Tag: look back

A look back at Screenshot Daily in 2014.

Well, it was a really short year for the blog, but I thought there was some really cool stuff that people may have missed when it first launched.  So here’s a showcase of some of my favourites, and some of the highest note favourites too, with links to the original post (click on game name). :)

 

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Northern Shadow by Arda Güneş & Taner Tezel – A first person city building RPG with lovely environments.  This image was voted as GameDev.net’s twitter image of the day.

 

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VA-11 HALL-A by Sukeban Games – a quirky visual novel-esque bartending game.  I really fell in love with the concept art, and the peculiar characters.

 

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Vektor Prix by David Joslin – a fast paced top down combat racing game.  I can’t say I’ve ever tired of looking at gifs of this.  It’s also now on Greenlight, vote if you like!

 

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CrossCode by Radical Fish Games – a SNES styled action RPG.  I think my attraction to anime style visuals is starting to show through. >.<  No more!

 

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Chester United by Brilliant Blue-G – a sequel to Chester, where changing the art style changes the gameplay.  Perfectly looping gifs are my kryptonite.

 

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Guild of Dungeoneering by Gambrinous – instead of exploring a dungeon as an explorer, build a dungeon around your explorer and try to help him survive.

 

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Relativity by Willy Chyr – an Escher-like puzzle game where up can be down, but it always looks good.  This image was also voted as GameDev.net’s image of the day.

 

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Twin Souls: The Path of Shadows by Lince Works – a 3D stealth game where you are a spirit of vengeance with power over the shadows.  You think darkness is your ally?  

 

Thanks to all the people making awesome games for me to post about, as well as everyone who has liked or reblogged.  You guys are awesome and keep me motivated.  If you have any suggestions for me to improve things for the next year or if want to yell at me, feel free to message me here, email me (top right button on website), or tweet @screenshotdaily.  Happy New Year!