What indie games are on your radar?


#1

Pretty much what the title says, what other games are you guys keeping tabs on, or looking forward to?

For me it’s:

  • [urlhttp://gnomoria.com/] Gnomoria [/url]
  • [urlhttp://www.playstarbound.com/] Starbound [/url]
  • [urlhttp://stardewvalley.net/] Stardew Valley [/url]
  • [urlhttp://projectzomboid.com/] Project Zomboid [/url] (Although I’m not too sure about the new website design)
  • [urlhttp://www.timberandstonegame.com/] Timber and Stone [/url]

Also, have any of you guys tried/ heard anything about [urlhttp://www.survivor-squad.com/] Survivor Squad? [/url] Not sure what to make of it.


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#2

I can’t wait for:

  • Stardew Valley
  • Star Command
  • Secrets of Grindea
  • Starbound

#3

Star Command is out on iOS - and if I’m honest, it’s a little disappointing …


#4

I liked FTL and want to give Star Command a try. It’s on iOS now but it’s coming on Android and PC/Mac soon.


#5

Ah I didn’t know it was coming to PC! I think star command has the potential, but it’s not capitalised on that in any way, coming from FTL myself, I think I was just expecting a bit more. But it’s still a fun little game considering it’s only like £3,


#6
  • Topia
  • Erenor
  • Starbound
  • CodeSpells
  • Ironclad Tactics
  • Clockwork Empires

#7

I think that Star Command will get better after the release for PC/Mac because it will become the playground for new stuff.


#8

Im loving Gnomoria right now.
Other games im looking forward to are all from kickstarter:

  • Planetary Annihilation
  • Forasken Fortress
  • Castle Story

However, Stonehearth is the only one ive backed.


#9

I want to add three :smile:

Planet Explorers

Grim Dawn

REUS


#10
  • starbound
  • delver’s drop
  • roam

stonehearth is, by far, the game i am most looking forward to…


#11

Hmmm, a lot of new games here to check out… :smile:

I’ve been following/playing Kerbal Space Program, though it’s already ‘out’ so I’m not sure that counts. I just downloaded Star Command, trying to get the hang of it. It’s cute, but I’m not sure how deep it’s going to be.

-Will


#12

Stonehearth, War of the Overworld and Rogue Legacy


#13

There’s a few here I’ll have to check out!

Also [urlhttp://www.reusgame.com/] Reus [/url] was released yesterday, I’ve played it for a couple of hours but it seemslike quite a nice fun game.


#14

I’ve been looking into a metric ton of indie games but the ones I’m looking most forward too are:
Timber and Stone
Reus
Binding of Isaac Rebirth
Mewgenics


#15

I have been playing Gnomoria almost exclusively since Sept 2012
I like that the Dev (only one guy) releases a weekly patch. This always keeps me interested.
I also discuss Stonehearth at the Gnomoria forum so it’s cross promoting.


#16

thats out now my friend… and its an absolute blast… but i may be somewhat biased… :smiley:

http://www.timberandstonegame.com/?page_id=443


#17

Planet Explorers - Build your own Swords, Vehicles and Guns and explore an awesome alien world. Plus there is a demo available!
(Video 1, Video 2, link to demo)


Delvers Drop - Rouge-like physics based adventure game, with a cool collection of classes.
(Video 1, Video 2 (totalbiscuit))


TUG - Voxel based adventure game with a huuuge focus on immersion and narrative. Kickstarter


other kickstarter games include


#18

Is there away to just post my Green Light favorite list on steam?

Some lit, others need some love.
Project Black Sun

Secrets of Grindea
Wayfarer: The Outer Reaches
UnepicStardew Valley
Secrets of Grindea
Cardinal Quest II
Papers, Please
RIOT
Darkwood
Divekick
(I have an pixel and a fantasy addiction.)

Also, long live FTL.


#19

@wraithbone @Senkrads thanks for the comprehensive lists… :slight_smile:

clicks furiously


#20

Divergence: Online, a MMORPG with perma-death, not a WoW clone, and beautiful graphics.

Trials of Ascension, a MMORPG with perma-death, not a WoW clone, innovations, and player made content.

Star Citizen, a sci-fi wind commander and open world game of fun.

StoneHearth.

Bout it. I’m kind of tugging in-between ToA and Divergence. Really tough choices. Do I sacrifice the graphics for better gameplay and features? Or do I go with AAA graphics and randomly generated world on the fly like Minecraft.