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Among Us gets cosmetics inspired by big indie games like Undertale and Celeste

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A graphic showing new skins coming to Among Us inspired by Untitled Goose Game, Undertale, Crypt of the NecroDancer, Celeste, and Behemoth. The Among Us crewmate is in the middle and the graphic shows images of various outfits inspired by each game. Image: Innersloth
Ana Diaz (she/her) is a culture writer at Polygon, covering internet culture, fandom, and video games. Her work has previously appeared at NPR, Wired, and The Verge.

Among Us is now basically the Super Smash Bros. of indie games. On Tuesday, developer Innersloth announced that the viral murder mystery game is getting in-game cosmetics inspired by seven beloved indie titles as part of a collaboration between studios. The full list of games is Undertale, Untitled Goose Game, Crypt of the NecroDancer, Celeste, A Hat in Time, Castle Crashers, and Alien Hominid.

It’s all part of the Indie Cosmicube cosmetics pack, which came to the game as part of an update on Tuesday. The pack costs 7,000 Beans and will be purchasable until Feb. 28, 2024. You can view the full list of skins available on the Innersloth website.

The bundle brings together a rather impressive list of items inspired by the characters and worlds of popular indie games. If you buy it, you’ll be able to dress your Crewmate up in anything from Madeline’s blue puffer jacket in Celeste to gardening overalls from Untitled Goose Game. From the looks of it, players will even be able to dress up their Crewmate as Sans from Undertale. The list doesn’t call him out explicitly, but you can see his blue hoodie in the graphic and the full list says you will be able to wear, “Some Guy’s Hoodie Skin.”

With the collision of Undertale and Among Us, this pack is basically like the multiverse of viral and meme-inspiring indie games. Now all we need is for Sans to make an appearance on the Among Us television show.

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