gamescom is a space not only for the big, AAA, expensive titles, but also for the little guys trying to make a name for themselves in the always-bustling independent scene. For this year’s event, publisher Ravenscourt is bringing with them six unique titles to the gamescom Indie Arena Booth, an interactive experience meant to supplant the personal experience of going through booths in person before the pandemic ruined everything. You can even go from booth to booth to interact with the local AI NPCs, who will provide you with more details for the games.
Check out the the six Ravenscourt games from different developers across the world, and what experiences they hold for each and every kind of gamer.
Ravenscourt gamescom Indie Arena Booths:
- Dice Legacy – (developed by DESTINYbit): Lead your realm by rolling the dice – literally, because the dice rolls determining your fate aren’t happening in the background but are one of the main gameplay elements of Dice Legacy. Discover uncharted lands and guide your loyal subjects.
- ProtoCorgi – (developed by Kemono Games): ProtoCorgi is a retro-style pixel art, horizontal shoot ‘em up with arcade gameplay that gives the player control over Bullet, a C3 class (Cute Cybernetic Corgi) pup.
- Night is Coming – (developed by Wild Forest Studio): A survival, building and development simulation set in a fantasy world. It is inspired by Slavic mythology and the mystique of the Carpathian region.
- Siege Survival – (developed by Black Eye Games): A small group of civilians are trapped in the only remaining stronghold and are the last source of hope for the defending troops hanging on for dear life.
- Relicta – (developed by Mighty Polygon): A first-person physics-based puzzle game where you need to creatively combine magnetism and gravity in order to unravel the secrets of Chandra Base.
- Road 96 – (developed by DigixArt): Summer 1996, today is the day. You hit the road. Adventure. Freedom. Escape. Run. Flee the Regime. Try to survive.
You can check out more of the independent titles featured in the Indie Arena Booth here. The gamescom Indie Arena Booth experience is free to enjoy for everyone with access to a browser, and you can check that out for yourself here.