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PAX Aus Indie Showcase Winners

The PAX Aus Indie Showcase Winners have been announced. With only a few months to go until the biggest Gaming expo of the season, Pax Aus info is coming through hard and fast.

Pax Aus Indie Showcase

 The Pax Aus Indie Showcase highlights the most unique and worthy independent games to come out of the Australian/New Zealand regions.

The 6 titles have been selected by a panel of gaming industry peers from a pool of 60 submissions.

Antichamber

Pax Aus Indie Showcase
Developed by Alexander Bruce

Antichamber is a mind-bending psychological exploration game where nothing can be taken for granted. Discover an Escher-like world where hallways wrap around upon each other, spaces reconfigure themselves, and accomplishing the impossible may just be the only way forward.
http://www.antichamber-game.com

Black Annex

Pax Aus Indie Showcase
Developed by Man Fight Dragon

Black Annex is an action strategy game where the player operates the hands-on business of corporate sabotage and infiltration. Manage company resources, customise and outfit your agents before deploying them to steal, destroy, kidnap and kill as the mission and your own choices dictate.

The player will need to divide their time between taking care of business at Black Annex where they’ll be represented by the PERSONA of their choice from their collection of agents, and then taking direct control of up-to five agents deployed to various missions spanning a number of unique, corporate locations.
http://www.blackannex.net

Duet

Pax Aus Indie Showcase
Developed by Kumobius

DUET is a fast-paced, classical arcade flyer. Your survival is dependent on protecting two vessels – they are devices in sync, a dance and song between two entities tethered together in symbiosis. Return to an age of high scores and edge of your seat terror where the world around you becomes quiet and numb as all that matters is the game living between your palms.
http://www.kumobius.com

Fractured Soul

Pax Aus Indie Showcase
Developed by Endgame Studios

Fractured Soul is a retro style platform game like Mega Man, except that it is played across both screens of the 3DS at once. It features: 5 worlds – each with unique properties on the upper screen (such as inverted gravity), shmup sections, and online leaderboards to compete for the best speedrun times in the world.
http://www.fracturedsoul.com

InFlux

Pax Aus Indie Showcase
Developed by Impromptu Games

InFlux is a puzzle game that mixes exploration and puzzle platforming in a series of beautiful natural and abstract environments. You are a mysterious metal sphere which falls from the sky, traversing an apparently deserted island dotted with cubic structures of glass and steel. Each glasshouse is a puzzle to be solved.

http://www.impromptugames.com

MacGuffin’s Curse

Pax Aus Indie Showcase

Developed by Brawsome

When fugitive magician Lucas MacGuffin bungles a museum robbery, he finds himself bound to an ancient amulet, trapped in a city in high-tech lockdown, and suddenly fighting the urge to scratch himself. As a human, Lucas is agile and cunning. As a gigantic wolf, he’d rather smash anything in his way. Only by transforming between the two forms, cleverly utilising both sets of skills, will he stand any chance of lifting his curse.

Along the way he’ll need to befriend a hilarious cast of characters, convince the city its most beloved citizen is a terrifying criminal mastermind, and hardest of all, teach his daughter it isn’t funny to fill the fridge with dog food.
http://www.brawsome.com.au

Non-Fiction Gaming will be roaming the floor of PAX Aus so if you see any of us say hi. NFG Editor and former PAX enforcer has written, Why you should work for free at PAX. Be sure to check out the Humble Indie Bundles of the past.

Daniel Ryan
Daniel Ryanhttps://www.nonfictiongaming.com/author/nfgdan/
Daniel 'Sheriff Dan' Ryan is a long time Dungeon Master who has worked in Esports, Marketing, and writes about Gaming when the sun goes down.
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