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4th March 2015

Five indie games coming to EGX Rezzed courtesy of Mastertronic

Indie publishers Mastertronic has today revealed the playable games it's planning to bring to this year's EGX Rezzed.

Heading up the list is Over 9000 Zombies!, combining anarchic arcade action with the clever strategy of tower-defence. Prepare your zombie contingency plan and get ready to blast, bomb and incinerate the endless hordes by night, build weaponized turrets by day and outlive your fellow survivors for bragging rights.

Next is a firm favourite from last year's EGX, Kitty Powers’ Matchmaker. Run your very own matchmaking agency with the help of fabulous drag queen diva Kitty Powers. Match a parade of desperate clients with candidates from Kitty’s little black book and guide them through awkward conversations and dating dilemmas.

Step into the cockpit of a lone gunship as Sublevel Zero debuts with the Oculus Rift at Rezzed. Navigate your way through a labyrinth of procedurally-generated 3D levels, puzzles and foes to source valuable ancient artefacts. Descend into a vast underground facility in your mission to loot and craft ancient technology which holds the key to your clan’s survival.

Step into the shoes of demon hunting bad boy Doug McGrave in The Weaponographist, a high-speed, dangerous, dungeon-crawler. To overcome a curse, you’ll need to fight your way through the dungeon, using weapons and spells dropped by enemies. Fill up your combo meter by defeating the hordes, vanquish demons to regain your strength and weaken the curse while you can.

Finally we have Discstorm, an arena combat game requiring split-second reactions to dodge flying discs as they ricochet around at breakneck speed. Grab up to three friends and challenge them to intense multi-player death-matches. Alternatively, the single player adventure boasts diverse settings such as haunted mansions and pirate ships - all of which come with their own formidable enemies and epic boss fights.

Tickets for all three days of Rezzed are available here.

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