Nov 7, 2014

The Watchful Indie Watch #7.11

Let's skip the pointless intro and keep things brief this time around, shall we? Lovely, thank you so much dear reader. Here's what you need to know then...

Care to see an action adventure with stealth elements, assassins and glorious pixel-art happen? Good. You should probably support Aerannis on Kickstarter then, thus allowing a robot-run virtual world to exist.

Neutronized have released a new trailer for their forthcoming and incredibly cute iOS action platformer Drop Wizard. Watch it here.

The first chapter of the second season of lovacraftian point-and-clicker The Last Door has been released and it's none other than The Playwright. And, yes, you can play it for free or, better yet, support the devs a bit and get a downloadable version and all sorts of goodies.

Harebrained Schemes, the devs responsible for the excellent Shadowrun Returns RPGs have just announced their new game: Necropolis. A game about "brutal combat and survival, set in a magical deathtrap that shifts and reconstructs itself around you".

And if you are looking for a freebie to play right now, definitely have a look at The Illogical Journey of the Zambonis. It's got puzzles, looks weird and play ever weirder.

Excubitor, a fresh new shmup for Windows, has also been announced for Windows, Mac and Linux. You can try its demo here and, if you are feeling particularly kind, support it over at Steam's Greenlight.

Oh, and beautiful and incredibly clever explore-and-puzzle-'em-up TRI has appeared on Steam. You should probably do the wise and tasteful thing and buy it.

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