Everything Shown Off During Guerrilla Collective

Guerrilla Collective 2021

E3 might not have begun just yet, but the briefings have already started.

The first showcase of games to be held over the next few weeks was Guerrilla Collective, streamed earlier today. It showed off a variety of indie games, both new and existing. We got some premieres as well as updates on already-announced games.

Missed the stream? Don’t worry – here’s everything that was shown off during Guerrilla Collective.

  • Anno: Mutationem was up first, with a short gameplay trailer. It’s a side-scrolling action game set in a cyberpunk world. No release date or format just yet.
  • Bloodstained: Ritual of the Night is coming to Google Stadia.
  • The Eternal Cylinder is an adventure game that sees you play as a strange alien creature who can spontaneously evolve. Set in a hostile planet, there’s a lot of things out there that want to kill you. It looks weird, but like it might be fun. It’s coming soon to PS4, Xbox One and Epic Games Store.
  • Trifox is an isometic action game that sees you play as a range of badass animals. No release date or format information.
  • “Imagine an axolotl with an AK-47”. That’s pretty much the premise of AK-XOLOTL. What more do you need to know? Wishlist it now on Steam.
  • Rubi: The Wayward Mira looks like a Metroidvania-style action game with varied environments to explore and a range of enemies to lay waste to. Level up your character via a massive skill tree. It’s coming to PlayStation, Switch and Steam.
  • Next up was Moroi, a dark and macabre twin-stick shooter. It looks very weird, and we’re interested.
  • Source of Madness is a 2D side-scrolling action adventure, coming to Steam. It promises that “millions of monsters stand in your way”.
  • Industria is a first person shooter inspired by the works of David Lynch. Explore environments and take on robotic enemies. It looks pretty dark, and we’re here for it. It’s coming to Steam in Q3 2021.
  • From The Farm 51, we got another look at Chernobylite, a horror exploration game set in Chernobyl. It’s coming to PC, PS4 and Xbox One in July and we’re pretty excited to get hands on with it.
  • Ultra Age is a third person action game that sees you going toe-to-toe with giant mech foes. Coming Autumn 2021.
  • Next was a trailer for El Paso Elsewhere, a retro-styled 3D shooter filled with all kinds of deadly enemies to take down. We got strong Max Payne vibes from this one.
  • Elderand “mixes Lovecraft with Symphony of the Night”, apparently. It’s a side-scrolling action game with magic and sword combat, which looks rather promising. Wishlist it now on Steam.
  • Run Die Run Again is a free-running game – a so-called “first person survival platformer” – that sees you make your way through a range of deadly obstacle courses. We can see this one being popular with speedrunners. No format information or release date just yet though.
  • Guild of Dungeoneering Ultimate Edition is a, well, ultimate edition of the dungeon-crawling card battler. It includes all DLC along with more classes, more weapons and more loot. If card games are your thing, this might be for you. It’s coming at some point this year.
  • Next up was a trailer for Grow: Song of the Evertree, a fantastical adventure game from Prideful Sloth. It’s all about bringing life back to a dying world, and it looks rather cute. It’s coming to PS4, Xbox, Switch and Steam.
  • Legend of Keepers is a strategy RPG comin in Q3 2021.
  • Top-down adventure game Tinkertown has an old-school Zelda vibe combined with sandbox elements. You’ll farm, fish and cook alongside adventuring. An upcoming update adds the ‘Desert Dungeon’, an area filled with new mechanics like traps and monster ambushes. Oh, and a powerful new boss. It’ll be available on 16th June.
  • Zodiac Legion is an old-fashioned turn-based strategy game filled with magic and combat. It’s coming to Steam at some point.
  • A quirky and colourful space shooter, Super Space Club is an endless gunner “like no other”, according to the trailer. It’s coming to Xbox in late 2021.
  • Onsen Master looks to be a management game about running hot springs. It’s coming 2021.
  • Ynglet is described as a “meditative side-scrolling swimming game”. It looks rather cute, and it’s out now on Steam and Itch.io.
