First on today’s #indiedevhour is HAVOC FOX, who have just recently launched a demo of their game on gamejolt https://gamejolt.com/games/hfox/315948
Brief Description of there game
Welcome to the world of Havoc Fox! The once peaceful continent of Vanalia has fallen victim to the tyrannic rule of its new ruler, and it’s up to you to stop him!
Do you have what it takes to save the continent?
Checkout there website here https://havocfox.wixsite.com/hfox
— Havoc Fox (@havocfoxgame) January 31, 2018
Next game on today’s #indiedevhour is from Catalope Games, a called ‘Scrap Galaxy‘, the game is now available on steam for £5.79.
Scrap Galaxy has also been noted as a finalist in the Nordic Games Discovery Contest 2016 and IndieCator 2016.
Might be worth a look?
We have teamed up with @ParsecTeam to bring Scrap Galaxy online! You can now play together even if a snow storm is raging outside.
Scrap Galaxy: https://t.co/HIRxM9LwK4
Parsec: https://t.co/F61lfg8HXL#indiegame #parsec #multiplayer #Steam #pcgames #scifi #trailer pic.twitter.com/DDdyinkJqN
— Catalope Games (@CatalopeGames) December 14, 2017
Our final game for this week is Alwa’s Awakening, currently on steam for a steal, at only £3.84. Alwa’s Awakening was released on Feb 2nd 2018 on the steam platform, thats to a successful Greenlight and some hot Youtube Stars lending some of their time to give them exposure.
About This Game
In Alwa’s Awakening you play as Zoe, a heroine sent from another world to bring peace to the land of Alwa. Equipped only with a magic staff she awakens in a distant land and must set out to help the people. Traverse dangerous dungeons, meet interesting and fun characters and explore the world in this 8-bit adventure game. Just like the old classics you won’t have a flashing arrow telling you exactly where to go and what to do next. Instead you are free to find your own way and by using your magic staff you can progress through the over 400 unique challenging rooms in the game.
Alwa’s Awakening is a game that tries to stay as close as possible to the authentic 8-bit look with sweet pixel art, a soundtrack filled with catchy chiptunes and so much charm it’ll bring you right back to the NES era. With easy to understand controls the game is easy to learn but tough to master, just like how games were in the old days!
— Alwa’s Awakening (@AlwasAwakening) February 2, 2018