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The Gardens Between, City of Brass, Monster Prom Among MomoCon 2019 Indie Game Awards Finalists

The top 20 finalists of the fifth annual MomoCon Indie Game Awards Showcase will exhibit their games at MomoCon 2019, taking place Thursday – Sunday, May 23 – 26, 2018 at the Georgia World Congress Center in Atlanta. Developers will compete on the largest gaming exhibition floor in the southeast United States, hosting more than 38,000 unique attendees.

The finalists are:

  • Astoria Legends, Studio XV (Windows)

  • Blast Zone! Tournament, Victory Lap Games (Windows)

  • City of Brass, Uppercut Games Pty Ltd (Windows, PS4, Xbox One, Switch)

  • CrossCode, Radical Fish Games (Windows)

  • Eagle Island, Pixelnicks (Windows, Mac, Linux)

  • Escape Team, Hemmert (Android, iOS)

  • Evolution: The Video Game, North Star Digital Studios (Windows, Mac, Android, iOS)

  • FrostRunner, Think Arcade (Windows)

  • Headliner: NoviNews, Unbound Creations LLC (Windows, Mac)

  • Hexologic, MythicOwl (Windows, Mac, Android, iOS, Switch)

  • Immortal Darkness: Curse of the Pale King, Giant Space Monster (Windows)

  • La Rana, Frog Paw Studios (Windows)

  • Looking For Heals, Blue Bomber Games (Windows)

  • Monster Prom, Beautiful Glitch (Windows, Mac)

  • NITE Team 4, Alice and Smith (Windows, Mac)

  • Pixel Puzzle Makeout League, Glass Knuckle Games (Windows, Mac)

  • Roundguard, Wonderbelly Games (Windows)

  • SiNKR 2, Wahler Digital (Windows, Mac, Android, iOS, Linux)

  • Tech Support: Error Unknown, Dragon Slumber (Windows, Mac, Linux)

  • The Gardens Between, The Voxel Agents (Windows, Mac, PS4, Xbox One, Switch

“This year’s submissions join the pantheon of exceptional, creative games that we’re lucky enough to see at the show every year,” says Chris Stuckey, CEO, MomoCon. “Our distinguished judges, including industry luminary Rami Ismail and editors from publications like Destructoid and Kotaku, will have to select five winners among truly special finalists brought to life by their creators’ incredible talent and dedication.”

The event will be broadcast live from MomoCon on Saturday, May 25th, at 10PM EST on Twitch. Passes for MomoCon 2019 are on sale now, with four-day and single-day options available.

About MomoCon

Founded in 2004 by Jessica Merriman and later joined by Chris Stuckey, then students at Georgia Tech, MomoCon has grown from a 700 person on-campus event to the largest event in the southeast United States for fans of video games, animation, cosplay, comics and tabletop games.



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