PAX Australia’s Indie Showcase Winners for 2017 Announced

If you’re heading to PAX Australia this year, you can indulge yourself in these awesome Australasian-developed games! So awesome, in fact, that they’ve won themselves a place in the PAX Australia Indie Showcase!

Here’s who you can expect to find this year:


Forts from EarthWorks Games


Brisbane-developed, Forts has been present at PAX Aus the last couple of years and it’s back again on centre stage! This physics-based, real-time strategy game lets your create forts with heavy artillery and fortification to defeat enemies and friends in the solo campaign and online multiplayer.


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Grabity from Ninja Thumbs Ltd.


Based in Auckland, New Zealand, Grabity is a 2-4 player, physics-based arena brawler where you grab nearby debris to defeat our enemies in different gravitational conditions!

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Projection from Shadowplay Studios Pty Ltd


Follow a shadow puppet through this puzzle-platformer while you manipulate the light and shadows to get around the world.


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Sky Noon from Lunar Rooster


Sky Noon is a first-person shooter, multiplayer game à la Super Smash Brothers, where you battle your opponents on Wild West-themed platforms using lassos and grappling hooks.


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The Gardens Between from The Voxel Agents


Traversing backwards and forwards through time, best friends Arina and Frendt journey through this adventure/puzzle game learning what it means to grow up.


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Virtually Impossible from Growl Interactive


This VR party game where you involve yourself in activities such as a kart race of impossible challenges and obstacles that both players and their audience will enjoy experiencing.


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