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Indie Megabooth heads to PAX East 2015 with over 75 tabletop and video games

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The Indie Megabooth is taking over PAX East for the fourth year in a row next month, with the 2015 incarnation of the complex set to feature games from more than 75 independent developers, the Megabooth's organizers announced today.

Once again, the booth will consist of three distinct areas: the Megabooth, Minibooth and Tabletop spaces. The 600-square-foot area for board games, built in partnership with the folks at Cards Against Humanity, will feature 11 titles. The list includes Divorce! The Game, created by the late Andrew Yoon. Twenty-three different indie games will be shown in the Minibooth, such as The Hole Story from Girls Make Games. And the Megabooth itself will play host to 45 games like Steel Crate Games' Keep Talking and Nobody Explodes, Vlambeer's Nuclear Throne and Timbre Interactive's Sentris.

The Indie Megabooth is sponsored by Alienware, PlayStation and Xbox. Check out the Indie Megabooth website for the list of all 79 games being exhibited this year, and watch the trailer above for more. PAX East 2015 will take place at the Boston Convention and Exhibition Center from March 6-8, and Polygon will be on hand to bring you all the latest from the show.

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