Screenshot Saturday Mondays: cute frog fishing, handmade horrors and cryptic photography

Every weekend, indie developers showcase their current work on Twitter #screenshot Saturday keywords. And every Monday I give you a selection of these snaps and clips. Twitter is still alive, against all odds, so let’s admire more indie games. This week my eye was caught by a cute frog fishing scene, several handmade horrors, modular synths and cryptic photography. Come and look!

Good rumination in Far Far Down, a visual novel about daily life aboard a submarine in alt-history 2012:

The cutest little swamp in the paper board game Paper Trail (coming to Steam, with a demo there now):

I wish this immersive retro sim would have a name because I post it a lot so a name would be pretty handy. Along with this lovely cleanup clip, the developer also posted a longer game excerpt shows immsim stuff like climbing a stack of crates to reach a valve, but cleaning up the blood after a kill is a far more enticing snippet:

Sweet virtual modular synthesizer music production in Picosynth (out now on Itch):

Quite a bit of hoverbiking in this “yet to be named open world action adventure”:

A fun way for new areas to appear in factory building game Automation Station (coming to Steam):

A gruesome scene and development decision in metroidvania The Spirit Of The Samurai (coming to Steam). And to tell you, no, you don’t actually see the cat die in this current clip, although you definitely understand that it’s dead:

Speaking of terrible things with handcrafted styles, here’s something terrible from the turn-based horror game It’s Dark Inside (coming to Steam):

Season scenes in the open world detective game Shadows Of Doubt (coming to Steam):

Gunpoint-lookin’ pogo platformer in the yet-to-be-named next game from the creator of Stilt Fella:

I’m not quite sure what’s going on in the triangular real-time strategy game Triverse, but I’m curious:

Similarly, I don’t quite understand what’s going on in the VR-only JRPG Jarpug (in early access on Itch), but I like the look of it:

I really like the little guy crawling around barrels in cryptic photography game Project Anomaly: Urban Supernatural Investigator (coming to Steam and Itch.io, with a demo out now):

What else caught your eye this weekend, dear reader?

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