modes which as story, endless, versus and ranking. Goal of the game is to cluster your opponent with blocks to win.  Each magical girl has unique skills and personalities.  Happiness Drop look like a fun puzzle game for anime fans and it’s available now on Steam.

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Indies of the Week #44 – Inspired Indie Gaming Sunday

Welcome gamers  it’s Indies of the Week #44 this Sunday.  It’s the end of 2017 as we know it.  2018 is tomorrow and time does flies. Indies game are inspired by many things. Which is the theme for today indies of the week.  Game developers inspired retro and present games to their own. Let see what today’s indie brings us.

Battle High 2 A+

Battle High 2 A+ is a fast pace fighting game that has Street Fighter elements. The setting of Battle High is in  San Bruno High where students are strip from there powers. Battle High 2 A+ is a sequel with improved graphics, balancing and  two new characters (Lucio Marmo and Beat). Battle High 2 A+ has voice acting, 15 playable characters and 2 music themes for each character.  Each character has special moves and supers along with combos.  Local multiplayer is available and arcade mode. Will you uncover the mystery behind student losing power? Battle High 2 A+ is available now on Steam and support Mattrified Games.

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Indies of the Week #43 – Seasonal Indie Gaming Sunday

Hello and welcome to a special edition of Indies of the Week. This Sunday it’s seasonal and just in time for the Holidays. We explore the seasonal time in December but that’s today’s theme.  Seasonal in indies is based on the setting of the game. An Indie game can talk places on a snowy night or autumn.  Whatever case may be it brings out the tone of the game.  Here are some indies to look for in 2018 or this year.

Indie 5. Chambara – Team Ok LLC

Chambara is a first-person sword fighting action indie game. The game reminds you of Blind Blades but in 3D form. Hide in black and white world for stealth to surprise your opponents. There is local multiplayer choose 1vs1 or 2vs2 with  friends. All gamepads are available PS4, Xbox One and many more. Use your blade, umbrella and shurikens  in your arsenal. Chambara will be available now on Steam and support Team ok LLC development.

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Indies of the Week #42 Raising – Indie Gaming Sunday

Welcome to another addition of Indies of the Week this Sunday. Today’s theme is raising. Raising a monster or character make  them stronger. It’s like raising a child and teach them about the world.  Indies games, there is a genre called simulation which is sort of raising and a bit more casual. Let’s talk a look at some indies games about raising.

Indie 5.   Boot Hill Bounties – Experimental Gamer Studios

Boot Hill Bounties is a western rpg revolves about four heroes willing to save their homes .It takes inspiration from  90s RPGs such as Final Fantasy, Earthbound and Chrono Trigger.  The game has four-player local co-op which you can assign characters and control all four heroes.Soundtrack is made by Jake Kaufman who worked on Shantae, Duck Tales and Shovel Knight.  The combat is turn-based but with a twist, your party doesn’t have to wait for their turn.No random encounters but face and defeat 250 enemies. Customization is apart of this game such as your weaponry. Find jobs on a newspaper, farming, side quests and eat 50 types of food.   Sneak up on enemies to get an advantage, camping with your party members and  encounter mysteries. Will you hunt down these outlaws? Boot Hill Bounties is available on Steam and support Experimental Gamer Studios.

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Indies of the Week #41 – Disrupt Indie Gaming Sunday

Welcome to another Indies of the Week # 41 this Sunday. Before I get to the theme for today. I am been at Anime USA 2017 yesterday and last Friday. It was no indies there but I had fun. Anime 2017 blog post will be on Friday before Christmas shopping . Today’s theme is disrupt in indies you have a primary objective. There is a disrupt or obstacle that you must overcome to achieve it. Let’s see what indies we have in store for us gamers.

5. Juicy Realm – SpaceCan

Juicy Realm is a rogue-like shooter indie game.   Plants  are eating human and now human are the top of the food chain. In gameplay, players gain weapons , items and gear to fight off human-eating plants. Defend of and expand your  based camp. Play alone or with friends in campaign mode. If you don’t end of plant food support SpaceCan. Follow SpaceCam on Twitter and Facebook for more information.

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