Screenshot Saturday is the reason your Twitter news stream fills with pictures of games in development. Below, we present you the most intriguing ones we've found during the last feverish 24 hours of screenshot sharing. You can participate yourself by tweeting a screenshot wit the #screenshotsaturday hashtag.
Crossing the Line
Crossing the Line is an action first-person mystical investigation game. It's been announced for PC and Mac, and is set to come out sometime next year.
You take the role of a man who lost his wife in a terrible terrorist attack years earlier. Upon learning that the police is willing to abandon the unsuccesful hunt for the murderers, he begins his own investigation taking advantage of a dark power.
In fact, fights of any kind can be either battled out, or avoided by transitioning into the parallel Shadow World. Spending too much time in it, though, causes atrocious pain to your body. Therefore, managing your health condition will be extremely important.
Octopus City Blues
Octopus City Blues' demo came out for free alongside the tweet above here. It's a surreal adventure game by Ghost in a Bottle that has been funded through Kickstarter the past year.
The game tells the story of a middle-aged octopus who's recently been dreaming about a world much different from the one he lives in. To know more about its inhabitants, and possibly save them from an untold danger, he will venture in the underside of the tentacle-metropolis he lives in.
The outcome of the game varies. Hence why playing it more than once is highly advised. The full content can only be seen by exploring all of the unique paths that the choices you take create.
Download the demo (Windows, Mac, Linux)
I can't remember when did I first hear of Lemma. It was definitely a lot of time ago, that's for sure. The hypothetical release date suggested on its Greenlight page, claims that this first-person parkour experience is going to be released pretty soon. However, there are no official announcements yet.
An outdated demo can be found on itch.io, which is anyway enough to give you a rough idea of how your actions can alter the in-game environment.
Magnetic: Cage Closed
Magnetic: Cage Closed is a first-person puzzle game. Inprisoned in a mysterious facility, you'll have to escape using just the power of the magnetic gun. A powerful tool capable of creating electromagnetic fields and therefore, usable to move objects around rooms to help you in many ways.
Having also another project which will receive a Kickstarter pretty soon, Guru Games can't currently announce a release date.