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7th February 2019

Find out which games made the Leftfield Collection for EGX Rezzed 2019

The line-up of games for the Leftfield Collection 2019, the indie showcase that shines a light on games and projects that do things a little differently, has now been selected and you can find the full list below.

Thanks to sponsors SEGA, visitors to EGX Rezzed 2019 will be treated to an array of challenging, interesting and even downright weird games. Games like BALLOONBOUND, a fighting game about a bunch of dudes floating around in their undies throwing paper aeroplanes floating hybrid, or Octopad, an eight-player controller for the Nintendo Entertainment System that turns single-player games into multi-player parties.

Here's the complete list of games for this year's Collection.

  • Alone by Jason Sutherland, Richard Pieterse
  • BALLOONBOUND by Awkward Silence Games
  • Becalm by Colorfiction
  • Bird Alone by George Batchelor
  • CAN ANDROIDS PRAY by Natalie Clayton & Xalavier Nelson Jr
  • Cyberpet Graveyard by Alienmelon
  • Doggerland Radio by Amy Godliman
  • Drink More Glurp by CATASTROPHIC OVERLOAD
  • Exhaustlands by Sand Gardeners
  • Frog Detective 2: The Case of the Invisible Wizard by Worm Club
  • Garden by Biome Collective
  • Haunted Garage by Jean de Wet & Richard Pieterse
  • MOMENTS by Sam Wong
  • Nth Dimension[al] Hiking by Zachariah Chandler
  • OMNO by Jonas Manke
  • Pattern by Ice Water Games
  • Pokey Dokey Paradise by Ludipe and Karen bitmOO
  • Tevi by Those Metamakers
  • The Octopad by Patrick LeMieux
  • Void of Memory by Julia Makivic
  • Wardialler by Nervous Testpilot
  • Thank you to everyone who took the time to submit their games. Entries for the Leftfield Collection at EGX 2020 will open later this year.

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