All Of Kinda Funny’s Announcements From E3 2019

We’re used to publishers giving a bit of love to their indie developers, but they aren’t fit to lace the shoes of the Kinda Funny team, even if they did yell at poor Tim Schafer.

During a whirlwind and punchy twenty-minute showcase, more than sixty games were shown off and it’s just wonderful that there’s such an open and welcoming platform for any and all independent developers to show off their labours of love that cover a variety of genres. One thing we love about the indie space is their continued insistence on pushing ideas and concepts that are fresh and that matter.

Not every game needs a gun and that shines through most of those showcased today. Get comfy, grab a coffee and settle in for a butt load of trailers.


Hamsterdam, Speed Brawl, Wave Break, Super Space Club


A Duel Hand Disaster: Trackher

Looking for Healz

One Night Stand

The Inner Friend, Aground, Refactor, Pig Eat Ball, Standby


Falcon Age

The Walking Dead Onslaught, Battlewake


Afterparty,  Trigger Witch, Solace State

Freedom Finger

Ribbiting Saga, Wooden Nickel, Etherborn


The Gardens Between

Renaine, Starstruck, Sneaky Ninja, Undermine, Monster Prom 2: Holiday Season

Summer Catchers

The Sinking City

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Fling to the Finish

Gunsport, Bombfest, Lonely Mountains: Downhill, Starcrossed

Police Stories

Brave Earth Prologue

Astalon: Tears of the Earth, Treachery in Beatdown City, Tamarin, Stoneshard

Stronghold Warlords

Lucifer Within Us

#Funtime, Half Past Fate



CastleStorm II

Trials of Fire

Mare, Deliver Us The Moon, Recompile


Relic Hunters Legend, Warborn

Lost Ember

Adams Ascending

So there you have it, catch your breath and go wishlist the games that jumped out at you and do a good thing for the indie developers working so hard on these games. And kudos to Greg Miller and Tim Gettys for shining a spotlight on these games.

If a particular game jumps out at you, feel free to find the developer’s accounts embedded in the Kinda Funny tweets throughout the article to keep tabs on their work.