A slew of indie games were showcased at the Microsoft E3 press conference, offering new extended looks at previously revealed titles and first looks of never-before-seen games.
A montage was shown of indie games coming to Xbox soon, one of them being Cuphead, a game made to look like a classic, 1930s animation. The visuals are all purported to be hand drawn, and the soundtrack is comprised of original jazz recordings.
Tacoma comes from the makers of the excellent Gone Home and follows the crew of the Lunar Transfer Station Tacoma, 200,000 miles from Earth.
Beyond Eyes follows the story of Rae, a young blind girl as she searches to find her missing friend.
Last but not least, Ashen is the story of a wandering character in search of a home. No sun brings light to the world, which is covered in ash, and the player must forge friendships and find a home in order to survive.
For more, watch the montage video below of the indie games shown off at the conference, and stay tuned for more E3 coverage.