Indie Game Releases of the Week: 16th to 22nd September 2019

This week in indie games, we have the Untitled Goose Game, the ‘pop album video game’ Sayonara Wild Hearts, puzzler The Sojourn, and more.

There’s a ton of indies coming out this week, and paring down the list was no easy feat, but we did it nonetheless! Here’s our picks for the indie games you need to keep an eye on as they release this coming week, including puzzles, heart-breaking, sinister cute stuff, post-apocalyptic journeying, and one annoying goose.

Little Misfortune (18th September on PC, Mac, Linux)

Developer: Killmonday Games
Publisher: Killmonday Games

Little Misfortune is a sweet yet creepy interactive story, in which Misfortune Ramirez Hernandez is seeking the prize of Eternal Happiness as a gift for her mommy. It’s set in the same universe as Fran Bow, and comes from the same developers.

Overland (19th September on PC, Mac, Linux, PS4, Switch)

Developer: Finji
Publisher: Finji

Overland is a turn-based survival game in which you journey across post-apocalyptic America, where you get to make every important decision (and then suffer the consequences).

Sayonara Wild Hearts (19th September on PS4, Switch)

Developer: Simogo
Publisher: Annapurna Interactive

Sayonara Wild Hearts is a “pop album video game”, and it involves lots of music and lots of battling, all at top speed.

Untitled Goose Game (20th September on PC, Mac, Switch)

Developer: House House
Publisher: Panic

Untitled Goose Game remains untitled right to its release, and really, what better title do you need for an indie game about a mischievous goose wreaking havoc in a peaceful village? There’s also a dedicated button to honk!

The Sojourn (20th September on PC, PS4, Xbox One)

Developer: Shifting Tides
Publisher: Iceberg Interactive

The Sojourn is an indie puzzle game that’ll make you think, and it looks thoroughly beautiful while at it. The PC release will be on Epic Game Store, and it’ll be out on Steam next year.

Other Indie Releases

16th September

  • We Were Here (16th September on Xbox One)
  • Winter Cometh (16th September on PC)
  • Akash: Path of the Five (16th September on Switch)
  • Mowin’ & Throwin’ (16th September on PS4)

17th September

  • Bus Simulator (17th September on Xbox One)
  • Nauticrawl (17th September on PC)
  • Daymare: 1998 (17th September on PC)
  • Devil’s Hunt (17th September on PC)
  • Rebel Cops (17th September on PC, Mac, Linux, PS4, Xbox One)
  • Stela (17th September on Xbox One)
  • Castle Crashers Remastered (17th September on PS4, Switch)
  • Jet Kave Adventure (17th September on Switch)
  • Witching Tower (17th September on PSVR)
  • Bounce (17th September on PSVR)
  • Ling: A Road Alone (17th September on PC)

18th September

  • Football Drama (18th September on PC, Mac)
  • Exorcise the Demons (18th September on PC)
  • Mable & The Wood (18th September on Xbox One)
  • Scheming Through The Zombie Apocalypse: The Beginning (18th September on PS4, Xbox One)
  • Sally’s Law (18th September on Xbox One)

19th September

  • Truck Driver (19th September on PS4, Xbox One)
  • Seventh Circle (19th September on PC, Mac, Linux)
  • Crying Suns (19th September on PC, Mac)
  • Neon Drive (19th September on Switch)
  • Mythgard (19th September on PC, Mac)
  • Police Stories (19th September on PC, Mac, Linux, Xbox One)
  • Soul Knight (19th September on Switch)
  • Hot Lava (19th September on PC)
  • Inferno 2 (19th September on PS4, Switch)
  • Lost Castle (19th September on PS4, Switch)

20th September

  • Rebound Dodgeball Evolved (20th September on PC, Xbox One)
  • Niffelheim (20th September on PS4, Xbox One, Switch)
  • Spellworm (20th September on Switch)
  • Island Maze (20th September on Switch)
  • Cryptofall: Investment Simulator (20th September on PC, Mac, Linux)
  • Zenith (20th September on Switch)

Interested in learning more about the best free indie games on Amazon Prime and how to play Amazon Prime games for free, check out this article on Into Indie Games.

This Article was written by: Rahul Shirke

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