Double Fine and Capy teaming up with demos and merchandise at a PAX East booth

Double Fine Productions, developers of Brutal Legend, The Cave and the upcoming Dropchord, is teaming up with Capybara Games, developers of Super Time Force and Superbrothers: Sword & Sworcery EP, at PAX East this month to share a booth, demo games and sell merchandise, according to posts on the developers' websites.

The developers will share booth 992, where Double Fine will be demoing the just-announced Dropchord for the Kinect-like Leap Motion controller and Brutal Legend's recent PC port. Capy will have Super Time Force on hand.

The two independent developers will also be selling the Double Fine + Capy Bundle, a group of games from each developer available on Steam and bundled for $34.99. The games include Brutal Legend (currently $19.99), Psychonauts (currently $9.99), Stacking (currently $14.99), Costume Quest (currently $14.99), Critter Crunch (currently $6.99), Might & Magic Clash of Heroes (currently $5.99) and Superbrothers: Sword & Sworcery EP (currently $7.99).

Check out the video above to get a glimpse of the merchandise, including a t-shirt and a physical box of digital games, available to visitors at the Double Fine + Capy booth at PAX East.

PAX East 2013 will take place March 22-24 in Boston, and Polygon will be there to bring you all the news.

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