If you keep up with indie devs on Twitter at all, you’ve probably noticed the #screenshotsaturday hashtag popping up the past couple of weekends. The premise is pretty simple: developers post a screenshot (or a couple of screenshots) showcasing whatever project they’re working on, with a brief explanation of what they’re working on this weekend. It went down for the first time last Saturday, happened again this weekend, and hopefully keeps happening forever, because it’s totally great.
However, It can all be a bit hard to keep up with, especially if you aren’t compulsively checking the hashtag or following every single indie developer on the planet (spoiler: nobody is). Fortunately, Finnish developer Pekka Kujansuu has put together something really cool: an extremely useful #screenshotsaturday aggregator. Every 15 minutes, this thing checks the hashtag for new tweets containing images, then embeds them on the site’s gallery with the author, original tweet, and a link to the image. The page even includes the ability to look at past Screenshot Saturdays in case you non-Twitterers accidentally missed last weekend’s. If seeing huge batches of screenshots for awesome-looking unreleased indie games is your thing, this dude has created simple, elegant, and totally sweet solution.