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Posted October 15, 2015 by Adam Ghiggino in News
 
 

Surprise Attack announces PAX Australia 2015 Lineup


Local label Surprise Attack has been the champion of many great independent indie games over the last few years, and today have announced their lineup for PAX Australia 2015, in Melbourne from 30 October.

From their press release, their games on show include:

  • Dungeon League – takes everything that is awesome about dungeon crawling and spews it out as 10 minutes of chaotic, multiplayer, party-game action. Showing on PC. In Early Access now. Launching on PC and consoles in 2016. (PAX RISING BOOTH #12)
  • Hacknet – an immersive, terminal based hacking simulator using real Unix commands. Showing on PC. Available now on PC. (AUSTRALIAN INDIE SHOWCASE, PAX RISING BOOTH #AIS05)
  • Rogue Continuum – four borderline psychopaths travel through time to save Earth from destruction in this co-operative roguelike planet-crawler. Showing on PC. In Early Access now. Launching on PC and consoles in 2016. (PAX RISING BOOTH #INT7)
  • Screencheat – a split screen shooter where everyone is invisible and you have to screen cheat. Showing on Xbox One & PS4. Available now on PC. Coming to Consoles in 2016. (PAX RISING BOOTH #19)
  • Super Mutant Alien Assault – the citizen kane of Super Crate Box clones. Showing on PC. In Early Access now. Launching on PC and consoles in 2016. (PAX RISING BOOTH #INT7)
  • Vertiginous Golf – arguably the finest dystopian steampunk mini golf adventure game ever created. Showing on PC. Available now on PC, Mac and Linux. (PAX RISING BOOTH #INT7)
  • Western Press – four second quick-time duels in the wildest of wests. Showing on PC. Launching on PC in 2016. (PAX RISING BOOTH #43)

Be sure to visit their main Surprise Attack booth on the floor to chat to the team and pick up merch, as well as their other games, spread around PAX Rising!


Adam Ghiggino

 
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