Indie Supporter Spotlight: December 2022

It’s our last Indie Supporter Spotlight of 2022!

We have more new patrons to tell you about this month. If you’d like to see yourself included in the next one, be sure to support us on Patreon.

Man Raider: The City of Darkness

One of our latest patrons is Green Raptor Interactive who are working on Man Raider: The City of Darkness. This is an action-adventure game being developed in Unreal and if the name looks familiar, it’s because the game pays homage to Tomb Raider: The Angel of Darkness.

This project is in its very early stages, but there are 34 levels planned, just like its inspiration. One of the key differences, however, is that the project will take place in a gloomy urban setting. Players will be able to use stealth to avoid the enemy or engage them in combat or with bullets.

We’re looking forward to watching the development of this one, but if you’d like to find out more, make sure you follow them on Twitter.


We’d also like to welcome A Little More Games to our community of patrons and tell you about their game GeoDepths.

This first-person strategy exploration game is due out in early 2023. In GeoDepths, you pilot a drill as you look for resources, upgrade your drill and base, and explore caves to discover mysteries and secrets.

You can find out more about the game (and wishlist it!) on Steam.

Be in the Next Supporter Spotlight

The Supporter Spotlight is just one of the ways we thank the people who support us. It’s thanks to this support that Indie Bandits can celebrate independent games as much as we do.

If you’d like your game or project to be featured in an upcoming article, support us on Patreon or buy us a coffee to show us that you appreciate what we do for indie game devs.

We’re planning to do even more to help indie devs in 2023 and every supporter we have helps us to continue celebrating independent games.

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