Promising Indie Game Releases – November 2022 – Witches, robots and plenty of time manipulation

Gare – Wednesday, November 2, 2022 8:19 PM
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Welcome to GTOGG’s November 2022 edition of Promising Indie Game Releases, where we highlight indie and non-mainstream titles that we believe deserve your attention – in other words, “look at all this potentially cool stuff you might’ve missed otherwise”. That would’ve been too long for a title, though.

In any case, let’s get right down to it.

Ghost Song

Taking place on the moon Lorian V, Ghost Song will have players assume the role of a lone “Deadsuit” who awakens from slumber with no memories of the past… as well as a desire to reclaiming the truth. Explore the colorful yet melancholic surface before diving into the dark, murky depths of the earth, fighting strange creatures and discovering the unusual inhabitants that dwell in the shadows of this alien world, all the while utilizing a variety of weapons and suit upgrades to help you along the way.

The Knight Witch

An action-packed metroidvania with no limits, The Knight Witch will let you blast your way through enemies and obstacles alike as you attempt to save your homeland from a War Golem invasion. Use your arsenal of card-based spells as you tackle foes both small and large, but remember: the power of a Knight Witch depends on the level of gratitude and trust they can nurture with the populace. This can be earned in honest and… not-so-honest ways, and it’s up to you to decide which path to take. Look, we’re not judging.

The Chant

Set on a remote island retreat, The Chant places you in the shoes of protagonist Jess as she tries to reverse a supernatural ritual that’s gone very, very wrong – by which I mean it somehow unleashed cosmic terrors upon the world. As everyone and everything succumbs to madness, players will have to fight, craft items and manage their resources cleverly if they are to survive the psychedelic nightmare unfolding around them.

ZERO Sievert

ZERO Sievert starts off with a familiar gaming premise – the world has come to an end, and it’s now your job to try and survive in the post-apocalyptic wasteland that’s been left behind. Brought to life with retro-style pixel art, the game’s procedurally generated world will be a harsh mistress indeed, giving you no choice but to desperately scavenge for supplies as you fight both bandits and the mutated wildlife.

The Entropy Centre

The Entropy Centre is a first-person puzzle-adventure with a fairly grim premise: an extinction-level event has wiped out everyone on Earth, and you’re the only one left. Apparently, mankind’s only hope is at the core of a space station called the Entropy Centre, so that’s where you’re headed – accompanying you will be ASTRA, a handheld device capable of rewinding objects through time. She’s also how you’ll solve many of the game’s complex puzzles, so get used to the thought of bending time itself to get ahead.


Need some more time manipulation in your life? Don’t worry, Oakenfold’s got you covered. Set in a world ravaged by alien creatures, it’s your job to gather all your cargo and find a way off the planet in one piece. Players will have to engage the alien Biocide threat in turn-based combat, figuring out the best strategy to take them out while keeping their cargo safe – but don’t worry about making mistakes, your trusty “TimeScrubber” will let you rewind time so you can try again.

And that’s our list for now! Did you discover a new indie game to look forward to? Well, we hope you did. In any case, don’t forget to check back in about a month for our next episode, where we’ll be taking a look at the indie games of December 2022!

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