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Entertainment group Kinda Funny put on the first-ever Kinda Funny Games Showcase today, and there were a large number of indie games represented there. Here’s a selection of release date announcements, new games, and trailers that we thought were excellent.

Super Meat Boy Forever is releasing in April 2019.

The hotly anticipated meat-jumping game is coming to Switch, PS4, Xbox One, and PC.

Moving Out is a game about, well, moving things.

It looks fun and silly, and co-op seems like it might be something special here. Carrying boxes is hard. It’s coming to PC and consoles in 2019.

Toejam & Earl: Back In The Groove is coming to PS4, Xbox One, Switch, and PC on March 1, 2019.

It seems fun, and Freddie Prinz Jr. did an introduction for it.

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Quarantine Circular is out today on the Switch.

The sequel to Subsurface Circular will be available on the eShop this afternoon.

Conan Unconquered is a new Conan game coming out next year.

There’s no release date yet, but from the official Steam page it appears to be a strategy game where you do Conan stuff. It’s coming out in 2019.

There’s a new DLC update for Human Fall Flat.

Now you can wrestle your friends in a whole new locale. It will release on December 10th.

Vane now has a release date on PS4: January 15, 2019.

The game has a really bleak and beautiful look to it, but you’re also a kid who can become a bird, so it seems pretty neat.

Bury Me, My Love is a game about Syrian refugees coming to the Switch on January 10, 2019.

It’s a poignant story that has been available on other platforms, but it is nice to see it hitting the portable console.

Supermarket Shriek is a game about a man and a goat in a cart.

They scream together. The game comes out in 2019.

A Fold Apart is about a couple separated by pages. It looks very cute.

It will come to PC, Switch, PS4, and Xbox One in 2019.

Desert Child is a weird cyberpunk beat-em-up racer.

It’s coming to PS4, Switch, and PC on December 11.

I've played all of the Baldur's Gate games. Weekend Editor. cameron.kunzelman@kotaku.com

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