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Stadia gaining access to a new set of indy gems

Today, Google unveiled a set of 10 new games that will arrive at Stadia in the near future. These games have an indy range, from pixel-centered adventures to masterfully crafted mysterious adventures. Perhaps the most expansive of them is the game Skyclimbers, from the developers of Paratope.

Below, you’ll see a trailer for Skyclimbers. This is an open-world action RPG that includes monsters, kingdom building, exploration on an individual basis, team action and a series of mafia-related activities. This game should also sound like a Diablo bell, with five exclusive classes available to choose from, complete with skill trees.

Then, you will see Death Carnival, another game that, like Skyclimbers, will arrive at Stadia “soon”. This game is a little scarier than the previous one. The Carnival of Death is not for all ages.

If you are looking for the most mind-boggling of games, look for She Dreams Elsewhere. This game was developed by Studio Zevere and Whitethorn Games, and will also be released “soon”. She Dreams Elsewhere is “about dreams and the extent to which they reflect reality”.

The GRIME game is about destroying, absorbing and growing. It is like Katamari Damacy, if this game were much more of a nightmare. GRIME is likely to be more crude than other games of this type.

The game Hundred Days is a winemaking simulator. You will manage a “small and abandoned winery” in a game with an extremely simple aesthetic and extremely pleasing to the eye. This game will be released on May 13, 2021 at Stadia.

Other games coming to Stadia soon include the following: “The Darkside Detective: A Fumble in the Dark”, which will be released on April 15, 2021, Foreclosed, set for the summer of 2021, and Figment 2: Creed Valley, set for fall 2021. There is a game called Merek’s Market coming “soon”, and a game by Jay and Silent Bob coming “soon” as well.

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