Here’s some of the AMAZING indie gaming goodness lined up for GAAM! XD
Big congrats to Prisma from SCAD-Atlanta for taking the grand prize at the E3 2014 College Game Competition! We were extremely excited to meet them, and even more excited that they will be showing off their amazing game, Prisma, at GAAM! Be sure to stop buy and try out their game and pick their brains. 😀
Noble Whale Studios is working on a cool game called “Grabbles” and it’s coming to GAAM!
Grabbles uses a simple mechanic: players interact with the environment by pulling themselves and others around with sticky elastic arms. Each Grabble is equipped with two stretchy appendages that are controlled using the thumbsticks and fired using the triggers of any USB controller, or with right and left mouse clicks. The character is built from a system of connected springs and responds dynamically to players and the environment. This 2-D platformer has a play style that encourages flow control and quick reflexes. Grabbles is easy to pick up and hard to put down. It provides an immersive, colorful world to explore, full of challenging environments for the casual player as well as an exhilarating and highly competitive multiplayer experience for the hard-core gamer.
You can help them and vote for them on Steam Greenlight here.
Typically GAAM focus more on video games. If it’s not video game related…we won’t even let it in. But even if this card game from Passion Project didn’t have any video game inspiration, (which it has boatloads of!) we’d still let it in! It just looks that damn cool! 😀
Everybody, be sure to give a great big welcome to Orlando Indie Game Developer, Astro Crow!
Astro Crow will be in the Indie Games section of GAAM, showing off “The Last Ace of Space” and “Farty Pig”! That’s right, “Farty Pig”. We really don’t know how to write about that.
Anyways, here’s a quick trailer for their game, “The Last Ace of Space”. We can’t wait to try it first hand!