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In our continuing effort to bring interesting Indie games to light, we had to skip last week due to the lack of new games, and hence we made a list of 7 games this week.

1. Venineth

Venineth is a single-player game focusing on unraveling the mysteries of ancient alien technology somewhere in the universe via exploration, platforming, and puzzle-solving, in a dangerous, distant worlds.

The game homepage can be found here.

2. Mastema Out Of Hell

Mastema is platformer game with a retro taste, oldschool design with lots of enemies and levels to play. If you loved Sonic, Super Mario, Chacan, Earthworm Jim and other like this, youshould be on the lookout for this game.

3. Rise of The King

Rise of the king is a third-person action-adventure game with survival elements, set within a medieval fantasy world. You will have to survive as you travel across the dangerous lands on your journey to investigate the disappearance of the son of a local Lord. You will explore a sweeping storyline filled with unique characters and meaningful interactions along your journey. The gameplay is a unique combination of survival, action and investigation mechanics to flesh out a much more dynamic and immersive experience.


4. Maze

Maze is an online co-op game which seems to be taking cues from Mazerunners. As lunar ranger, you have a limited amount of time on Earth as your suit needs to be powered to breath & move. Your goal is to find the control terminal of the section of the maze you’ve been dropped in, and deactivate it. To do so, you must explore the gigantic procedurally generated maze with your squad, craft some components to progress and resist against the drones and defense mechanisms of the maze.

The homepage of the game can be found here.

5. Atomine

Atomine is a twin stick procedural shooter rogue-like set in a virtual world with minimalist design, where the player recounts on the screen the real events of STUXNET, the first weapon ever created in the form of computer virus. In every run the player has to clear the level area from all the enemies in order to unlock the portal to the next level. Personally the modularity of weapons is what has me excited.

The homepage of the game can be found here.

6. Failure: Neuroslicers

Personally I am not a fan of strategy games, not because I don’t like them, but because I fail in a colossal way while trying to play any strategy. But Failure has something about it, maybe in the name itself? Maybe the electric art style? I am not sure, but I liked what I looked at. There is no video content that we could find. So, an image will have to suffice for now.

The homepage can be found here.

7. Exo One

EXO ONE is a surreal, exoplanetary exploration game. Drift and flow across enigmatic alien landscapes using a gravity based movement system. Atmospheric, diffused visuals are merged with otherworldly sound effects and a hypnotic electric guitar soundtrack. See amazing, high-sci-fi planets, float through boiling cloud formations, slide and roll down hill and mountain faces, and drift toward alien horizons.

The homepage of the game can be found here.

So what did you think about this week’s list? Let us know in the comments below.

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