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This game tests the limits of cuteness with its round animals

A bear standing in front of a hut in the sky of Puff Pals Island

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Oh, to be a giant spherical frog immersed in a pool of crystal. I’ll never learn this joy firsthand, but at least Puff Pals: Island Skies It can transport me to this world. In this cute game, you can discover animals like a giant rock-sized frog and make friends with them.

There’s huge amphibians and more at Cool WIP, with eye-catching weekly clips and screenshots of Polygon’s work in progress. Every week, the Polygon team scours the internet for the coolest games still in the works to give you a sampling of the coolest and most promising projects.

This week we have a stealth game with a raccoon, a bridge builder with sea creatures, a cute trading sim, and lots of wriggling crawlers.

These animals look like Squishmallow

Developer Fluffnest released a clip of the dream farming and exploration game Puff Pals: Island Skies. The creatures are very cute and resemble the popular Squishmallow plush toys with their round, plump designs. Previous trailers showed farming and exploring its brilliant world, but new clip shown A friend you might meet while exploring: a giant frog that just vibrates. friends puffs It’s currently in development, and you can check out everything that’s planned on the game’s Kickstarter page.

Just a wandering trash panda

Christian Sparks is a digital artist and game developer. mint. Sparks posted a small scene showing a raccoon, affectionately known as a “trash panda”, walking down the street. On a developer blog, Sparks says it’s part of an ongoing side project, a stealth and exploration game where you play as a creature. The animation is absolutely stunning and shows the raccoon running along the street. You can do Follow Spark’s work on Twitter.

Fight as amazingly crafted sea creatures

Astrea: six-faced oracles It combines dice and bridge building mechanics with a roguelike. Created by Little Leo Games, the game features warriors inspired by ocean creatures like squid, nudibranch, crab and more. The character designs are excellent, so if you’re an ocean nerd or love building bridges, be sure to check it out. A clip from the developer shows a giant hammerhead shark with an ax facing off against a mysterious capped squid. You can find more information about the game on the Steam page.

From now on, I’m just traveling in a giant shark-shaped weather balloon.

city ​​search is a trading simulation in which you travel around a map to trade and discover new cities. The art style developed by Whales and Games makes the whole game look like a cute coloring book. From its appearance, you can even change the weather balloon you use to travel; however, I’m against the shark-shaped one. You can follow updates at developer’s Twitter account.

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It’s been a big few weeks for procedurally generated creatures. Last week we saw a game that procedurally merges monsters. And this week, there’s a procedurally animated caterpillar. A developer clip It showed the creature named Joe waving upwards around tree branches. Joe’s page is full of other scary monsters, so check out his Twitter page. more of your work.


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This game tests the limits of cuteness with its round animals

Image: Fluffnest
Oh, to be a giant spherical frog soaking in a pool of crystalline water. I will never know that joy firsthand, but at least games like Puff Pals: Island Skies can transport me into that world. In this adorable game, you can explore and make friends with animals, like a giant frog the size of a boulder.
We have enormous amphibians and more in Cool WIP, Polygon’s weekly roundup of eye-catching clips and screenshots of works in progress. Each week, the Polygon staff scours the internet for the most interesting games still under construction to give you a sampler of the coolest up-and-coming projects.
This week we have a stealth game featuring a raccoon, a deck builder with sea creatures, an adorable trading sim, and one very wiggly caterpillar.
These animals look like Squishmallows

A good morning shower for Bean ✨ Getting so close to Multiplayer!! #PuffPalsIslandSkies #indiegame pic.twitter.com/m85e0rJ33V
— FLUFFNEST! (@fluffnest) April 18, 2022

Developer Fluffnest posted a clip from its dreamlike farming and exploration game Puff Pals: Island Skies. The creatures are downright adorable and look like the popular stuffed toys Squishmallows with their round and plump design. Previous trailers showed off farming and exploring its glowing world, but a new clip showed a friend you might encounter while exploring: a giant frog that’s just vibing. Puff Pals is currently in development, and you can check out everything planned on the game’s Kickstarter page.

Just a roaming trash panda

https://t.co/7U3GKFqPop#indiedev #gamedev pic.twitter.com/YoUB3YuFlQ
— Christian Sparks (@hippowombat) May 2, 2022

Christian Sparks is a digital artist and game developer making a game called Snaccoon. Sparks posted a little scene showing a raccoon, lovingly called a “trash panda,” walking through a street. In a developer’s blog, Sparks says that it’s part of an ongoing side project that’s a stealth and exploration game where you play as the critter. The animation looks absolutely adorable and shows the raccoon trotting along the street. You can follow Spark’s work on Twitter.

Fight it out as stunningly designed sea creatures

Hey #screenshotsaturdayDid you know that Astrea Alpha is currently on G. Round available for playtesting? Come play it and give your opinion to help us improve the game!https://t.co/ddi48woFOg#IndieGameDev #gamedevelopment #Game #indiedev pic.twitter.com/PNK4esxZFw
— Astrea: Six-Sided Oracles (@PlayAstrea) April 30, 2022

Astrea: Six-Sided Oracles fuses dice and deck-building mechanics with a roguelike. The game, created by Little Leo Games, features fighters inspired by ocean critters like squids, nudibranchs, crabs, and more. The character designs are stellar, so if you’re an ocean nerd or into deck-building, be sure to check it out. A clip from the developer shows a giant, ax-wielding hammerhead shark facing a mysterious, cloaked squid. You can find more information on the game on its Steam page.

