Top 10 NEW Indie Games of September 2019

September’s here already and with it
begins the busiest time of the year for new game releases I folks today on get
indie gaming were looking over the top 10 new indie games coming out this
September 2019 coming in at number 10 and out on PC and early access on
September 24th no eater is a particle physics driven platforming roguelike it
sees you play as an apprentice mage where you explore deep into sinister
Minds and do battle against all manner of Horrors along the way what sets this
one apart from your – attorney rogue lights is the art style and overall look
and feel with the incredible fluid and gas physics mechanics at play here
associated with the range of spells your mage is able to cast you’re also able to
combine your spells with environmental elements around the map which is also
fully destructible this means there’s no rail like route for you to move from
beginning to end of each level no eater has been in development for the best
part of 5 years and while out in early access the creator’s knowledge games are
saying they expect a full launch next year no eater with its intriguing
gameplay and imagery is one I’m gonna buy into sooner rather than later at
number 9 River City girls is the continuation of the River City series
although the typical roles and rescue dynamics have been burst here it’s the
girls taking the good news to the hoodlums standing in their way of
setting free their kidnap boyfriends in keeping with the River City playbook it
seems nearly everything you can find within the game world is yours to use as
a weapon against the folks getting in your way has clearly unexpected not here
– the previous games of the series although the retro style graphics whilst
harking back to those on the nes are finally animated River City girls lands
on September 5th on the PC PlayStation 4 and the Xbox one with a physical
addition plan to come out via limited run games later in the year at number eight and coming to the BC and
iOS September 5th widowers sky offers a mix of puzzle action and platforming and
tells the story of a family having crash-landed on a foreign planet with
the mother having died in the initial impact you play as the father and it’s
up to you to look after your son and dog and find a way for you to return safely
home firstly I’m really taken with the visuals particularly the use of the
distant camera perspective this highlights the relative smallness of our
protagonists versus the wider environment it reminds me of the
technique used in below from earlier in the year although there’s so much more
going on here with the vibrancy of the landscapes and vistas compared to
Bulow’s murky dungeon environment with these visuals together with an engaging
soundtrack widower son looks already to be a wonderful immersive experience and
something that’s quite different to the norms nearly five or so years in the making
this month’s number seven Overland is a distinctive looking turn-based tactics
game from Finn G that comes out on September 19th with it driving onto the
PC and all of this generations consoles on the same day I played a number of
demo builds of this over the years with the most recent being a few weeks ago at
Gamescom which left me suitably impressed Overland sees you begin with a
single individual what I’ve always assumed as their pet dog and a
broken-down car you’re tasked with navigating your way and surviving a trip
across the post-apocalyptic bug infested North America from the east to the west
coast going through grasslands over mountains and surviving great deserts as
could be expected you’ll need to manage the scarce resources as you go on your
journey while collecting other survivors which adds a squad element to the game
each game starts with a randomly generated lead character and car with it
also featuring perma death so should you fail to make it all the way over to the
West your beginning back again where you started visually this is a real triumph
from the background to the characters which I found it easy to empathize with
their predicament and the hard choices and sacrifices they need to make to
survive nicely done Finn G it’s wonderful to see Overland out there in
the wild coming in at number six and published by
Harlem based iceberg Interactive the sojourn is a first-person puzzler that
self-evidently steeped in the concepts and stylings of such atmospheric games
as Myst rhyme and the witness and of course that’s no bad thing
while the narrative unfolds as you play the sojourn tells a story in which you
the character inhibit a pure and beautiful world that’s under threat from
a darkness and accompanying evil in another nod to one of the all-time
classics playing this one puts me in mind of portal with you traversing from
one objective or goal to the other although you would be wrong to consider
this a walking simulator with the puzzles being key to the overall
experience to describe much of the mechanics would deprive you much of the
mystery so I’ll only say you skirt between two parallel existences one in
the light the other in the dark with much of the puzzling based on the
location of statues that are key to each riddles solution with over ten hours of
play time and four distinct areas each with their own puzzle styles and
changing rules there’s plenty here to keep puzzle fans happy for the sojourns
duration and beyond this is your launches on September 20th on PC
PlayStation 4 and the Xbox one at number 5 which of course is halfway through the
countdown we have creature in the well from flight school studio it’s best
described in terms of being a top-down hack and slash dungeon crawler with
pinball inspired mechanics I’ve always loved playing pinball and
