6 New Indie Games To Check Out This Week

It’s the first week of 2016, hooray! Celebrate by checking out these 6 new indie games that have recently released. The games below are listed in no particular order.

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Pony Island

Pony Island

“Pony Island is a suspense puzzle game in disguise. You are in limbo, trapped in a malevolent and malfunctioning arcade machine devised by the devil himself. It is not a game about ponies.”

Available now, on Steam.


Princess Remedy in a World of Hurt

Princess Remedy World of Hurt

“Remedy, a recent graduate from the Saturnian healing school, must descend to Hurtland and use her powers to heal everyone from stray ducks to dark lords, and finally cure the ailing Prince Hingst. It’s a short, whimsical adventure with plenty of heart(s).”

Free to Play on Steam.


In the Garden

In The Garden

Sit back, relax. Take a break in an ever changing gardening story that takes place between flowers, trees and a lot of mud. Grow trees, see them through with watering and cross different breeds. Some trees grow just fine, some will rot. If you get the crossing right you will meet beautiful trees that will withstand almost any storm. There is no goal to be met, no highscore to be reached. This is just ‘In the Garden’

Free on


Geometry Dash Meltdown

Geometry Dash Meltdown

“Prepare for a new Geometry Dash adventure filled with more spikes and monsters than thought possible! Flex your clicky finger as you jump, fly and flip your way through dark caverns and spiky obstacles.”

Free for Android and iOS.


Kill the Plumber

Kill the Plumber

“Kill the Plumber is a challenging anti-platformer game. Play as the enemies instead of the hero for a unique new experience!”

$4.99 on Steam.


Anomaly 1729

Anomaly 1729

“Come explore the world of Phiohm, where up can be down, left can be right, and the way forward is never what it seems. Guide newly cognizant Ano on a journey of self-discovery by learning how to manipulate this ever-changing world.”

$14.99 on Steam.


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