I’m only traveling by a giant air blimp shaped like a shark from now on

Look at her go! The Queen Bee is a natural dancer! #screenshotsaturday • #gamedev • #madewithunity pic.twitter.com/TBVgXV0mdl
— Whales And Games Wishlist Townseek! (@WhalesAndGames) November 7, 2021

Townseek is a trading sim where you travel around a map to trade with and discover new towns. Developed by Whales and Games, its art style makes the entire game look like an adorable coloring book. From the looks of it, you can even change which air blimp you use to travel around; however, I’m partial to the shark-shaped one. You can catch updates on the developer’s Twitter account.
Wiggle wiggle wiggle wiggle wiggle, yeah

behold, a procedurally animated caterpillar comrade smooth climbing and exploring at any angle on any surface, while being cute and wriggly as hecc #gamedev | #indiegames | #madewithunity | #gaming | #indiedev pic.twitter.com/yH396w6VMo
— joe (@DevFatigued) May 2, 2022

It’s been a big couple of weeks for procedurally created creatures. Last week, we saw a game that procedurally fused monsters together. And this week, we have a procedurally animated caterpillar. A clip from a developer named Joe showed the critter wiggling its way up and around tree branches. Joe’s page is full of other creepy-crawlies, so check out his Twitter page for more of his work.

#game #tests #limits #cuteness #animals

This game tests the limits of cuteness with its round animals

Image: Fluffnest
Oh, to be a giant spherical frog soaking in a pool of crystalline water. I will never know that joy firsthand, but at least games like Puff Pals: Island Skies can transport me into that world. In this adorable game, you can explore and make friends with animals, like a giant frog the size of a boulder.
We have enormous amphibians and more in Cool WIP, Polygon’s weekly roundup of eye-catching clips and screenshots of works in progress. Each week, the Polygon staff scours the internet for the most interesting games still under construction to give you a sampler of the coolest up-and-coming projects.
This week we have a stealth game featuring a raccoon, a deck builder with sea creatures, an adorable trading sim, and one very wiggly caterpillar.
These animals look like Squishmallows

A good morning shower for Bean ✨ Getting so close to Multiplayer!! #PuffPalsIslandSkies #indiegame pic.twitter.com/m85e0rJ33V
— FLUFFNEST! (@fluffnest) April 18, 2022

Developer Fluffnest posted a clip from its dreamlike farming and exploration game Puff Pals: Island Skies. The creatures are downright adorable and look like the popular stuffed toys Squishmallows with their round and plump design. Previous trailers showed off farming and exploring its glowing world, but a new clip showed a friend you might encounter while exploring: a giant frog that’s just vibing. Puff Pals is currently in development, and you can check out everything planned on the game’s Kickstarter page.

Just a roaming trash panda

https://t.co/7U3GKFqPop#indiedev #gamedev pic.twitter.com/YoUB3YuFlQ
— Christian Sparks (@hippowombat) May 2, 2022

Christian Sparks is a digital artist and game developer making a game called Snaccoon. Sparks posted a little scene showing a raccoon, lovingly called a “trash panda,” walking through a street. In a developer’s blog, Sparks says that it’s part of an ongoing side project that’s a stealth and exploration game where you play as the critter. The animation looks absolutely adorable and shows the raccoon trotting along the street. You can follow Spark’s work on Twitter.

Fight it out as stunningly designed sea creatures

Hey #screenshotsaturdayDid you know that Astrea Alpha is currently on G. Round available for playtesting? Come play it and give your opinion to help us improve the game!https://t.co/ddi48woFOg#IndieGameDev #gamedevelopment #Game #indiedev pic.twitter.com/PNK4esxZFw
— Astrea: Six-Sided Oracles (@PlayAstrea) April 30, 2022

Astrea: Six-Sided Oracles fuses dice and deck-building mechanics with a roguelike. The game, created by Little Leo Games, features fighters inspired by ocean critters like squids, nudibranchs, crabs, and more. The character designs are stellar, so if you’re an ocean nerd or into deck-building, be sure to check it out. A clip from the developer shows a giant, ax-wielding hammerhead shark facing a mysterious, cloaked squid. You can find more information on the game on its Steam page.

I’m only traveling by a giant air blimp shaped like a shark from now on

Look at her go! The Queen Bee is a natural dancer! #screenshotsaturday • #gamedev • #madewithunity pic.twitter.com/TBVgXV0mdl
— Whales And Games Wishlist Townseek! (@WhalesAndGames) November 7, 2021

Townseek is a trading sim where you travel around a map to trade with and discover new towns. Developed by Whales and Games, its art style makes the entire game look like an adorable coloring book. From the looks of it, you can even change which air blimp you use to travel around; however, I’m partial to the shark-shaped one. You can catch updates on the developer’s Twitter account.
Wiggle wiggle wiggle wiggle wiggle, yeah

behold, a procedurally animated caterpillar comrade smooth climbing and exploring at any angle on any surface, while being cute and wriggly as hecc #gamedev | #indiegames | #madewithunity | #gaming | #indiedev pic.twitter.com/yH396w6VMo
— joe (@DevFatigued) May 2, 2022

It’s been a big couple of weeks for procedurally created creatures. Last week, we saw a game that procedurally fused monsters together. And this week, we have a procedurally animated caterpillar. A clip from a developer named Joe showed the critter wiggling its way up and around tree branches. Joe’s page is full of other creepy-crawlies, so check out his Twitter page for more of his work.

#game #tests #limits #cuteness #animals


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