The indie games of the week not to be missed

The indie games of the week not to be missed

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Game News The indie games of the week not to be missed

As every week, we offer you an overview of the releases to come over the next seven days on the side of the indie sphere.

Worship of the Lamb

The indie games of the week not to be missed
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In Worship of the Lambyou play as an adorable lamb who sets up his own satanic cult and is responsible for indoctrinating the small animals of the forest. You will therefore have to manage this growing community by defining tasks for your minions. As your success depends on the number of followers you gather around the cult, you will have to go and recruit them. Going on an adventure, we come up against a classic combat system, with a structure typical of rogue lite like Binding of Isaac. The game had already left us a good impression as part of its preview: “An atmosphere as cute as it is disturbing, a complete and well thought out hybrid gameplay… Cult of the Lamb should provide us with a welcome breath of fresh air next August. The whole challenge of Massive Monster now consists in not falling into too much repetitiveness.”

  • Release date: August 11, 2022 on Switch, PC, PS5, Xbox Series, PS4 and Xbox ONE

Arcade paradise

The indie games of the week not to be missedThe indie games of the week not to be missed

In Arcade paradisethe player follows Ashley who has collected the keys to the aging family laundry. In order to make the city attractive, she decides to transform the small business into a real arcade. Now equipped with 35 arcade terminals, you will have to achieve the best scores on each terminal, upload these results online and thereby attract players eager to beat your own records in order to amass the most possible winnings. The games available are inspired by over 30 years of games, from the very first vector games to the 32-bit era. It is also possible to compete locally with up to 4 players.

  • Release date: August 11, 2022 on Switch, PC, PS5, Xbox Series, PS4 and Xbox ONE

lost in game

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Lost in Play takes you on a cartoonish adventure alongside a brother and sister lost in fantastic lands inhabited by magical creatures. You will have to help them solve puzzles to find their way home. The experience therefore revolves around a modern point’n click with a style very similar to cartoons. Also note that the game does not include dialogues, the narration will be entirely visual. A demo is available on the Steam platform if you feel like it.

  • Release date: August 10, 2022 on Switch, PC

furthest border

The indie games of the week not to be missedThe indie games of the week not to be missed

Farthest Frontier is a “town-builder” in which the player will have to create and prosper a city located at the edge of a civilized world and protect its people. An early access will be launched initially and will offer ten hours of play from the start. This early access should last between four and eight months, depending on the adjustments that Crate Entertainment will have to make according to player feedback.

  • Release date: August 9, 2022 on PC

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