As Tommy Palm and Oskar Burman's Stugan accelerator heads into its third week, we've been in Sweden following the developers as they work on their games.
Cerulean Moon is a retro mobile platformer from Nachothat follows a young girl as she explores an underground kingdom.
Instead of jumping up from ledge to ledge like a traditional platformer, Cerulean Moon uses gravity to draw the player deeper into its world.
Players shift the ground left to right rather than moving the girl, requiring carefully controlled drops into the abyss. Just be sure to avoid the spikes.
Induction, meanwhile, is a puzzler based around time travel and paradoxes. Developed by indie developer Bryan Gale, it tasks players with guiding a cube from point A to point B - but you'll need some help from your past self to do so.
Gale will first release Induction on PC, with a later release on mobile on the cards.
You can check out both games in the video below.
Stugan is a non-profit accelerator taking place for two months in a remote forest in Sweden. 23 developers are living in a series of traditional cabins to develop their games, and at the end of the program will keep all profits and IP from whatever they create.
You can follow all the games and happenings on the official YouTube channel.