the concept of mixing this up with dungeon crawling elements feels inspired
the story has you players both see the last of a group of robot workers with
you restoring power to the rooms you play by doing battle with pinball based
puzzles featuring all the usual pinball artifacts and more besides along the way
you collect currency enabling you to open more and more doors with some of
the more difficult and reflex challenging puzzles giving you access to
secret routes which offer new weapons and upgrades to your characters
abilities while yes it’s hard much to love about it and it looks so
very pretty with the soundtrack and effects perfectly fitting the
environment when you think of family what comes to mind first a story of hope
of love of despair of how father’s pave paths for their
young ones at number four and just missing a place on the podium children
of mortar drop September 3rd you might remember this game was announced all the
way back in 2014 and successfully kick-started late the year after with it
bringing in just over a hundred thousand US dollars having spent time with it at
various events over the last year and the limited pre-release demo I’m happy
and excited to finally get to grips with this in a few days after the video airs
children of mortar is a roguelike action game featuring a family called the
Bergson’s they’ve served as guardians of a sacred and mythical montt mortar for
many generations as for the gameplay you have primary and secondary attacks were
also being able to use dodging and defense movements each family member is
best thought of being a different character class and you’re also able to
customize an upgrade individuals and the whole family at the same time while
we’ve seen many of these type of games before I’m a big big fan of the pixel
art at play here together with the audio work which feels perfectly in keeping
with the overall world we have to play in children of mortar launches in a few
days time this coming September 4th at number 3 and given it’s only coming out
this month in early access a choice that might prove controversial
here we have atomic crops described by many as a stardew valley game but with
guns it’s a farming sim with rogue elements where you combine growing and
looking after plants and crops but also spending time blasting away hordes of
mutated creatures the backstory to all this comes by way of you being the last
farmer in a wasteland hosts end of days event where the rabbits and slugs and
snails are now all super-powered so you better believe you’re going to need to
be somewhat handy with a variety of weapons I got to play this recently at
EGX rezzed in London and while I found the gameplay tough having spoken with
the team looking after the booth in getting some instructions for things I
should be looking out for this became one of the hits of the show while it
merges play styles at a Familia the farming simin the suitor
it’s a mash-up of something so dissimilar that really shouldn’t work
and yet it really really does the upgrade mechanics are finally paced and
the ability to call in and recruit other farmyard pals to automate the farming is
a nice and really cute touch and as the devs say themselves this one is
something pretty nifty to anyone prepared to shoot first and harvest
vegetables later guild repentance morning and every pain of the soul of
all kind were visibly untouchable manifested everywhere and in all of us
at number two and yet another game successfully funded by way of a
Kickstarter campaign from 2017 while the team had a goal of a crisp 50,000 US
dollars the campaign ended having brought in just over three hundred and
thirty three thousand this made it one of the most successful Kickstarter
campaigns versus initial aims over the past couple of years with blasphemous
there’s no denying to my eye at least the artistry at work here within the
pixel art and the accompanying soundtrack yes is also hyper grisly and
ultra violent and certainly uses themes and motifs some people will find in
somewhat delightful understatement a little bit over the top as for the
gameplay will you play as the penitent one and you’re caught within a cycle of
death and rebirth with the combat focusing on delivering devastating
combos and execution-style killings against enemies and bosses as can be
expected you’re able to find and use upgrades known as relics rosemary beads
and prayers which harness the power of the heavens to boost your powers and aid
you in breaking your eternal dam nation blasphemous comes out September
10th on PC and all of this generations consoles and at this month’s number one
and out on the 20th untitled goose game from house house has been a firm
favorite at the numerous trade in public gaming events for the past couple of
years here you play as the titular goose in what’s really a cute looking stealth
game with slapstick elements having been let loose within what seems to be a
sleepy British village setting with a sandbox backdrop in multiple areas with
differing challenges whereby you’re really out to annoy as many villages as
possible I just love how cheeky and light-hearted all of this looks and if
that honking noise and strutting waddle doesn’t cause you to grin then honestly
what’s wrong with you untitled goose game will launch onto the
PC and the Nintendo switch and there we go that just about a wrap for my top
indie games coming out this September be sure to press that like button and
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soon for another video



    River City Girls, Creature in the Well, Children of Mortia, Blasphemous, Overland, this is month is packed full with both Indies and AAA games, what a month!