  • Up next was Kraken Academy, a “comedy high school adventure” that features time travel. It’s up to you to save your school from a deadly kraken. We’re in. It’s coming to PC, though there’s no release date.
  • Kung-fu Kick Ball is a multiplayer sports brawler with the aim seemingly to score goals against your opponents. There’s a range of colourful characters and locations. We’re getting serious Rayman Kung Foot vibes from this. It’s coming to PC, Switch and Xbox later this year.
  • Aeon Drive is a speedrunning platformer set in a futuristic imagining of Barcelona. There’s up to four-player co-op, too. It’s coming later this year to Steam, Xbox, PlayStation and Switch.
  • Endling is a game that casts you as the last fox on earth striving to find food for you and your young cubs. You’ll set out on nightly adventures, with your cubs in tow, who will learn new skills as time goes on. It looks beautiful, but this might be one you’ll need to grab the tissues for. It’s coming to Steam, PS4, Xbox One and Switch.
  • Beasts of Maravilla Island is all about exploring, solving puzzles and discovering the wildlife of a bizarre island. Capturing photos of them is a big part, a la Pokémon Snap. It’s coming soon to Switch, Xbox, PS4 and PC.
  • Up next was a trailer for Omno, which is a gorgeous-looking 3D adventure. Explore beautiful and varied environments, solve puzzles, traverse the world on a weird-looking skateboard and fly. It looks a little like Rime with more flying. It’s coming to Switch, PS4, Xbox and Game Pass.
  • Fire Tonight is an interesting-looking adventure coming to Steam and Switch on August 12th.
  • The Lightbringer is an adventure-platformer with a heart-filled narrative. You’re following in the footsteps of your sister who set out to save the world – but when she goes missing, it’s up to you to take over. Each level sees you reaching a monolith that needs cleaning, but you’ll have to solve a variety of puzzles and challenges before you get there. No release date just yet, but it’s coming to Switch and Steam.
  • Alfred Hitchcock: Vertigo is a narrative adventure game based, surprisingly enough, on Hitchcock’s Vertigo. It’s heavily inspired by Hitchcock’s storytelling techniques, so expect lots of suspense and tension. It’s coming soon to Steam, PS5, PS4, Xbox Series X, Xbox One and Steam.
  • Publisher Neon Doctrine showcased several of its upcoming games, next. We got trailers for: The Legend of Tian Ding, a stylish side-scrolling brawler coming to Switch and Steam in October; Lamentuma dark narrative-driven pixelated adventure with distinct Lovecraft vibes (coming to PC and consoles this autumn); My Lovely Wifea game about making deals with the devil that’s coming to Steam and Switch; Retrograde Arena, a free-to-play multiplayer shooter that’s available now on Steam; and a new game set in the Baobab’s Mausoleum series which looks incredibly surreal, coming to PC in 2022.
  • Neon Doctrine also gave us a very short teaser for an upcoming adventure game called Project Altheia.
  • RPG Time: The Legend of Wright is a papercraft adventure set in the pages of a notebook. It looks super cool, and it’s coming later this year.
  • Next up was Potato Flowers in Full Bloom, a first-person dungeon crawler. No release date or format information.
  • Live in Dungeon is another first-person dungeon crawler with a fantasy feel.
  • From Kemco, next up was RPGolf Legends. A game that, unsurprisingly, combines RPG and golfing.
  • Varvarion is an anime-style fighting game that looks rather interesting. There’s a range of characters and weapon types, and it promises high speed battles.
  • We also got a look at a Play Date game, Whitewater Wipeout – though more information about Play Date and its games are coming soon.
  • Online quiz game Survival Quiz City is essentially Fall Guys, but with quizzes thrown into the mix. No release date or formats were given.
  • Another Touhou project was up next, Antinomy of Common Flowers. It’s available on Switch and PS4.
  • Blaster Master Zero III continues the Blaster Master saga. It’s coming on 29th July to PC, PS4, Xbox and Switch.
  • Azure Striker Gunvolt 3 is coming to Switch in 2022.

You can see trailers for all the games above in the full stream below.