We all know and love Netflix and streaming services. What if we told you there’s something similar for games?
Introducing Utomik! It’s an unlimited play PC gaming subscription service with a weekly growing library. Apart from having just Triple-A games we love, they also have a plethora collection of Indie games as well.
Here are some of the best Indie Games in the library on Utomik
1) Pumpkin Jack
If you’re a fan of action, adventure and 3D gaming, then you should definitely check out Pumpkin Jack. It’s a Spooky Scary 3D platformer where players will get to control a Mythical Pumpkin Lord, Jack.
Dive into an Epic Adventure through otherworldly landscapes and help the Evil annihilate the Good!
The game features a colourful cartoon setting where players can travel through vivid and bright landscapes in its levels. Apart from that, the game features alluring atmospheres, each crafted with vibrant colour palettes and high-quality lighting effects.
With the challenging beasts lurking around, players need to master the art of combo attacks. This includes various mechanics like dodging, and timing to survive its dynamic real-time battles.
Unlock weapons, choose wisely and strike down those who oppose you.
Apart from battling monsters, players will get to solve puzzles that focus on physics, gravity, and reflection. Each level introduces new and exciting challenges. Playing alone too difficult for you? Find friends in the game to join you. Yes, it’s a single-player game but that doesn’t mean you can’t find in-game companions. They’ll follow you in your quest and help you with your battles. Some of the companions that’ll assist Jack includes a haughty hooty owl who’ll guide him and a crow that will assist with long-range attacks.
Check out the trailer for Pumpkin Jack here:
2) Human: Fall Flat
Five years ago, No Brakes Games introduced the world to a fun and witty game called Human: Fall Flat. A game that says “we hope you paid attention in science class”
It’s a puzzle platform game and adventure game that’s both fun and quirky with physics-based experience. There are over 30 million copies sold and there’s an updated level called Laboratory.
In fact, you can play this game on your own, or with 4 other friends. Check out the gameplay trailer here.
3) AER Memories of Old
I’m like a bird, I only fly away!
AER: Memories of Old is a fun open-world adventure game that let players transform into a bird. Yes, you’ve read it right, a bird. You can fly around the world and explore new places, experience a vibrant world of floating islands in the sky.
Not only that, you can venture down into the lost ancient ruins where each step leads you closer to the end of the world.
Features of the Game:
- Fly and explore by transforming into a bird at will
- A large open world of hidden secrets and new discoveries
- A pilgrimage of mysteries, puzzles and temples
- Strong focus on atmosphere and aesthetics with a vibrant minimalist art style
Check out Utomik’s 60 second review of the game here:
Possibly one of the best indie games we’ve played, Aragami is an action-adventure stealth video game. The objective is clear and based on stages.
The protagonist of this game is called Aragami, an assassin who possess supernatural abilities. One of his abilities that we think is super cool is teleportation between shadows. He faces an army that goes by the name of ‘Kaiho’. The Kaiho is formed by mystical warriors with the power to control the light.
The sequel or Aragami was released just a few months ago in September.
Check out the trailer here:
Blackguards is a 2014 turn-based tactical role-playing game. What’s fun about this game is that it’s based on the leading German pen and paper role-playing game The Dark Eye.
There are more than 180 unique battle maps and they’re ever-evolving which pose several different challenges as you progress through different stages. It includes 40-plus hours worth of exciting play time. Moreover, you can play with up to 5 characters in your party, either to glorious victory or a devastating defeat.
Pick your attacks wisely with a wide array of spells, skills and abilities. Think of how you want to play the game, whether you want to be aggressive, defensive or tactical. The choice is yours.
Check out the trailer here:
6) Blue Fire
Blue Fire is an action-adventure game where players get to embark on an extraordinary journey through the desolated kingdom of Penumbra. Players get to discover the hidden secrets of this long-forgotten land. Exploring mystical temples, encountering survivors and taking on strange quests to collect valuable items.
Players get to slash their way through menacing adversaries. Some of them are roaming across mysterious and abandoned regions. Leap through deadly traps and ultimately master the art of movement.
Check out the launch trailer for Blue Fire here:
7) El Hijo – A Wild West Tale
Next on the list of one of the best indie games you should play on Utomik is El Hijo – A Wild West Tale.
It’s an exciting Western stealth game. A 6-year-old boy on his quest to find his mother. As a six-year-old, “El Hijo” must always sneak past the dangers of his world.
The journey begins when a farmer and her son are attacked by bandits who raze their farm to the ground. The mother decides to leave the boy at a secluded monastery to protect him. However, the place doesn’t feel right and he plans his escape.
“El Hijo – A Wild West Tale” is a non-violent stealth game in which you rely on the mischievous, playfulness of a young child. Using the shadows to his advantage is the core element of the game, as “El Hijo” will often have to hide. Without needlessly adding new mechanics, the gameplay is extended naturally, as variations of existing mechanics are gradually introduced and then combined to increase the challenge. These twists on familiar mechanics are often a product of the varied, increasingly dangerous environments that “El Hijo” must traverse to reach his ultimate goal.
8) God Of Light: Remastered
God of Light: Remastered is a definitive version of the original award-winning game played by over 15 million people.
The Remastered edition features new HD graphics, tailored to light-physics controls and a remastered soundtrack by UNKLE.
Join cute game mascot, Shiny, on his way to saving the universe from the impending darkness. Play through a variety of exciting game worlds and dozens of levels with mind-blowing puzzles.
Your goal is to explore game levels, hunt for the game objects that reflect, split, combine, paint, bend and teleport rays of light energy to activate the Sources of Life and bring light back to the universe. This game delivers when it comes to the excellent gameplay experience.
Get ready for an amazing trip. Become God of Light! Watch the trailer here:
9) Grand Guilds
One of the more interesting games in the Utomik playlist is Grand Guilds.
It’s a story-driven, tactical RPG that combines with unique card combat mechanics. A turn-based strategy system where you and your comrades will journey the lands of Irin, a continent on the brink of another war while engaging in challenging tactical combat.
Each playable character has unique mechanics and abilities. When combined properly, it will make the difference between complete victory or excruciating defeat.
10) Call of The Sea
Call of the Sea is a first-person adventure puzzle game set in the 1930s. It tells the story of Norah, a woman on the trail of her missing husband’s expedition.
Explore a stunning tropical island, brimming with fantastic sights, lost ruins and occult mysteries.
Experience a charming character study of a woman on her quest to discover the truth of the disappearance of her husband and to find out who she really is.
Can’t decide which game you want to play? Well, why not play all of them at one price? Wit Utomik, you sure can.
Utomik offers a service where gamers can play their through their massive library and boot up games almost instantly. This technology circumvents long download time for games with larger file size, making gaming more accessible to everyone, especially those with lower internet bandwidth. Therefore, this partnership aims to bring the best of both worlds together. Through Utomik, SEAGM will be able to help make gaming more accessible via Utomik’s large game catalogue featuring over 1250 games. Additionally, the library constantly receives update as more titles are added.
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