We dropped by PAX South two weekends ago to check out the scene - and show off Blade Ballet to some cool new people. Over the course of the event, we met awesome indie devs, enjoyed the Texas sunshine, and received great press coverage.
Eric Van Allen over at Gaming Trend wrote two great pieces.
"Born from a late-night tech demo involving boxes and knives, DreamSail Games’ Blade Ballet is deceptively simple. Four robots enter, one… well, it doesn’t exactly leave, but it doesn’t get diced, impaled, or imploded either."
"Also shown are some drones that will dot the outside of another arena, Aero Meadow. Whether they’ll affect the arena in any way is unclear, but they are small and adorable."
We also made it onto Paste Magazine's list of the Best Games of PAX South 2016!
While we were there, we spent time chatting with Galvanic Games (makers of Gurgamoth Lives), Big Friendly Games (showing off Rivals of Aether), Nonadecimal Creative (currently working on Automata Empire), Superdupergc (creator of Black Ice), Surprise Attack (showing off Western Press and others), Sombr Studio (who are running a Kickstarter for Invisgun Heroes at this very moment!), and more.
We took a ton of pictures to capture the experience for the folks back home.
Check out our album on Flickr for more great PAX South pics.
Enjoyed PAX South? Missed out this year? Let us know!