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Summer is a great time of year for gamers. Between all the different conferences and showcases throughout the season, there can be an overwhelming amount of titles to keep track of. Whether you’re an indie enthusiast or just venturing into indie territory for the first time, this list is sure to have something that entices you! Let’s take a look at 10 indie games that should be on your radar.

Screenshot of Sable
Screenshot of Sable

Sable

Sable is an open world exploration game developed by Shedworks and published by Raw Fury. You can guide Sable on her hoverbike across vast deserts and mesmerizing landscapes dotted with…


Every now and then an indie game comes along and makes me think “this is what video games are all about!” The recently released, innovative masterpiece Before Your Eyes from GoodbyeWorld Games is the latest game to inspire this feeling in me. Being steeped in the indie game world, I was surprised that I had missed any news about Before Your Eyes until after its release. I was instantly intrigued by the charming art style and gameplay premise — navigating the narrative with real time blinking.

Now if you’re thinking “oh my god I could never play that game, I…


NUTS is a first person, single-player narrative game about monitoring and reporting squirrel behavior. You play as a rookie field researcher coming to the remote Melmoth Forest to track the movements of the squirrels and discover why they behave so strangely. NUTS boasts bold style and an intriguing narrative executed through distinctive gameplay.

The core mechanic of NUTS is a unique type of environmental puzzle that requires you to navigate through the forest while tracking the path of some tricky squirrels. You are given cameras that you set up around your map based on GPS coordinates given to you by…

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