PAX Prime Indie Megabooth will feature Sometimes Always Monsters, Below, and more

The Indie Megabooth is making its return to PAX Prime and will feature over 40 playable games, including the follow-up to Vagabond's Always Sometimes Monsters.

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PAX Prime is just a couple of weeks away and that means the Indie Megabooth will be making its return to the event. This is the fourth year that the Megabooth has had a strong presence at the event, with over 40 indie games set to be displayed. Those include recent releases like 17-Bit's Galak-Z: The Dimensional, as well as upcoming releases like Capybara's Xbox One exclusive, Below, and the virtual reality nailbiter, Keep Talking and Nobody Explodes.

The Indie Megabooth will also play host to the first public reveal of Vagabond Dog's Sometimes Always Monsters, the follow-up to the developer's previous dark, decision-based effort, Always Sometimes Monsters. On top of that, there will be a dedicated Indie Minibooth and Tabletop station, as well as a documentary screening of Thank You For Playing, a film based on the making of That Dragon, Cancer, on August 30 at 8PM PT.

Here's the full list of games that will be present at this year's Indie Megabooth.

Indie Megabooth

  • Armello - League of Geeks
  • Awesomenauts - Ronimo Games
  • Barkley 2 - Tales of Game's
  • BELOW - Capybara Games
  • Butt Sniffin Pugs - SpaceBeagles
  • Captain Forever Remix - Pixelsaurus Games & Future Crayon
  • Chasm - Discord Games, Inc.
  • D4: Dark Dreams Don't Die - PLAYISM
  • Darknet - E McNeill
  • Death Road to Canada - Rocketcat LLC
  • Distance - Refract
  • Due Process - Giant Enemy Crab
  • Eco - Strange Loop Games Inc
  • Galak-Z - 17-BIT
  • Gang Beasts - Boneloaf
  • Hyper Light Drifter - Heart Machine
  • Infinifactory - Zachtronics
  • Kathy Rain - Raw Fury
  • Keep Talking and Nobody Explodes - Steel Crate Games, Inc.
  • La-Mulana 2 - PLAYISM
  • Ladykiller in a Bind - Love Conquers All Games
  • Mini Metro - Dinosaur Polo Club
  • Moon Hunters - Kitfox Games
  • Mushroom 11 - Untame
  • Nova Blitz - Dragon Foundry
  • playsets. - the playsets team, llc
  • Rising Thunder - Radiant Entertainment
  • Shoot Shoot Mega Pack - Jon Remedios
  • Sometimes Always Monsters - Vagabond Dog
  • Stonehearth - Radiant Entertainment
  • That Dragon, Cancer - Numinous Games
  • The Magic Circle - Question LLC
  • The Westport Independent - Double Zero One Zero
  • Through the Woods - Antagonist
  • To Leave - Freaky Creations
  • Tumblestone - The Quantum Astrophysicists Guild
  • Ultimate Chicken Horse - Clever Endeavour Games
  • Universe Sandbox ² - Giant Army
  • Viking Squad - Slick Entertainment Inc
  • Wattam - Funomena
  • XING: The Land Beyond - White Lotus Interactive
  • YIIK: A Postmodern RPG - Ackk Studios

Indie Minibooth

  • Absolute Drift - Funselektor Labs Inc.
  • Antihero - Tim Conkling
  • Brigador - Stellar Jockeys
  • Burly Men at Sea - Brain&Brain
  • Celestial Tear: Demon's Revenge - White Guardian Studios LLC
  • Check-in, Knock-out - Lionade Games
  • Circa Infinity - Kenny Sun
  • Cloud Grove - bromoco
  • Evergreen - Siege Sloth Games
  • FutureGrind - Milkbag Games
  • Gnomoria - Robotronic Games
  • Interstellaria - Coldrice games LLC
  • Into the Stars - Fugitive Games
  • Inversus - Hypersect
  • Metro Warp - Another Yeti Inc
  • One More Line - SMG Studio
  • Pillar - MichaelArts
  • Poly Bridge - Dry Cactus
  • Sublevel Zero - Sigtrap
  • Super Chibi Knight - PestoForce
  • The King's Bird - Serenity Forge
  • Timespinner - Lunar Ray Games LLC
  • Together: Amna & Saif - Mount Olympus Games
  • VA-11 HALL-A - Sukeban Games

Indie Tabletop

  • Cinelinx: A Card Game For People Who Love Movies - Cinelinx Media
  • Cogs in a Machine - Mikeware
  • Gruff - Studio Woe
  • Mech Deck - Off the Shelf
  • Monikers - Palm Court
  • Paperback - Tim Fowers
  • Pleasant Dreams - Aerjen Games
  • Skiptrace - Skiptrace
  • Skulldug! - Ruddy Games
  • Steamcraft - Rock Manor Games

PAX Prime will run in Seattle, WA from August 28-31. For more, check out the video below.

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