We’re delighted to reveal more games from NFTS are heading to EGX. This year’s event, taking place at London’s ExCeL on the 17th - 20th October, is an opportunity for you to play a selection of games from the National Film and Television School.
Moon Eleven is a boss battle hack and slash, set in a fictional universe. The game centres around a shadow entity named Silhou, as he battles the 11 heroes of Moon Zeta to uncover his true identity.
Distinctly Regrettable Eventualities
Distinctly Regrettable Eventualities is a tactical farce where you must host a successful dinner party by any means necessary. You are Amalia Verstadt, ambitious and driven, intent on rising to the top of the social ladder through shrewd hosting (and some vase-throwing). Ensure your VIP’s happiness by keeping the food and drink flowing, all while fending off obstructive guests, burglary, harsh judgement of your floral decoration, and death. Can you make it all the way through the evening without disaster? Take up your champagne and mini-quiches and prepare to embrace chaos.
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‘Raising Hell’ is a fast-paced, real-time strategic chaos-party construction versus battler, where the player chooses their ‘hero’ from a range of evil deities and must overcome opponents to determine who is most malicious of them all. Players build temples to their own infernal egos using the souls of the damned by placing coloured blocks, themed to each character. Structures must reach and hold objective points (altars) before their rival in order to win a battle. By chaining blocks of the same colour together these villains can also charge up and use a various attack or defensive moves in order to sabotage their opponent or reinforce their own constructs. Adapting to your enemy’s strategy may be key if players want to ensure their victory and be crowned the evillest ruler of all!
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Thumb-Drive” is a Cyberpunk inspired, top-down action game. You play as Jean Idelle, a Bounty Hunter/Hacker who can enter an OVERDRIVE state where she can stop time, giving her an edge over her enemies. You must navigate through rooms and hallways filled with enemies, using your wits, resourcefulness and OVERDRIVE to succeed.
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Visit the What's On the page to discover everything that is coming to EGX this October.