Over the weekend, there were two indie-themed showcase streams, the second being the guerrilla collection showcase.It was a feature Lots Sure, it was specifically focused on PC releases, but nevertheless, we looked up and picked six titles on the way to Switch.
Let’s go straight.
This is the title we covered It dates back to 2019 when it was first announcedAnd the developer, Herobeat Studios, is on track for the promised 2021 release. It’s an “environmentally friendly” adventure where you play the role of a mother fox in a rather tough future. The name comes from the last species term, and you both protect your turnip while looking for something taken from your nest.
As you can see in the gameplay video above, various mechanics are played when trying to navigate dangerous areas. We look forward to seeing more as the release approaches.
Developed by Prideful Sloth and released with the support of 505 Games, this game is another environment-centric game, albeit in a more fantastic sense. You are an “Everhart Alchemist” who is obliged to protect the Evertree, which is marketed as a fairly relaxed game where you can perform various activities at your own pace.
This is the title I picked it up a while agoThe 1990 setting is eye-catching-imagine the world in front of mobile phones and the Internet. Currently released on August 12, the setting and storytelling are certainly fascinating, with an eye-catching visual style for exploring the city and eventually attempting a reunion. I’m looking forward to the soundtrack.
Conceptually it’s a little New Pokemon Snap, To be fair, the market is not overwhelmed by games whose main goal is to take pictures of nature. In this one, you’ll explore the luscious environment on foot, with the goal of snapping and recording a variety of wildlife, using puzzles that solve to get the specific shots you need.There is Demo on Steam If you want to give it a try, it looks like a release on that platform is planned soon. Hopefully the Switch won’t be too far away.
This is a “pixel art survival horror game set in New England in the mid-19th century” and seems like a pretty good combination to us. You’re trying to find a cure for your sick wife, so of course you do this by going to the precursory Grauhill Mansion and confronting all sorts of terrifying beings. Wow, wasn’t there healthcare in the 1800s?
This looks like a relatively mature game, but it’s pretty mature. You are a sad widow, “given the knowledge to summon dozens of succubus”, then cooperate with them, “make them fall in love with you … and sacrifice them for the soul of your wife” Make a vessel for. ” The trailer above is safe, but not for kids.
Next, some interesting games on the way to Switch. Which of these stands out and finds a place on your wishlist?