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.
On Rusty Trails
Black Pants Studio's On Rusty Trails is a surreal platformer set to come out for Windows, Mac and Linux in 2015.
The fast paced gameplay casts you in the shoes of an unspecified iron creature menaced, just like his entire world, by the rain that's turning everything into rust. Upon the retrieval of a powerful suit, the character will gain the power to disguise himself among suspicios entities and climb walls as if the gravity doesn't exist.
The hand-painted levels, also react to your choices. Which makes it so that you can't rest until you complete the one you're currently in.
The main character has no face, and this, is the story of how Noface McGee will find out who he truly his. He despises his look. Therefore, whereas the main goal is to kill every single zombie that wanders the mansion, it's advisable to have always something to hide his head at your disposal.
Among all the Steam Early Access titles, Hardland is perhaps one of the less advertised. It's an open-world Action RPG that aims to become the ultimate frontier in terms of story customization.
The game isn't finished by any means, and it's currently sitting on its pre-alpha status as the developers keep working on releasing new features. If you like fantasy worlds, and procedurally generated adventures, chances that you might enjoy Hardland are fairly high.
Lancelot's Hangover is a comedy point & click adventure. The Holy Grail has been found, but before King Arthur manages to see it, the brave Lancelot loses it playing cards.
Lost and naked, after a night of unspeakable sins, you will have to find the grail before getting beheaded. There's a demo that can be downloaded for free, and the full game, can be pre-purchased for $4.99.