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Greenlight Grab Bag Week 3

This week on Indie Greenlight we have seven more interesting games waiting to get greenlit. There’s platformers, metroidvania’s, a visual novel and a horror game. Brief descriptions and videos for each game are available below! Let us know in the comments which game interests you the most.

Eternum

Eternum is a platformer with the look and feel of the ’80s arcade cabinet games. Titles that have inspired and most influenced its creation are: Bomb Jack, Ghosts’ n Goblins, Baluba -louk no Densetsu and Psychic 5

Flamel’s miracle

Flamel’s Miracle is a visual novel adventure, choose your own destiny! New Journey, new world, ancient alchemy, travel companion’s objectives…In this undiscovered new planet, who is guiding us to our final destination?

Life on Mars PC remake

The United Nations has lost contact with their scientific colony on Mars, which is in charge of investigating whether there is micro-organic life in the groundwater of Mars. The ship takes 7 months to reach Mars and sends the best communications technician they have to repair the communications system. That technician is you.

Mastema: Out of Hell

Mastema Out of Hell is a platformer game in pure pixel art, 16bit old style sprites and backgrounds. You can run, jump and collect special weapons to conquer the next level defeating demons and bosses.

Morphite

Morphite is an atmospheric exploration sci-fi shooter with platforming elements. It is lovingly inspired by classics – Metroid Prime, Ratchet and Clank, and Turok.

Riptale

Riptale is a 2D action game aiming to make sword combat be as bloody and impactful as possible. The player collects gems that allow them to execute different attacks in the order of their choosing. All this results in a symphony of combos that fill the screen with blood and guts.

Unseen Apparitions

Welcome to Unseen Apparitions uncover a hidden world of spirits & voodoo. You have left your apartment to travel to the ancient “Isla de las Munecas” Forest. A terrible event happened here, producing mass hauntings & diseases.

That’s all on the plate this week, be sure to check back next Monday when I’ll cover my personal favorites that get on Steam Greenlight between now and then. Make sure to leave a comment and let us know which game you think looks the most promising!

 

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