Pick-up-and-play endless shooter Blast 'Em Bunnies, 3D strategy game Cubemen 2 and action-adventure game Orbitor will be on display and ready to play at PAX East, Sydney-based developer Nnooo announced today.
In Blast 'Em Bunnies, players must keep their bunny alive and defend its burrow against enemy rabbits. Bunnies are armed with weapons such as carrot rifles, watermelon pop machine guns and turnip mortars. Players collect coins to upgrade their weapons and purchase more ammo. The game is currently slated for launch on Nintendo 3DS, PlayStation 4 and PlayStation Vita in Australia, Europe, New Zealand and the U.S. this year.
Wii U title Cubemen 2, developed by 3 Sprockets, puts players in charge of an army of Cubemen. The game features a single and multiplayer mode, online matches and user-generated content. The game is already available on iOS devices, Linux, Mac and Windows PC and is a cross-play title. When the Wii U edition launches as a downloadable title in the second quarter of this year, players will have access to every user-generated level created on other platforms since launch.
Evil Aliens' space-themed game, Orbitor, will be available to play on Windows PC. In Orbitor, players use a space probe to lock onto objects and destroy them in order to gather their "energy life forms." The game has already been approved on Steam Greenlight for the Linux, Mac and Windows versions. Other platforms and a release date have not yet been announced for Orbitor, though the game is expected to launch for consoles, handhelds and PC later this year.
All three games will be playable at booth 118. PAX East takes place in Boston, Mass., from April 11-13, where Polygon will be reporting on-site.