Graffiti Games Celebrates One Year Anniversary and Adds New Games

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Graffiti Games is celebrating their one year anniversary by adding new games to their lineup. If you are not familiar with Graffiti games they are an independent video game publisher comprised of industry veterans who state that they understand what it takes to launch a successful indie game. The three new titles are Trident’s Wake, Mable & the Wood, and Hovershock.

About The Games: From Press Release:

Trident’s Wake – Trident’s Wake is a fast-paced, co-op twin-stick shooter where players work together to save society from alien annihilation. The procedurally-generated game contains both online and local multiplayer, where up-to-4 players can work together.

Mable & the Wood – Mable & The Wood is a metroidvania where you can take the form of the bosses that you kill, changing how you’re able to explore the interconnected world. It’s also a metroidvania where you don’t have to kill anyone.

Hovershock – HoverShock is a fast-paced, physics-based multiplayer game where players control a drone equipped with customizable weapons and mind-bending powers in an exaggerated and colorful world, full of life, movement and explosions. HoverShock features several game modes designed for a competitive multiplayer experience, taking the drone’s handling possibilities to full advantage.


Graffiti Games Celebrates One Year Anniversary and Adds New Games Mable & the Wood, HoverShock, and Trident’s Wake to Its Award-Winning Lineup


Indie Publisher Is Scheduling Business Meetings at This Year’s GDC and PAX East


Vancouver and Los Angeles – March 4, 2019 – Independent video game publisher, Graffiti Games, revealed today that it has signed three new titles for 2019, which include Mable & the Wood from Triplevision Games, HoverShock from CanPlay, and Trident’s Wake from Bacus Studios. Graffiti’s most recent addition, Trident’s Wake recently launched into Early Access and is available at


Graffiti, which was established in February of 2018, is looking for more amazing titles to add to its portfolio and is scheduling business meetings at this year’s Game Developers Conference (GDC) and PAX East.


“It’s amazing that one year ago we launched the company and we now have six remarkable titles in our portfolio,” said Alex Josef, CEO of Graffiti Games. “We had huge success launching our first three titles and we’re really excited about our latest additions, which demonstrate the diversity of our portfolio. Hopefully fans will appreciate these games as well and we will continue to add more quality titles to the list!”


For more information on Graffiti and the company’s games please visit, or the Graffiti Twitter page.


About Graffiti Games

Graffiti Games is an independent video game publisher comprised of industry veterans that understand what it takes to launch a successful indie game. We view game publishing as a collaborative effort between our team and developers and strive to ensure everyone benefits from a game’s success. The company has launched award-winning games, including The King’s Bird, Joggernauts and Double Cross. To find out more about Graffiti and our titles please visit


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