GDC 2023: the best indie games
The Game Developers Conference is one of the highlights of the year for the gaming industry. Every year, game developers and enthusiasts from all over the world flock to San Francisco to attend the conference and learn about the latest and greatest in game development.
This year’s GDC was no different, with plenty of exciting announcements and new games to get excited about. Here are some of the best indie games that were on display at this year’s GDC.
Ikenfell is a turn-based RPG being developed by Happy Ray Games. The game is set in a magical school for witches and wizards, and features an impressive cast of playable characters. Ikenfell looks like it’ll be a delightful romp filled with humor and heart, and we can’t wait to get our hands on it.
2. Project Withered
Project Withered is a horror game being developed by Void Walker Games. The game is set in a dark and atmospheric world, and task players with surviving the night while being hunted by terrifying creatures. Project Withered looks like it’ll be a truly nightmarish experience, and we can’t wait to see more of it.
3. Land of Destiny
Land of Destiny is a strategy game being developed by Wulven Game Studios. The game tasks players with building a prosperous civilization in a hostile land. Land of Destiny looks like it’ll be a challenging and rewarding game, and we’re excited to see more of it.
Forager is a sandbox game being developed by HopFrog. The game is set in a charming and colorful world, and task players with gathering resources, crafting, and exploring. Forager looks like it’ll be a relaxing and enjoyable experience, and we’re looking forward to spending some time in its world.
5. Unto The End
Unto The End is a platforming game being developed by 2 Ton Studios. The game is set in a brutally challenging world, and task players with reaching the end of a treacherous journey. Unto The End looks like it’ll be a demanding and intense game, and we’re eager to see more of it.
These are just a few of the great indie games that were on display at this year’s GDC. We can’t wait to see more of them, and we’re excited for the future of indie game development.