Indie Game Roundup: August 9th, 2016
It's that time of the week where we sit down and share our favorite indie games... Indie Roundup time! This week, we wanted to give you a little taste of everything. Horror, Lovecraft, multiplayer madness with disc throwing craziness, to the ability to use teddy bear corpses to progress. No matter what genre you prefer, the following indie games are guaranteed to bring you an experience like no other.
1. Disc Jam - High Horse Entertainment
For those of you that find yourselves missing the fantastic cult hit Deathrow on the Xbox and love the arcade madness that titles like Rocket League bring to the table... look no further than Disc Jam! The addicting nature of this multiplayer title is something that will have you losing friends and developing a serious case of carpal tunnel. Buy Disc Jam on Steam!
2. Stifled - Gattai Games
This game will hear you coming... literally. Originally starting out as a student concept game called Lurking, Stifled is a game that can give even the bravest gamers the creeps. A microphone is needed to bring you into the experience, where the monster and other enemies will be able to hear exactly how much noise you make when you're running to hide. Buy Stifled on Steam!
3. A Place for the Unwilling - AlPixel Games
This indie game is a Lovecraftian adventure capable of grabbing the attention of any fan of the culture. In addition, the art style will stop you in your tracks as its aesthetic is intriguing, skillfully designed, and just plain awesome. The open world in A Place for the Unwilling samples influences from games like Sunless Sea and Majora's Mask, two games we adore here at Indie Obscura. Buy A Place for the Unwilling on Steam!
4. Super Rude Bear Resurrection - Alex Rose Games
Let's start by saying that one of the most notable aspects
5. Wolcen: Lords of Mayhem - WOLCEN Studio
While we love every game of every genre, we're still suckers for a good action RPG.
Looking for more awesome indie game suggestions? We've got you covered! If you're fans of Super Metroid, you should definitely check out our Xeodrifter review and learn why it's one of our favorite Metroidvania games. If you're looking to try something new, learn more about RunGunJumpGun which releases this month. Finally, for another masterful Early Access game, take a peek at the terrifying horror game Eleanor's Stairway.Back To Top