Midnight City, the independent developer-focused publishing subsidiary of Majesco Entertainment, will have two booths, five games, collectible cards and free t-shirts at PAX East 2014, the publisher announced today.
Games on display will include the following:
- Avalanche 2: Super Avalanche, a cooperative 2D climbing platformer from Best Games, at booth 996
- High Strangeness, Barnyard Intelligence's action game that crossbreeds 8 and 16-bit aesthetics, at booth 996
- Krautscape, a racing game (pictured above) with bird-like flying cars from Mario von Rickenbach, at booth 996
- Organic Panic, Last Limb's game that pits a "quirky band" of fruit and vegetables against "a legion of of heavily armored fruit," at booth 398
- Videoball, Action Button Entertainment's "minimalist electronic sport" played with one stick and one button, at booth 993
Midnight City will also pass out five collector's cards to those who play games and talk to developers. Collect all five, and you can get a Midnight City t-shirt.
Developer Tim Rogers and Midnight City founder Casey Lynch will stream Videoball at Twitch's booth, 936, at 5 p.m. on Friday, April 11. That night at 7 p.m., the publisher will also host a community night at Harpoon Brewery.
For more on Midnight City and why it aims to be "more than just a game publisher," be sure to read our interview with Lynch. You can learn more about the developers working with Midnight City in our recent interview with the creators of Costume Quest 2 at Double Fine Productions and Gone Home at The Fullbright Company.
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