Yes, there are really cool games. Not even in graphics, but the plot is interesting, not like the plots of other games. This is the essence of indie games. Although among these games there are many uninteresting ones. I want to play BomjMan, it is a cool game about weird russians. You should see a cartoon on YouTube about this crazy homeless superhero.. I'm waiting for the game to be downloaded. I think it will be good pc game to play.
For me it depends, as I'm more a physical game collector for consoles and handhelds (I don't go for physical indies that much, like through Limited Run as an example, I've gotten more Indies from Indie Packs for 360 or Retail copies of Shovel Knight/Steam World Collection), I find unlike more well known ones I have to question what I'm after with Indies.
I enjoy them but it's really not clear what I'd like to go for, I sometimes go for something big as something different or gimmicky, whether it be motion controls/3D, theming/story, a good gameplay idea. Like I've played Steamworld Heist and Shovel Knight because they interested me not just because they were big, I've not bothered with Undertale as it didn't interest me but I appreciate what it does.
I've tried a few made by those that split from major companies Indies (Yooka Laylee being from the Rare devs, or the Yonder devs, Shovel Knight I guess counts as they are devs from Way Forward from what I've heard), or the Indies that made a few mobile/a few successful games (No Mans Sky by Hello Games) and they have expanded their teams, but I've not played many by those that are still small teams over the 1 to 3 people ones (starting out, prefer pixel art style, other reasons that count here).
Otherwise playing Limbo, Splosion Man or Trials I enjoyed (I think many of them aren't Indies or maybe not anymore, obviously Red Lynx being under Ubisoft as an example of not anymore but not sure about Playdead [Limbo/Inside] or Twisted Pixel [Splosion Man] if they still are)
It's not that I hate those, but the more pixel type art styles while good the similar gameplay can be hard to get me interested in them, or I've not found a gimmick that has me interested in them, and not just because I stick with consoles mostly or prefer disks either which is mostly a big reason I've not played many Indies and the quality has me more pushed to one side.
There is some I've had interest in (Iconoclasts I think fits Indie status right?) but the ones I've mostly bought are well known or because they actually interested me, not so much getting them on sale, via Free Game means (Epic, PS+, Xbox Live Gold) or because it caught my eye that much. A few games have caught my eye but I've never played them and I've just acknowledged them for how appealing they are.
I want to play BomjMan, it is a cool game about weird russians. You should see a cartoon on YouTube about this crazy homeless superhero..
I haven't seen this cartoon, but I've already watched several episodes. Cool. Bum!
Will definitely play this game. I hope the game will be no worse than the cartoon. This is a wild homeless superhero!!! I especially like his speech.