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Welcome to yet another Trailer Roundup, featuring whistleblowing journalists, deep sea survival horror, pulpy cartoon adventures, and unexpected electric death in the Wild West.

The Wild Eternal
Windows | $19.99 | April 13, 2017

From developer Ilsanjo: "Get lost beneath the fog in The Wild Eternal, a reflective first-person exploration game. Embark on a meditative journey to heal the scars of your past. Can you escape the cycle of reincarnation?"

Narcosis
Windows, OSX, Oculus, Xbox One | $TBA | March 28, 2017

From developer Honor Code: "Survival, horror at the sunless depths of the Pacific Ocean: Stranded on the seafloor with low light and few tools, an industrial diver takes desperate steps to surface before his oxygen -- and sanity -- give out."

The Path To Die
Windows | $TBA | Release TBA | Kickstarter TBA

A bloody 2D top down journey to Japan. The tense sword fights will feature an unconventional control scheme, making use of your controller's two thumb sticks. Coming soon to Kickstarter.

Anamorphine
Windows | $TBA | 2017

From developer Artifact 5: "Tyler, a young man in post-traumatic denial, revisits a succession of milestones that define his relationship with his wife Elena. Told with no dialogue or action button, Anamorphine's narrative comes together through Tyler's dream-like memories, contorting and bleeding into each other with his mental state."

World to the West
Windows, OSX, Linux, PS4, Xbox One, Wii U | $19.99/$24.99 | May 5, 2017

From developer Rain Games: "World to the West is a pulpy, cartoony top down action adventure inspired by European adventure comics. Take control of four unique characters, each with their their own motivations, skills and interweaving storylines, as they seek to escape the dark shadow of an ancient prophecy."

Depraved

Windows, OSX, Linux | $TBA | Release TBA | Greenlight

A city builder set in the Wild West. You just have to love the attention to detail here, with hangings, duels, and - surprise! - death by lightning creating welcome diversions from all that building. Day/night cycles and seasonal changes are present as well, making the game look rather lovely.

Plasma Puncher
Windows | $TBA | May 2017

From developer Tomatotrap: "Plasma Puncher is all about punching amoebas into oblivion. To be more precise, it's an action-brawler set in a single circular stage, where different and ever more challenging groups of enemies will appear."

Algotica - Iteration 1
Windows | $TBA | March 23, 2017

From developer Alexander Khoroshavin: "Algotica is an educational adventure-puzzle game about programming, along with a story that breaks the fourth wall. If you wanted to start learning programming but it seems too difficult to understand, you don't have enough time, or you're just not sure that you need it - this game is a great place to start."

The Occupation
Platforms TBA | $TBA | 2017

From developer White Paper Games: "The Occupation is a politically driven, first-person, narrative game set in 1980's North-West England in which you play as a whistleblowing journalist. Events happen in real-time and you must make decisions based on the evidence surrounding you."

The Lion's Song - Episode 3
Windows | $9.99 for all episodes | Available now

Mipumi Games' exploration of art and self-discovery continues with a newly released episode, which takes the narrative in a slightly different direction. Pretty excited for the great finale, which supposedly ties everything together and is bound to be released later this year (along with mobile versions).