  • dacolib

    Holy crap! I think I've never been more exited with a list of yours. Every game here looks awesome. The only one I think I wont buy is Blasphemous, but even that might change.

    Noita seems like a great Idea that could lose its novelty fast, but I trust the team behind baba is you.
    River city girls ave an amazing aesthetic, reminding me of that old Scott Pilgrim game, which Im all in for.
    Widowers sky is news to me, but the I really love the visuals and seems like the type of game you can really enjoy if you give yourself to it.
    I love the small scale of each stage in Overland. It makes it a lot more puzzly, kind of like what Into the Breach did.
    The Sojourn tingles the same bone Widowers Sky does, but it seems it will be more puzzle based, which im all in for.
    Creature in the well lis trying something quite different, I looks quite cool while doing it, kid of like Yokus Island Express. From the looks of the trailer it seem like it will be a fun time.
    Children of Mortia has a great somber atmosphere, and I really hope it has the story to match.
    Atomicrops might be one of those games you only play a little before you get tired of it, but damn does it look all kinds of fun.
    Blasphemous looks incredilble and even seems to be a lot of fun, but the gore really puts me off. Maybe Ill get over it.
    Untitled Goose game is simply astounding. Im excited to see the kinds of situations they put you in. The whole thing reminds me a bit of donut county, which is a great thing.

    wow, I guess my exitement shows in the length of that comment huh. haha, great video as always, man! Really builds up the hype! Cant wait to experience them all!

  • Chumbosaurio koset

    Creatures in the well also in Xbox one

  • SnowTV

    Just sad to see how many indie goes Epic exclusive.

  • Yohann Junique

    such an amazing month for indies ! you can add to that huge list Crying Suns & Flotsam and you get a juicy September indeed

  • mg96

    I liked everything you just showed

  • Rodrigo Galdeano

    So many great games coming out! I'll be getting Goose and Noita day one, and keep Blasphemous, Atomicrops and Creature in my wishlist for when I clear some more of my library

  • Marcos Silva

    Not seeing Minoria in the previous videos is really a pity… =/

  • Brandon Roots

    Are you kidding me, the goose game didnt come out for ps4….*flips table*

  • O'Donnchadha

    Children of Morta looks great

  • Hamza Baig

    Blasphemous is everything a fromsoftware fan like me wants!!

  • Adam Kallin

    Green Hell

  • SonicMania999

    A month full of great indie games for us console gamers who never joined the master race. Will definitely be getting River City Girls, The Sojourn, Creature in the Well (on XB1 Game Pass), Children of Morta (delayed to Oct on consoles in NA), Blasphemous & Untitled Goose Game.
    Also have to find money for other games releasing this month on Switch (Daemon X Machina, LInk's Awakening remake, new Gunvolt game, Jet Kave Adventure) and PS4 (Code Vein), plus a couple of import PS4 games (Hardcore Mecha & Uppers). RIP my wallet. At least Gears 5 will be on Game Pass!

  • Phirestar

    I am super excited about Children of Morta. When I came across your channel in March, last year, I saw it in your 20 (or 30?) upcoming games for 2018 & beyond. I played the demo earlier this year, and was thoroughly impressed by the three hours of gameplay that I got from it.

    Very hyped.

  • Алексей Яненко

    September is full of cool indie games

  • Fadi Ismael

    Blasphemous… Not too long now.

  • El Rocky Raccoon

    I'm counting the seconds for Blasphemous. Holy shit. What a gorgeous-looking game.

  • raad mh

    such a great channel , i dont play many triple A gaming they r so boring now thank you for all great videos

  • FluffyFractalshard

    who else is always watching those videos thinking "wow cool i want to play that", when in reality you can't enjoy any of those because you feel so lonely and empty inside?

