Indie Game Releases of the Week: 28th October to 3rd November 2019
27 Oct, 2019
This week in indie games, we have arena shooting with Xeno Crisis, outdrinking Satan in Afterparty, scary adventure Song of Horror, and more.
There aren’t many well-known indie titles in the release pen this week, but that’s all the more reason for them to shine brightly. Check out our round-up of the most interesting games releasing in the final week of October.
Xeno Crisis (28th October on PC, Mac, Linux, Switch, PS4; 30th October on Xbox One)
Developer: Bitmap Bureau
Publisher: Bitmap Bureau
Xeno Crisis is actually a port – of the crowdfunded original for the Sega Genesis/Mega Drive. You control a pair of marines as they fight their way through an outpost infested with aliens.
Afterparty (29th October on PC, PS4, Xbox One)
Developer: Night School Studio
Publisher: Night School Studio
Afterparty is a conversational adventure game from the creators of indie darling Oxenfree, and it stars a pair of best buds as they stare at an eternity in Hell. They can get back to Earth – if they manage to outparty Satan himself.
Yuri (31st October on Switch)
Yuri has been in development for years, and it plays as a 2D platformer with a charming aesthetic. The game stars a cosmonaut as he explores strange and whimsical worlds.
Song of Horror (31st October on PC)
Developer: Protocol Games
Publisher: Raiser Games
Song of Horror is a spooky survival horror title in which you grapple with an eldritch AI. Although the game is narrative-focused, it features permanent character death, so your playthrough’s story will be unique depending on how you play.
Race With Ryan (1st November on PC, PS4, Xbox One, Switch)
Publisher: Outright Games
Race With Ryan lets you… well, it lets you race with Ryan across six environments, collecting mystery eggs and featuring both career and split-screen play. It’s very child-friendly, by the looks of it.
Other Indie Releases
- Door Kickers: Action Squad (28th October on Switch)
- Last Shark Standing (28th October on PC)
- 140 (29th October on Switch)
- Close to the Sun (29th October on PS4, Xbox One)
- Inferno 2+ (29th October on Xbox One)
- 39 Days to Mars (29th October on PS4)
- Annihilation (29th October on PS4)
- Antigraviator (29th October on PS4)
- Thoth (29th October on Switch)
- Blind Spot (29th October on PS VR)
- Miles & Kilo (29th October on PS4)
- Vektor Wars (29th October on PS4)
- Vosaria: Lair of the Forgotten Ones (29th October on PS4)
- Spaceland (30th October on Switch)
- Delta Squad (30th October on PS4, Xbox One)
- Sky Gamblers: Storm Raiders 2 (31st October on Switch)
- Flan (31st October on Switch)
- The Big Journey (31st October on Switch)
- Agony (31st October on Switch)
- Haunted: Poppy’s Nightmare (31st October on PC)
- Castle Costume (31st October on PS4)
- Expanse (31st October on PC)
- Salting the Earth (31st October on PC, Linux)
- Cathedral (31st October on PC, Mac, Linux)
- Perseverance (1st November on Switch)
- The Mims Beginning (1st November on Switch)
- The Forbidden Arts (1st November on PS4)
- Spirit Roots (1st November on Switch)
- Raindancer (1st November on PC, Mac)
- Windmill Kings (1st November on Switch)
- Jalopy (1st November on Xbox One)
- Qubit’s Quest (1st November on PS4)
- Voyage of the Dead (1st November on PS4)
- Spirit of the North (1st November on PS4)
- Rift Racoon (1st November on PC)
- A Zone (1st November on PC)
If you want more spooky titles, have a look at the releases from last week! Also check out Rise of the Slime for some Early Access card combat.