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The new Steam Indie Celebration offers us 25 game demos that we can download until tomorrow




At this point we already seem like a scratched disc from repeating it so much, but it is undeniable that the coronavirus pandemic has prevented the correct celebration of video game events around the world. 2020 will not be the year we will go to fairs to try titles, although not for that reason we are going to remain without it.

Digital Dragons is celebrating its Indie Celebration on Steam, a digital event in which lots of independent developers announce their upcoming releases. How? With 25 demos that you can download for free and play

. Of course, the last day is tomorrow.

This celebration follows the guidelines established by the Game Festival

started by Geoff Keighley late last year, and then played a few more times. It is a good way to get to know indie games that are to come, without a doubt.


Röki, one of the demos that you can already try

Although the demos are only 25, the total number of games shown reaches 50. Those that are not playable can be viewed via streaming with developersSo I'm sure there are some pretty cool things out there.

Digital Dragons is one of the events that were going to be held now physically in Poland, but due to COVID-19 has had to be delayed until September. At least they leave us in good detail during these days. Here is the list of demos:

  • Ars Fabulae
  • Bonkies
  • Danger Scavenger
  • Elderborn
  • Eldest Souls
  • First Class Trouble
  • For the People
  • For the Warp
  • Ghostrunner
  • Legends of Ethernal
  • Liberated
  • Not for Broadcast
  • Overloop
  • PositronX
  • Rhythm Fighter
  • Röki
  • Rustler
  • Shing!
  • The Blind Prophet
  • There is No Light
  • Tower Princess
  • Tunche
  • Uragun
  • Wanderlust: Transsiberian
  • Wingspan


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