Top Tuesday: Indie Games I’m Looking Forward To

Rachel Mii | DoubleJump.comHappy Tuesday!

I’ve been playing through a lot of older games lately, but I’ve been keeping up with the news and Twitter and have noticed a few indie games that are coming out that really piqued my interest!

Indie Games I'm looking forward to | Video games | Gaming |

1. Switch or Die Trying by Threye

This is a platformer game that looks extremely hard. The main point is that you’re going to die a lot, but you should get back up and keep trying. You play as “I” and have lost all your friends, the other 25 letters of the alphabet. Your mission begins to find them all through 75 levels. It’s available on Steam and recently just came out for Xbox One.

2. The Cold Case of Noella Bejerot by RockTheClock

This is a visual novel mystery detective game. You play as a rookie “detective” who is afraid of the sight of blood. You solve crimes trying not to faint adding a little more stakes to each investigation. Kris and I played the Demo, which is available now on and the full version of the game will be released on April 21, 2018. I’m looking forward to it.

3. Glitched by EnHouseStudios

A choice-based RPG, Glitched is a game where the main character is aware of you, the player. They’re aware of the video game and you two work together to help figure out how his world has glitched. It seems like a fun, twisty, mystery! The demo is available on now and the full version will be released this fall.

Have you heard of any of these games? Do they sound interesting to you? Let me know in the comments below and if you liked this post, please share it around!

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4 thoughts on “Top Tuesday: Indie Games I’m Looking Forward To

  1. I had heard about Switch or Die Trying. It sounds pretty cool but I’m so backed up that I don’t know if it will be one I get to… I haven’t even gotten to Celeste yet.


    • I haven’t gotten into Celeste either. I’ve seen people play through it and it’s definitely something I want to try. But yeah, the backlog certainly is real.


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