  • CerealKiller

    Interested in both Noita and Blasphemous.

  • Time Rider

    Four games to purcase! Pjuh

  • RealMTL

    River City Girls looks awesome! Along with the Goose game it looks like I'll have quite a few good games this month.

  • oak471983 Play's

    BLASPHEMOUS! I personally cannot wait.

  • Kenneth Fegley

    Definitely checking out Widower's Sky now

  • Jordi Jewell

    Noita is basically the old sand simulators in java but as an actual game. Exactly what I've been looking for since I played Terraria. Really looking forward to it.

  • Jordi Jewell

    I'm almost certain you meant Roasary beads in Blasphemous, not Rosemary. What an amazing selection of games. I guess it's ramen for food for a few months again.

  • Diego Macias

    I will only buy the goose game, I’m actually really exited. I love absurd shit

  • wirimu browne

    Rosemary beads

  • Kahlin Walker

    Overland, Children of Morta, and Blashpemous are on my wishlist for sure! I'd love to get Untitled Goose Game if it came out on the PS4!

  • i r

    river city girls looks insteresting! ive been wanting a girl fighter game and this looks perfect 🙂 and im sooooo excited for untitled goode game im hoping on a physical release!!

  • Amongalen

    I'm really looking forward to Noita, Children of Mortia, Atomicrops and Blasphemous. Yay, so many cool games coming out this month!

  • Youssef Amr

    Rockstar:let's make the most realistic game ever
    Me:the untitled goose game is amazing
    Rockstar: 🙁

  • professional villains

    Will have to watch the video once more as there were so many games that seemed exciting.

  • Sweetie_ Squad

    Down the well,children of morta,blasphemous….already had all these in my wishlist….also was interested in untitled goose game,but it is an "exclusive", not touching with a 10 feet stick.Great video man.

  • André Vila Franca

    Can't wait for Children of Morta and BLASPHEMOUS!

  • Immortal Syndicate

    Been playing nothing but Fortnite STW as of late looks like I finally have some games that I'm in the mood to play now.Greed fall, River city girls and GOW5 also can't forget Remnant

  • madz 2142

    Looking forward for Noita, Children of Mortia and Blasphemous.

  • Shona Fridh

    The Untitled Goose Game looks awesome!! Really want to play it, will probably get it on the Switch. The Sojourn is also great but I'm biased because I work for Iceberg Interactive. Thanks for the shout-out though!

  • Sahil Bishnoi


  • Logen M

    Untitled goose game for Game of The Year!

  • Libe Jenkins

    What is the game before Noita? Looks supercute.

  • Lorebroker

    This month is insane!

  • Michel Ferreira

    Really amazing games. These 2D ones are just breathtaking.

  • Gaming 4 Fun

    You should take a look at Gekraxel that just came out on steam.

  • AmericanSpyFox

    river city ransom was my favorite game on my nes as a kid. I love it that my son's generation loves river city as much as mine did.

  • AmericanSpyFox

    is children of morta procedurally generated?

  • Iva N

    that´s one hell of a goose

  • Sivan Kotek

    Great as the usual! Are you a curator on Steam? I would follow you and I'm sure others will, the best indie channel on youtube.

  • Alain15243

    What about Eastward??

  • Condor Q-G-MacKie

    Blasphemous looks great. I'll check it out right now.

  • Alex Twyman

    Got to play The Sojourn at pax east and it was really awesome. Untitled Goose Game looks so funny and fun. Can't for those games!

  • Bamfu x

    I'd say the indie game i am exited for the most is not on this list 😅

    It's called the dreadfull wispers from Blackthornprod 😁


    Thanks a lot! 🤗

  • Bran Man

    hey guys, just wanted to throw a game recommendation your way – "The Dreadful Whispers" created by Noa Calice (aka Blackthornprod).
    It was just released on Steam today, and I'd love to see it featured on this channel.


    P.S. Love the content, keep it coming!

  • sergio7D



    Noita looks great, just added to my steam wish list. Love look of the aesthetics

  • kidd venison

    Noita looks so great. My nostalgia for sand game on addictinggames during computer class in middle school has me really excited for this one.

