Screenwave Media , privately owned creator agency and indie game publisher, will present The Angry Video Game Nerd I & II Deluxe and an upcoming line-up of games at EGX London, focusing on character-driven narratives, precision platforming, and high accessibility.
This is the first public hands-on demo of The Angry Video Game Nerd I & II Deluxe , a remaster featuring rebalanced levels, additional content, and more mayhem. Cinemassacre's James Rolfe and Mike Mattei , the core creative team behind The Angry Video Game Nerd web series, are working directly alongside UK-based original developer, FreakZone Games, to create the definitive version of the games which were initially released in 2013 and 2016 on Steam, Nintendo WiiU, and Nintendo 3DS.
FreakZone Games’ Sam Beddoes will be at the Screenwave Media booth greeting players and press. Screenwave Media will also feature Iron Meat , Eagle Island , and debut Lume and the Shifting Void in the EGX Rezzed Zone.
Iron Meat is a grindhouse gunner featuring finger-blistering platforming pulled straight out of the ’90s from St. Petersburg, Russia-based developer Ivan Suvorov.
In its public pre-alpha debut, Howltide’s Lume and the Shifting Void features Lume - a pizza courier in a sci-fi cyberpop pixel romp as she rids the planet from an ever-growing other-dimensional threat from THE VOID. Armed with her trusty(?) & experimental Holostrikers -blast, punch, dash, and blink your way through legions of ethereal threats to stop a catastrophe!
Eagle Island , the MomoCon 2019 Indie Awards Showcase-winning rogue-like platformer, launched in July 2019 on Nintendo Switch and PC, recently released it’s “Free-For-Owl” community update. Eagle Island both celebrates and innovates on the platforming genre with it’s uniquely generated worlds and falconry-inspired gameplay mechanics.
Two games that aren't sh@%#* and don't suck ass