Popular developer Young Horses On Steam as part of a group called the Free Range Initiative. the team behind Known for its traditional game formats, these four titles seem to carry on that proud tradition.
These are not major releases, as they were mostly developed as side projects and in various game jam events. The strangest one of the four, and therefore the most interesting, is called , which was originally developed for the Ludum Dare game jam. Have you ever wanted to control a giant toe on top while trying to satisfy the needs of a bustling ant colony? Now is your chance.
If you haven’t had your fill of picnic demolition, there it is . This 3D open world platformer puts you in the shoes of an ant trying to locate a missing queen. This is a fresh and original title that didn’t start life as a game jam, but rather as a tech demo of the newly implemented Unreal Engine 5.
We go from insects to reptiles with our fun titles . As the name suggests, you are a club snake looking for dates. This mostly involves swiping right on a snake-based dating site and then, uh, wrapping your slithering body around any creature that catches your eye.
Finally, there . This is the Octodad: Dadliest catch, was first created when many of Young Horses’ main developers were still in college. It’s a little rough around the edges, being over 12 years old, but it’s true Octodad By heart. This is the OG design that fueled the Kickstarter craze and started it all for the company.
All four titles are available for download now, but only via the Steam store. Octodad: Dadliest catch a few years ago, but those four games seem to be all PC exclusives at the moment.
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