March is coming to a close and spring time is in the air with games slated for April gearing up for launch day. While April isn’t bursting at the seams with AAA titles there are still some heavy hitters with Mortal Kombat 11 and Days Gone releasing. You are not here for those game though. Let’s take a look at some Indie titles coming in the Month of April.
Developer: Grapple Hook Games
Release date: April 4th, 2019 (PS4)
Skorecery is an intense multiplayer game that plays like a wild version of Pong. The tight battle has players trying to destroy the Rune’s of another player. Here you can run, jump and flip the gravity to sway the battle in your favor. With up to 4 players Skorecery is ready to give you and your friends a thrilling good time.
-A Competitive game
-Local couch multiplayer
-Fast paced gameplay
-Audio that will dynamically adjust to match intensity
-Different spells, modes, and curses
Developer: Three Fields Entertainment
Release date: April 9th, 2019 (PC, Xbox One, PS4)
This aggressive action packed racing game is going to put you to the test with crazy high speeds and smashing races. Takedown the competition to earn boosts in a game that was made in the spirit of the classics. The game will feature 9 different game modes in 7 North American National Parks. There are 27 vehicles in the game with six car classes. Dangerous Driving is all about seeing how you handle the intense speeds of real racing.
-Race offline against AI
-Takedown opponents in races, face-offs and GPs
-Score Takedowns to earn medals in Road rage
-Switch on the sirens and apprehend wanted suspects in Pursuit mode
-69 single player events in a fully featured offline progression
-Authorize your premium Spotify account in the Audio menu and control the music
-Month 1 DLC will include Race online
Developer: FatBot Games
Ported to PS4 by Cypronia
Release date: April 10th, 2019 (Switch, Xbox One, PS4)
A grid-based dungeon crawler RPG in a steampunk setting that is inspired by the old school classics of the genre. The game is very mysterious as is your character and his identity. You must find out what happened and who you really are. Explore areas as you progress your character and solve puzzles that will test your wit. The enemies are equipped with a set of strengths and weaknesses that you will need to exploit in order to defeat them.
-First person real-time combat
-Puzzles and level-wide objectives
-Gadget-based RPG system
-Exploration, loot, and character customization
-Fully voiced main characters
-Immersive steampunk setting
My Time at Portia
Release date: April 16th, 2019 (Switch, Xbox One, PS4)
The RPG My Time at Portia is set in a post-apocalypse where humans are scarce and the relics of the past are everywhere. The game appears to be centered on gathering relics in order to build the best workshop. So essentially a gathering and building game. It will be interesting to see how much crafting is involved in the game and what all new additions will come with later updates. The game looks cute as hell and the buzz from the PC folks is that it really is a fun experience.
Developer: One More Level
Release Date: April 18th, 2019 (PC, Xbox One, PS4)
Here we go! I have always enjoyed the Angel and Demon take whether it be in movies or video games. God’s Trigger certainly doesn’t disappoint as we see Judy (Demon) and Harry (Angel) team up in order to stop the apocalypse. Whether you decide to go it alone in solo play or buddy up in co-op nothing will stop the bullets and action from flying in this crazy adrenaline filled game. Use skills and deadly powers to destroy everything in your path. Upgrade and customize in order to become a deadly weapon of destruction. This is a must play for fans that enjoy being able to demolish their surroundings in a brutal fashion.
Thanks for reading and hopefully these games become Indie hits after release. If you have an Indie game you’re excited for that isn’t on the list let us know in the comments below.