  • Matthew Cullen

    If you haven't already done this can you do a video on roguelikes and the best ones that are upcoming.

  • mjolnir

    Is it not possible to save your progress in Overland? It looks interesting but without save I wouldnt dream of playing it.

  • Lâm Lê Nguyễn Hoàng

    Borderlands 3 and Blasphemous … looks like i already have a plan for gifts on my own birthday lol

  • Flynn Bannon

    "Coming out on PC" is about as helpful as saying "coming out on console." The same reason you don't just say "coming out on consoles" also applies to PC games nowadays. So "coming out on PC" where? Steam? Epic? Origin? Uplay? The Windows Store? Or perhaps a DRM-free store like GOG? Just as console gamers have platform preferences, PC games also have them, whether by choice, or operating system.

  • Ahmad and skeleton

    I seriously miss river city ranson

  • I love puppies

    I don't get it, why do people like goose games etc. Looks so crap.

  • Curtis Newton

    fuck these retard japanese games

  • m a

    "untitled goose game" dev was probally thinking "I think of a title when I finish the game" then forgot about it

  • Romeo Duque

    My picks are blasphemous and river city girls

  • metea

    Children of Morta is a meh game at best

  • Mike Art

    What is the name of the game from where video starts??

    Kindly let me know

  • Ivanderson C. Bordin

    Ps vita need it

  • SKAE

    Casually clicked on this video and found my song on it! Huge thanks 💙

  • Bass Rebels

    Great video some cool games here. Thanks for using our music 🎶🎮

  • Linclo Games

    Great video. Widower's Sky and Overland look amazing.

  • splycer172

    Good to see Powder Game is finally getting a sequel after all these years!

  • ahmed ibrahim

    y'all should look forward to Inmost
    its not indie (i think)
    but if you like pixel art you're gonna love it

  • JunDageki

    More pretentious games, idk what's the point of this when Modern Warfare is here.

  • Leone dos Reis

    StEaLtH gAmE bUt G O O S E

  • BStar

    What’s with leading with The Last Campfire and then not having that be a game that’s in your video… (or coming out any time soon let alone September.)?

  • Remainder

    Noita and Blasphemous look awesome the rest mehhhhhhh

  • Pyrocake

    this is totally in my recommendations because of noita

  • Derek Weselake

    Untitled goose game is def most interesting

  • lol moment

    This kinda looks like sandspiel

  • Kyle St. Clair

    Thumbnail looks like Glimmer fucking snapped

  • haso

    you tricked me by putting the last campfire in the intro 🙁

  • Enrico Benali

    Wish noita was released on switch

  • Marhathor

    You made a typo at Noita, there's a 0 there where there shouldn't be one.

  • NY000ooo

    Soo… girls hit boys "this a cool thing"… boys hit a girl " omg POLICE HERE NOW!!!" …. mhmh… nice…

  • Carl

    no cube world?

  • Anita G

    Atomic crops should on switch

  • B P

    This is cool and all but where is silksong?

  • John D. Sheldon

    It’s nice when you can both enjoy fireboy and watergirl on hudgames and have a cup of coffee in the morning.

  • Hazzard GameWorks

    Noita's pixel physics look amazing 🤤

  • Strider 77

    Children of Morta is out in November 😉

  • ionut

    katana zero is by far one of the best indie game form 2019. for me, this one is the best :/

  • David P. Keyes

    i like goldy games that. It took up all my free time every day. I like the games on hudgames

  • NufiG

    0:22 Its Finnish, so Noita is actually just Witch but in Finninsh

  • Daniel Bueno

    9:31 "Described by many as a 'Stardew Valley game, but with guns'"…

    *Sigh* No one remembers Harvest Moon anymore, do they?

  • Kein Name

    damn. atomicrops looks like a bunch of fun but I won`t support Epic.

  • Landon Breeden

    Not a top ten but worth checking out!

  • franklyn hernandez

    Me and my sister used to play bad ice cream 3 all the time. i like goldy games on hudgames

  • the9file

    this was a great month for indie games


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