The Indie MEGABOOTH (IMB) organizers have revealed their 8th Annual PAX East Showcase lineup, taking place March 28-31, 2019, at the Boston Convention and Exhibition Center. This year’s IMB Showcase will feature 78 titles from teams located in 18 different countries. To celebrate the official unveiling, the curation organizers have released a teaser trailer listing most of the titles that fans can expect to play during the four-day event:

A long-form IMB gameplay montage video, that will feature nearly all games — at least those that have been announced — is slated to drop next week along with the final IMB floor plan that maps out the individual MEGABOOTH booths in IMB’s massive 7,000-square-foot space.


MEGABOOTH (listed in alphabetical order):

  1. Aftercharge ** (Chainsawesome Games)
  2. Afterparty (Night School Studio)
  3. Anew: The Distant Light (Resonator)
  4. Astrologaster ** (Nyamyam)
  5. AVARIAvs ** (Juncture Media)
  6. Bite the Bullet * (Mega Cat Studios)
  7. Bloodroots ** (Paper Cult)
  8. BOMBFEST ** (Sudden Event Studios
  9. Close To The Sun ** (STORM IN A TEACUP)
  10. Cosmo’s Quickstop (Big Sir Games)
  11. Dangerous Driving * (Three Fields Entertainment)
  12. Deliver Us The Moon: Fortuna (KeokeN Interactive)
  13. DeMagnete VR ** (BitCake Studio)
  14. Evergate ** (Stone Lantern Games LLC)
  15. Fling to the Finish * (SplitSide Games)
  16. Flotsam ** (Pajama Llama Games)
  17. Freedom Finger * (Wide Right Interactive
  18. From Rust ** (Razbury Games)
  19. Fugl ** (Team Fugl)
  20. Get in the Car, Loser! (Love Conquers All Games)
  21. Gunhead ** (Alientrap Games)
  22. Joggernauts ** (Space Mace)
  23. Kaisuo (Team Lantern)
  24. Keen ** (Cat Nigiri
  25. KUNAI * (TurtleBlaze)
  26. Later Daters * (Bloom Digital Media)
  27. Moving Out * (SMG Studio)
  28. Necrosphere Deluxe (Cat Nigiri)
  29. One Finger Death Punch 2 ** (Silver Dollar Games)
  30. Out of Space ** (Behold Studios)
  31. Quantum League * (NGD Studios)
  32. Shadow Brawlers ** (Team Guazu)
  33. Shortest Trip to Earth ** (Interactive Fate)
  34. Skellboy ** (Umaiki Games)
  35. Speed Brawl * (Double Stallion Games)
  36. Stacks On Stacks (On Stacks) (Ian & Elie)
  37. Star Renegades ** (Massive Damage, Inc.
  38. Starship Commander: Arcade (Human Interact LLC)
  39. STAY ** (Appnormals Team)
  40. Super Crush KO ** (Vertex Pop)
  41. Tales of the Neon Sea ** (Palm Pioneer)
  42. The Church in the Darkness ** (Paranoid Productions)
  43. The Inner Friend ** (PLAYMIND)
  44. The Messenger ** (Sabotage Studio Inc.)
  45. The World Next Door ** (Rose City Games)
  46. Tin Hearts * (Rogue Sun)
  47. Trailmakers ** (Flashbulb)
  48. Unannounced Title * (Flight School Studio)
  49. Unannounced Title * (Litebox LLC)
  50. Unannounced Title * (Pillow Castle Games)
  51. UnderMine ** (Thorium)
  52. WHAT THE GOLF? ** (Triband)
  53. Wytchwood ** (Alientrap Games)
  54. ZED ** (Eagre Games)


MINIBOOTH Thursday & Friday (listed in alphabetical order):

  1. Backworlds ** (Logic Ember)
  3. Half Past Fate * (Serenity Forge)
  4. Mirages of Winter * (Mirari Games)
  5. Quench ** (Axon Interactive)
  6. Roterra ** (Dig-iT! Game
  7. Shadow Fencer Theatre ** (ShuddaHaddaLottaFun)
  8. SiNKR 2 ** (Wahler Digital)
  9. Sky Racket ** (Double Dash Studios)
  10. Spring & Flow ** (SPARSE//GameDev)
  11. Suzy Cube (NorthernBytes Software)
  12. while True: learn() * (


MINIBOOTH Saturday & Sunday (listed in alphabetical order):

  1. 0°N 0°W * (Colorfiction)
  2. 39 Days to Mars (It’s Anecdotal)
  3. Arcade Spirits (Fiction Factory Games)
  4. Emily is Away <3 * (Kyle Seeley)
  5. Hamsterdam ** (Muse Games)
  6. Headliner: NoviNews ** (Unbound Creations LLC)
  7. One Step From Eden (Thomas Moon Kang)
  8. REZ PLZ ** (Long Neck Games)
  9. SkateBIRD * (Glass Bottom Games)
  10. Sole ** (Gossamer Games
  11. Summoners Fate (D20Studios, LLC)
  12. Where the Bees Make Honey ** (Wakefield Interactive)

* Denotes titles that will be publicly playable for the first time either globally or in North Americ
** Titles that will showcase a new demo/content/level/features/environment/etc.


“PAX East will always have a special place in our hearts since that’s where the very first MEGABOOTH made its debut back in 2012!” exclaimed Kelly Wallick, CEO and founder of Indie MEGABOOTH. “IMB has certainly come a long way, but it never gets old seeing the excitement our dev teams feel from successfully showing their games. Thanks to the support network we’ve built, and through the dedication of so many indie allies these showcases continue to be an important stepping stone for many teams and a supportive community throughout the year. It’s amazing to see the diversity not only in the types of games we’ve curated for the lineup, but also in the international reach of people represented among both the developer side but also our stellar volunteer team.”


IMB showcases are made possible thanks to generous sponsorships and partnerships from companies that see the importance of creating a sustainable independent game development ecosystem. It is thanks to returning partners at PlayStation and [email protected], as well as Discord, Kartridge, Legion by Lenovo, Oculus, Unreal Engine/Epic Games, and Tencent that the MEGABOOTH continues to be a resource for so many international dev teams.

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