Awesome Independent Game Projects 🎮

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Steelkrill Studio (formally known as KGames) is a an independent innovative 3D developer, video game and asset developer, which is also the creator and self publisher of two released Indie Games [REC] Shutter and Baby Blues and several complete project assets.

The first two released games under the formally known title, KGames are two horror games which are both released for PC.

[REC] Shutter (2012)

[REC] Shutter is a horror game where you must progress through levels while avoiding the paranormal and solving puzzles. The story will progress as the player goes through the levels. This Game will not only focus on his recordings but even on his story and his life. You take the role of a reporter named Connor, which will be reporting Penny hill a dark hunted asylum. You will be equipped with the latest equipment; animated camera which includes night vision and a shutter effect. Filming every action you take and taking screenshot’s of paranormal activity. Game includes features like fear, stealth, investigation and much much more.

Baby Blues (2013)

Baby Blues takes place in a house, You play the role of Tommy the 3 year old kid living with his parents. Tommy never experience anything in his life, this day will come when one day; He wakes up in the middle of the night. He steps off his bed and notice something is missing too; his teddies. Tommy goes into the adventure where his only objective is to find his missing teddies and go back to bed, He doesn’t care about anything else. While Searching for his teddies, Something strange is happening in the house but Tommy won’t give up, not yet.

In 2016, Steelkrill studio is mostly now focusing more on developing side assets as in complete projects, KITs, Packs, Templates and 3D models that drastically speeds up your time for game development and you can find the latest assets on our asset store here.

The only two released independent game projects at the moment are [REC] Shutter (2012) and Baby Blues (2013).