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Everything Shown at the Guerrilla Collective Showcase 2022

Updated: Jun 11, 2022 5:30 pm
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The Guerrilla Collective are back at it again, bringing us the Guerrilla Collective Showcase 2022 during the Summer of Gaming. You can be assured that we’re watching along with the show live, and will report all of the biggest details that we can find. Keep your browser on this page to see all of the latest updates as they happen.

Everything at the Guerrilla Collective Showcase 2022

You can watch the show live above, but we’ll also be updating you with all of the games talked about at the show on the list below. We’ll also provide links with more details on the biggest stories that come out during the livestream.

  • From Space
  • I Was a Teenage Exocolonist
  • Ugly
  • Boundary
  • Alaloth: Champions of The Four Kingdoms
  • Daymare: 1994 – Sandcastles
  • Signalis
  • Gravewood High
  • Madison
  • The Fridge is Red
  • Industria
  • South of the Circle
  • This War of Mine: Final Cut
  • The Last Worker
  • Slope Crashers
  • Cassette Beasts
  • Contract Killer
  • Rythmos
  • Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Shredder’s Revenge
  • Skald: Against the Black Priory
  • BATS: Blood-Sucker Anti-Terror Squads
  • Arkanoid Eternal Battle
  • Nine Years of Shadows
  • Wrestle Quest
  • Zoeti
  • Grid Force
  • Necroboy
  • Alterium
  • Greedventory
  • Keylocker
  • Symphony of War
  • Batora: Lost Haven
  • Asterigos
  • Xel
  • Spells & Secrets
  • River Tails: Stronger Together
  • Ikonei Island
  • Frogun
  • I Am Future
  • Witch Strandings’
  • The Cub
  • Mira
  • Rainworld: Downpour
  • Exo One
  • Shashingo

The Biggest Reveals at Guerrilla Collective Showcase 2022

Easily one of the most interesting reveals was Daymare: 1994 – Sandcastles, a prequel to the popular Daymare: 1998 that seeks to recapture some of the magic of the modern Resi games before Resi 7 came out. This latest edition of the series promises to bring even more polish to the indie-horror classic.

Another interesting one was Shashingo. As well as being the game that closed out the show, it also touts itself as a way of learning the Japanese language through the medium of a photography video game, which is an interesting prospect for folks struggling to learn the language on their own.

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