Road to Gamescom: Indie Arena Games Preview
by - August 16, 2017 in

It’s only 2 weeks until Gamescom kicks off and we’re counting down the days. We’re also really excited to be able to get a first look and hands on go with all the video games that will be part of the Indie Arena Booth, which we’re Head Gold Sponsors of. This sponsorship allows us to not only be part of one of the biggest gaming events on the calender, but also to be able to support over 80 indie titles from creators across the globe. It’s a good gooey feeling.

We’ve created a special portal just for these indie game titles, which currently includes trailers and game-play footage, but will be getting more great highlights as Gamescom commences and when it’s complete. To head straight to the Indie Arena Booth portal, click on the image below.

Meanwhile, lets have a look at just some of the games that attendees at Gamescom will be able to interact with and that gamers will be able to play at home or on the move when they get released.

A Hat in Time is a cute-as-heck 3D platformer featuring a little girl who stitches hats for wicked powers! Freely explore giant worlds and recover Time Pieces to travel to new heights!

Next up is Necrosphere – a mini-metroidvania, played with only 2 keys is from Cat Nigiri and is to have an exclusive pre-launch during gamescom. Soon as Agent Terry Cooper hits the Necrosphere, he learns about the portals that can take him back to the world of the living (also called Normalsphere), and his quest to escape the afterlife is set.

We like a good spooky game, especially if it’s atmospheric and has a good story. Thankfully representing the spooks at Gamescom is A Room Beyond by René Bühling. This game is a dark fantasy point and click adventure game inspired by literature, art, games and movies in the genre of Victorian horror fiction. A novel story of crime, mystery and life-philosophy is told in five episodes which finally reveal into a complete story line.

Stay tuned for more great video game trailers and all the news from Gamesom. If you want to support indie video game creators, please share their trailers from the Indie Arena Booth Portal as it will really help spread the word about these talented teams who just want to make games that people enjoy and spread the fun!

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