Indie MegaBooth Pax West 2019 Lineup Revealed

Friday, August 9th, 2019

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Indie MegaBooth has unveiled their lineup for their annual showcase at PAX West. For the 2019 event, they will have almost 70 indie titles in the MegaBooth. As always, they are proud to shine a spotlight on these indie titles and hidden gems. 2019 marks the eighth year in a row that Indie MegaBooth has done this indie showcase. The showcase will be going on from August 30th through September 2nd at PAX West in Seattle. They have released a short trailer, with a long form video of all announced games coming sometime next week. Here is the trailer:

 

Kelly Wallick, the CEO and founder of Indie MEGABOOTH commented on the annual showcase:

“We’re very excited about returning to PAX West in Seattle over Labor Day weekend! It’s one of our favorite video game events in North America, and we’re bringing an all-star International line-up of indie games for fans to discover. The MEGABOOTH has become a hub of inspiration and offers camaraderie that PAX attendees love to check out year after year.  It’s with the support of our dedicated volunteer network, our generous Alumni dev teams and sponsors that we’re able to keep coming back in a bigger — and better — way each year. I can speak with confidence that we’re pumped to welcome the newcomers to the IMB community and we hope that attendees carve out time to get a chance to play these stellar indie titles and meet the developers behind each game.” 

 

Finally, here are the lists of currently announced games that will be in the Indie MegaBooth at PAX West 2019, quoted from their press release:

* Denotes titles that will be publicly playable for the first time either globally or in North America
** Titles that will showcase a new demo/content/level/features/environment/etc.

MEGABOOTH (listed in alphabetical order):

  1. A Fold Apart ** (Lightning Rod Games)
  2. Arcade Spirits ** (Fiction Factory Games)
  3. Backbone * (EggNut)
  4. Bravery Network Online ** (GLOAM)
  5. CAKE BASH * (Coatsink / High Tea Frog)
  6. Cat Lady ** (Rose City Games)
  7. Cook, Serve, Delicious! 3?! * (Vertigo Gaming Inc.)
  8. Creature in the Well ** (Flight School Studio)
  9. Drawdog [working title] * (Greg Lobanov)
  10. Dunk Lords ** (Story Fort LLC)
  11. Elsinore ** (Golden Glitch Studios)
  12. Errant Kingdom * (Lunaris Games Ltd)
  13. Falcon Age ** (Outerloop Games)
  14. Frog Detective 2: The Case of the Invisible Wizard ** (WORM CLUB)
  15. Get in the Car, Loser! ** (Love Conquers All Games)
  16. Haven * (The Game Bakers)
  17. Heaven Will Be Mine ** (Worst Girls Games)
  18. Hot Routes: VR Football * (SCREAMING_SNAKE Games)
  19. Kine ** (Chump Squad)
  20. Later Daters ** (Bloom Digital)
  21. Monster Prom 2: Monster Camp * (Beautiful Glitch)
  22. Mutazione ** (Die Gute Fabrik)
  23. Nibblity * (Leaftail Labs Inc.)
  24. Ninja Legends ** (Coinflip Studios)
  25. Out of Space ** (Behold Studios)
  26. PHOGS! ** (Coatsink / Bitloom)
  27. Plunge ** (Spooky Buns)
  28. Praey for the Gods ** (No Matter Studios)
  29. Quantum League ** (NGD Studios)
  30. Reigns: The Council * (Nerial)
  31. RoboCo ** (Filament Games)
  32. Roundguard ** (Wonderbelly Games)
  33. Skellboy ** (Umaiki Games and Fabraz)
  34. SMUSH.TV ** (Cyberian Studios)
  35. Softly, with Teeth ** (Studio Chiffon)
  36. Spiritfarer ** (Thunder Lotus)
  37. SUPERLIMINAL ** (Pillow Castle)
  38. The World Next Door (Rose City Games)
  39. Touch Type Tale – Strategic Typing * (Pumpernickel Studio)
  40. Trials of Fire * (Whatboy Games)
  41. TwinCop (Finite Reflection Studios)
  42. UnderMine ** (Thorium Entertainment)
  43. Until You Fall * (Schell Games)
  44. Wave Break ** (Funktronic Labs)
  45. Wooden Nickel ** (Brain&Brain)

MINIBOOTH Friday & Saturday (listed in alphabetical order):

  1. Calico * (CatBean Games)
  2. Cosmoteer: Starship Architect & Commander ** (Walternate Realities)
  3. Lumote ** (Luminawesome Games)
  4. LUNA The Shadow Dust * (Lantern Studio)
  5. Neon Noodles * (Vivid Helix)
  6. Nova Drift ** (Chimeric)
  7. Prodeus ** (Bounding Box Software)
  8. Quench ** (Axon Interactive)
  9. Riverbond ** (Cococucumber)
  10. The Coma 2: Vicious Sisters * (Devespresso Games)
  11. while True: learn() ** (Luden.io)
  12. Wintermoor Tactics Club ** (EVC)

MINIBOOTH Sunday & Monday (listed in alphabetical order):

  1. A Sound Plan ** (Studio Kumiho)
  2. Aeon’s End ** (Handelabra Games Inc.)
  3. Catadel ** (Bad Optics Games)
  4. Emily is Away <3 ** (Kyle Seeley)
  5. Minute of Islands * (Studio Fizbin)
  6. Newt One ** (DevNAri LLC)
  7. Norman’s Night In ** (Bactrian Games)
  8. Sail Forth * (David Evans)
  9. Sons of Ra ** (Pharaoh Hound Games)
  10. Spring Falls ** (SPARSE//GameDev)
  11. Super Crush KO ** (Vertex Pop)
  12. The Klaxo Radio Hour ** (Haunted Ephemera)

 

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Michael is a veteran gamer in my early 30s, who grew up around video games, with fond memories of the oldies like the NES and SNES. He loves Nintendo but also plays a lot of games on his PC. Michael also enjoys going for walks or bike rides, and loves animals.

Michael is also a computer programmer. This started with a toy he got as a kid called PreComputer 1000 that was made by V-Tech. It had a simple programming mode which is what started him down the road of being a programmer! Michael can program in BASIC, Visual Basic, C++, C#, and is familiar with Java and Lua Script.

Putting programming and gaming together, Michael became a hobbyist game developer which may give him some good insights on game development! Most recently, he has been playing with the free version of the Unity engine (a powerful and easy-to-use game engine).

I love Nintendo but I also play a lot of game's on PC, many of which are on steam. My favorite Nintendo game's include Zelda, Metroid, and Smash Bros to name a few. On PC I love the Half-Life games, as well as most all of the Source Engine games just to name a few.