Play Nindie Games and Interview Game Devs to Kick Off PAX West at Nindies@Night

Nintendo’s Event Celebrates Indie Games and
The Creative Teams Behind Them

–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Nintendo:

WHAT:

   

On Sept. 1 at the EMP Museum in Seattle, Nintendo is kicking off
PAX West by hosting its Nindies@Night event for the second year in
a row. By attending, you can play some of the most anticipated
indie games for Wii U and Nintendo 3DS, and interview developers
that brought these imaginative games to life.

 
The following games will be playable at the Nindies@Night event:
 

Axiom Verge from Thomas Happ Games (Wii U)

Jotun: Valhalla Edition from Thunder Lotus Games (Wii U)

Shantae Half-Genie Hero from WayForward / XSEED (Wii U)

World to the West from Rain Games (Wii U)

FAST Racing Neo – Neo Future Pack from Shin’en Multimedia
(Wii U)

SteamWorld Heist from Image & Form (Wii U)

Severed from DrinkBox Studios (Wii U / Nintendo 3DS)

Punch Club from tiny Build Games (Nintendo 3DS)

Runbow Pocket from 13AM Games (Nintendo 3DS)

Azure Striker GUNVOLT 2 from INTI CREATES (Nintendo 3DS)

Noitu Love: Devolution from MP2 Games (Nintendo 3DS)

Gurumin: A Monstrous Adventure from Mastiff (Nintendo 3DS)

 
A giant screen in the EMP Museum’s beautiful Sky Church room will be
used throughout the night, displaying game-play footage, trailers
and fun social media interactions. There will even be a raffle for
the chance to win fun prizes. Food and beverages will also be served.
 
Additionally, all attendees will also have access to EMP’s Indie
Game Revolution exhibit, which includes newly installed games from
the Nintendo independent community.
 

WHO:

Fans, indie developers, Nintendo representatives

 

WHEN:

Sept. 1

8 p.m.-midnight (open to the public)
 

WHERE:

EMP Museum

325 Fifth Ave. N
Seattle, WA 98109
 

VISUALS:

  • Fans and developers gathered in the massive 70-foot high Sky Church
    room in the EMP Museum.
  • People playing all types of popular indie games and speaking with game
    developers.

Contacts

Golin
Rich George, 415-318-4342 (office)
rgeorge@golin.com