6 indie games of the week not to miss (PC, PS5, Series, Switch, PS4, One)

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As every week, we bring you a summary of the upcoming releases on the independent globe side in the next seven days.

good death

6 indie games of the week not to miss (PC, PS5, Series, Switch, PS4, One) 6 indie games of the week not to miss (PC, PS5, Series, Switch, PS4, One)

2D Rogue-lite, Have a Nice Death, was made for us by the Magic Design Studios teams and is set to be released first in early access. The story unfolds through a series of procedurally generated levels. You play as Death, the protagonist of Death Incorporated, a multinational corporation specializing in the treatment of souls. This old box is close to running out while its employees do what they want. He will need to give them a good fix and face their stubborn subordinates. And then naturally it will be necessary to defeat the bosses of each division. Death will be able to trade his iconic scythe for a panel of around thirty weapons and a gallery of various spells to accomplish his goals. Note that you will have to pay € 14.99 for this early access, which according to the team should take about a year. “In terms of features and content, Version 1.0 of Have a Nice Death will be completed with a final narrative, full range of gameplay elements and additional components: Difficulty mode, accessibility options, new custom curse tree, new curses, new worlds, new enemies (boss and mini) boss) and new weapons.

  • Release date: March 8 on PC

Aztech Forgotten Gods

6 indie games of the week not to miss (PC, PS5, Series, Switch, PS4, One) 6 indie games of the week not to miss (PC, PS5, Series, Switch, PS4, One)

Developed by Lienzo, the action-adventure game Aztech: Forgotten Gods follows the journeys of a young Aztec, Achtli, in his quest to become a hero. The unique setting of this universe is set in a futuristic Mesoamerica, a region encompassing the pre-Columbian geographic lands inhabited by the Aztecs, Tarascans, and Mayans, as well as other indigenous peoples. It is now a real stone metropolis with advanced technologies. Achtli will have to face massive battles against the Gods in order to absorb their powers and reuse them. A set of technologies allow you to explore the world very freely, run along walls and even go over greater or lesser distances.

  • Release date: March 10 for PC, PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X/S and Nintendo Switch

young souls

6 indie games of the week not to miss (PC, PS5, Series, Switch, PS4, One) 6 indie games of the week not to miss (PC, PS5, Series, Switch, PS4, One)

Developed by the French from 1P2P, Beat ’em up/RPG, Young Souls is played alone or collaboratively and features twins Jenn and Tristan, who were adopted by a Portsbourgh scientist. They set out through the kingdom of the Goblins to find their adoptive father. The game was brought to life by Matthew Ritter (The Walking Dead, Nova Phase). The two heroes discover a portal to another world fraught with dangers and threatening the existence of life on Earth. The player will then have to battle Jenn and Tristan, customize their gear by unlocking a hundred weapons, armor and accessories, and explore 4 unique biomes and dozens of dungeons. A little anchoring at the Happy Fit gym boosts your stats, while you can pick up a number of great accessories from the Solid Sneakers and Teen Spirit stores. The game will be released on Xbox Game Pass on day one.

  • Release date: March 10 for PC, PS4, Xbox One and Nintendo Switch

Shipwreck: Hidden Depths

6 indie games of the week not to miss (PC, PS5, Series, Switch, PS4, One) 6 indie games of the week not to miss (PC, PS5, Series, Switch, PS4, One)

Submerged: Hidden Depths, a “calm” adventure and exploration game, is presented to you by Uppercut Games. The game lacks third-person combat and places its setting in the sunken ruins of a separate world. While strange creatures live in the villages, the spikes of skyscrapers appear above the waves. The player is invited to play Miku, a young woman with a mysterious power that she wants to use to do good around her. Taku accompanies him and is determined”don’t let this power separate them“You are offered a range of activities including navigation, exploration, and climbing ruins. Note that the soundtrack was composed by BAFTA Award winner Jeff Van Dyck.

  • Release date: March 10 on PC, PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series and Stadia

Will You Be a Snail?

6 indie games of the week not to miss (PC, PS5, Series, Switch, PS4, One) 6 indie games of the week not to miss (PC, PS5, Series, Switch, PS4, One)

Will You Be a Snail? Intended for fans of fast-paced action platform games. You must move your snail avoiding traps while an evil AI named Octopus is trying to kill you. Note that it is possible to change the difficulty at any time or let the game adjust the most suitable one. There is also a series of completely optional puzzles to unravel the secrets of this world. Content creator Jonas Tyroller tells a story about this game “.artificial intelligence, simulation theory and the future of humanity

  • Release date: March 9 on PC

Core Keeper

6 indie games of the week not to miss (PC, PS5, Series, Switch, PS4, One) 6 indie games of the week not to miss (PC, PS5, Series, Switch, PS4, One)

Also originally planned for an early access release of around a year, Core Keeper is a sandbox adventure for 1 to 8 players by Pugstorm. Objective: to explore the depths of an endless cave filled with creatures, objects and resources. With these you can build your base, craft new equipment, survive and strengthen the Core. You will also have to face bosses in a randomly generated world. Besides, you need to relax a bit by planting seeds and taking care of your plants so you can harvest food and create new recipes.

  • Release date: March 8 on PC
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