Indie Game Lover: 7 New Indie Games ♥ July Week 3

July 24, 2019

7 New Indie Games ♥ July Week 3



Hey, hi, hello! How's it going with you on this fair day? Whatever your mood, there's a good chance that after blinking through our latest curated collection of indie games, you'll have found something to counter - or even enhance - your current state of mind. We're not going to guarantee anything here, but it's a confident boast.

If that bet doesn't pay off for us, however, you can see what other indie games have been unleashed on the world during the month of July so far, with digital delights such as Sea of Solitude, Blazing Chrome, Eagle Island, Etherborn, and Sky headlining the list.

Hmm? What's that? You didn't find anything of interest there? That's difficult to believe, but before you're labelled a dirty rotten liar, we'll offer up even more indie game releases, like this batch from the first week of July, and this collection from the second week of the month.

And before you claim that there's nothing that catches your eye through those links (it's getting difficult to believe you...), then you should have one last look at our latest collection for the third week of July, below:
Featuring Horace, Night Call, Summer Catchers, and more.


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Horace
Links: || Steam || Twitter ||

"Horace is a story-driven, pixel-platform adventure peppered with nostalgic, popular culture references which will bring a smile to any gamer who enjoys the 8 and 16 bit era!"




Fate Hunters
Links: || Steam || Twitter ||

"Fate Hunters is a hardcore mix of strategy card battles and a roguelike adventure. Build your deck, explore the dangerous dark fantasy world and face fearsome foes! Risk your life to get powerful treasures!"




Nightmare Reaper
Links: || Steam || Twitter ||

"Explore the cursed depths of a nightmare while finding powerful weapons and improving your abilities in this retro first person shooter that breaches the wall between the classics and modern sensibilities."




Galaxy Squad
Links: || Steam || Twitter ||

"Galaxy Squad is turn-based tactical roguelike, in which you are leading a squad of mercenaries through randomly generated galaxy with different events. The game combines node-based exploration with random events, similar to games like FTL or Renowned Explorers, with hardcore tactical battles, inspired by XCOM series."




Robo Instructus
Links: || Steam || itch.io || Main Site || Twitter ||

"Robo Instructus is a puzzle game in which players manoeuvre a robot by issuing instructions via a simple programming language. As players progress through the game they unlock new functions to overcome new puzzles, each of which can be solved in multiple ways."




Night Call
Links: || Steam || Humble Store || GOG || Microsoft Store || Main Site || Twitter ||

"Night Call is a non-linear, narrative-driven noire investigation game. You are no detective, but you do have a gift. Around you, people feel more at ease. They talk. They share their thoughts, their emotions, their stories… their secrets. To passengers, you are more than just a driver; you are also a friend, a confidant, a shrink."




Summer Catchers
Links: || Steam || Main Site || Twitter ||

"Summer Catchers is an epic road trip adventure of a life time. With your trusty wooden car, embark on a quest from the frozen north to distant lands full of mystery and strange creatures who ready to both help, and stop you from completing your quest of finally seeing summer."

Watch this week's collection of new indie games in video form below:

Take Me Away

To Magical Places

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