Once again, PAX East came and gone. We got the chance to check some of the wonderful indie games which were offered at the conference. There were a lot of nice games with artful clicks and some weird patterns but here are the top indie games we found at PAX East 2018 in our opinion.
Just Shapes & Beats
This is not the first time the game appeared in the conference but we tried it for the first time. The only goal in this game is to survive a whole song by dodging the obstacles you face. Just keep moving and dodging. It is currently available on Nintendo Switch and will soon be available on steam.
Jenny LeClue – Detectivú
This game has some adorable graphics that you’ll love while playing. This game is a story focused adventure in which you explore the mysteries and relationship of characters as the game progresses. A demo of the game is available on iTunes for iOS devices. A full version will be available later this year. The game will be releasing on PlayStation 4, iOS, Microsoft Windows, Linux, Macintosh operating systems, and Android. You can add it to your wishlist on steam.
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A Fold Apart
This game is based on the true story of the game developer and his wife. It is an emotional puzzle and you get to see the ups and downs and everything a long-distance relationship has to offer.
This game is one of those where the developers take a classic genre game and turn it into a revolutionary one. This has to be the most creative indie game of the ones we saw in the conference. To complete the puzzles, you have to shape yourself and the world around you in the game. It will be releasing on Nintendo Switch, Microsoft Windows, and Macintosh operating systems. Add it to your wishlist on steam.
This has to be the most bizarre game of the year in PAX East 2018. You play as a red oval with jello legs. You can just go annoy fellow people or can actually help them in your quest. The favors can be basic as they get or intense in a way that you may even resist a government for your fellows.