All 7 exciting game reveals from the PlayStation Indies showcase

Indie fans have a great year ahead on PlayStation.

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Here are all 7 game reveals from the PlayStation Indies showcase

Sabotage Studio

7. Sea of Stars

The creator of The Messenger makes turn-based combat feel fresh.

Sabotage Studio

Sabotage Studio

Outside of combat, your party can climb, swim, and jump through gorgeous pixel-art environments. Sea of Stars is an epic RPG story with tons of side activities like fishing, coming in 2023.

Sabotage Studio

6. SCHiM

SCHiM puts a clever twist on classic platforming.

Ewoud van der Werf

SCHiM is back again after turning heads at Day of the Devs 2022. You play as a shadow spirit finding your way home to the person whose shadow you live in.

Ewoud van der Werf

Ewoud van der Werf

5. Cult of the Lamb

Cute and evil: just my type.

Massive Monster

Massive Monster

Massive Monster

4. Signalis

Signalis introduces a new world of retro-futuristic horror.

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You’ll solve puzzles based on real-world logic while exploring deeply unnerving environments and uncovering your own shadowy past.

3. The Tomorrow Children: Phoenix Edition

The Tomorrow Children rises from the ashes of its premature shutdown.

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The Tomorrow Children was a short-lived online town-building game with a small but devoted fanbase. The Phoenix Edition adds a single-player mode to ensure it won’t be shut down again.

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2. Cursed to Golf

Imagine golf, but fun.

Chuhai Labs

Chuhai Labs

Chuhai Labs

Launching August 18, it features tons of offbeat obstacles, power-ups, and challenges even more hellish than playing regular golf.

1. Inscryption

One of 2021’s best games takes a victory lap on PlayStation.

Daniel Mullins

Daniel Mullins

The upcoming port adds new features tied to the PlayStation controller, like haptic and audio feedback. There’s no word on its release date yet.

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