Google Play has once again wrapped up its annual Indie Games Festival, celebrating all things indie and highlighting the passion and creativity of these smaller studios in a virtual event. The showcase also honored handpicked studios that will be privileged enough to participate in Google’s Indie Games Accelerator, where these developers will enjoy exclusive mentorship in a 10-week virtual program.
Dungeons of Dreadrock by Christoph Minnameier, from Germany – A retro-inspired puzzle dungeon adventure where you explore Dreadrock Mountain across 100 handcrafted levels.
Please, Touch The Artwork by Thomas Waterzooi, from Belgium – An atmospheric puzzle game that lets you unleash your rebellious streak by actually touching the artwork across 160 paintings to reveal a secret world.
Quadline by Ivan Kovalov, from Ukraine – Players will move lines to find specific slots while trying to solve puzzles in a minimalist style without pressured timers.
Indie Games Festival Winners | South Korea
Dungeon Log: Legendary Adventurer by Giant Dice – A unique single-player title that features a one-line drawing system during real-time 4×4 tile combat.
Lost Page – The Beginning of the Bridle by Gpicrew – A turn-based deck builder where you tinker around with randomly drawn resources (Fire/Water/Earth/Air) that let you plan better without the heavy influence of Lady Luck.
The Greater by IM GAME – A casual title where you look for the biggest numbers in a collection of circles and jump them for a longer time.
Indie Games Festival Winners | Japan
Catastrophe Restaurant by Zxima.llc – A culinary adventure where you run a restaurant using apocalyptic ingredients during the end of the world.
RASPBERRY MASH by IGNITION M – A roguish adventure with a pixel-art aesthetic and a wealth of weapons and skills to tinker with as you progress through the game.
SOULVARS by ginolabo – A unique deck building JRPG by a solo developer; something I thoroughly enjoyed and reviewed previously!
If you are curious to know more, you can check out all the game links Google’s blog.