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November 2016

PAX AUS Indies 2016: Primal Carnage: Onslaught

Us lucky Aus PAX-goers were the first public test subjects for Primal Carnage: Onslaught, the VR iteration of the dinosaur wave-shooter Primal Carnage: Extinction under collaboration with Melbourne developers Pub Games. Read on

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PAX AUS Indies 2016: Damsel

While the AAA releases at PAX AUS were a bit lacking this year compared to previous years, the Indie developers in the PAX Rising area definitely picked up the slack for us, with a massive array of emerging and successful talent on show. I was very lucky to be able to interview one of those talents last weekend. Screwtape Studios are the brain-child behind one of the games that highlighted my entire PAX experience: Damsel. Read on

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PAX AUS Indies 2016: Death Squared

Death Squared is a cooperative puzzle game where you play as cuboid robots who are attempting to reach separate exits without accidentally killing each other; putting friendships and problem-solving skills to the ultimate test! Read on

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PAX AUS Indies 2016: Abi

Abi is the story about quite possibly the cutest tiny robot in any media since Wall-E. A heavily story-driven, 2D side-scrolling puzzle game, Abi is set in a world that used to be full of life. Read on

PAX AUS Indies 2016: CHROMA SHIFT

As soon as Luke and I picked up our controllers for CHROMA SHIFT, we were instantly dumbfounded about what we were doing and what the purposes of the game was. Little robots jumping around, falling off ledges , changing colors, dying, re-spawning... basically, we were a mess. But it didn't take long for us to find our feet. Read on

PAX AUS 2016: Final War TCG

Final War is a new TCG that has been developed and created right here in Australia that stands out from the crowd with some interesting play and mechanics. Wielding a 50 card play deck and drawing on fate (quite literally) every round, this was an awesome addition to PAX 2016. Read on

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PAX AUS Indies 2016: Depth VR

Just watching sharks burst out of nowhere and rip a poor scuba diver in half on the main screen made me feel uneasy about trying Depth VR , but then again that's the kind of feeling developers Digital Confectioners are trying to achieve in delivering a suspenseful video game experience. Read on

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