Screenshot Saturday Mondays: indie FPS bonanza (with bonus animals)

Each weekend, indie devs exhibit present work on Twitter’s #screenshotsaturday tag. And each Monday, I carry you a collection of these snaps and clips. This week, genuinely by likelihood, my eye was caught largely by first-person shooters. Come for these, keep for the spectacular puppet tech, the large snake, the lovable canine, and the colossal crocodile. Try all these fascinating and enticing indie video games!

A superb puppet check for some secret venture (which could not even be a recreation?), and do not miss this older tweet demonstrating sticky hair both:

Sturdy character from the ultimate boss in Coffeekind, a platformer being made as a part of a recreation jam, which stars a boiling kettle with wee legs and arms:

Alright let’s start the FPS stretch with an essential demonstration of destruction from horror shooter Beneath (coming to Steam):

I can excuse the pun from Van Hellswing (coming to Steam, with a demo on Itch now) as a result of it has a grappling hook, and that is all that actually issues:

Whereas that bodycam FPS has excited many, goblinAmerica (coming to Steam) has a substitute for think about:

I have no idea why Nightmare Reaper (out now on Steam, and we reviewed it final 12 months) has a gun which fires pizzas, however I’m glad they’re including quite a lot of pizzas:

An especially cool addition to the extraordinarily cool Ultrakill (accessible in Steam Early Entry):

Extra trendy supernatural violence from Voidborn (coming to Steam, with a demo there now):

Okay, time to pause with this borzoi in Brutalism22 (out now on Steam), a “retro horror recreation concerning the conflict in Ukraine and brutalist structure in Jap Europe.”

Although you will have unhealthy occasions with animals on a flooded world in moist survival recreation Oceanfall (coming to Steam):

And let’s shut on one other big reptile, this time from post-apocalyptic metroidvania Exil (launching a Kickstarter quickly):

What else caught your eye this weekend, reader expensive?

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