Excalibur Games will return to EGX next week, with a line up of four playable games across PC and Xbox One, including a brand new never before seen title, along with an insightful developer panel. To go hands on with any of the games at EGX, please email [email protected] to book a meeting – you’ll also be able to speak with the developers, and we would be delighted to participate in interviews.

Full EGX Playable Games Line Up – Excalibur Stand in the Rezzed Zone

Become an alchemist, a blacksmith or a chef as you’re handed the role of running Allcraft’s Workshoppe in a new fantasy world amongst the clouds. A brand new game set in the Shoppe Keep universe.

Craftlands Workshoppe, to be revealed this week, will be playable for the first time ever at EGX 2019.

Flashing Lights – Playable on PC

Flashing Lights is a single player and multiplayer emergency services simulator focusing on police, emergency medical services and the fire department. Out now in Steam Early Access.

Tracks: The Train Set Game – Playable on Xbox One

Jump into the ultimate toy sandbox and build the train set of your dreams! Create colourful railway systems, decorate beautiful towns, transport commuting passengers, and even ride your train in first-person. Launching on Xbox One 14 November.

Road to Guangdong – Playable on Xbox One

A family emergency reunites a young art graduate and her elderly aunt for a memorable road trip across 1990s China. Settle into the driving seat for a moving tale of faded memories, family ties and generational angst. With tough choices at every turn, how will your journey of discovery end? Launching on Xbox One Easter 2020.

EGX Excalibur Dev Panel

Taking place on Sunday 20 October at 2pm BST will be the ‘First games industry jobs – indie development’ EGX panel. You’ll be able to either catch it in person at the show at the EGX Theatre, or watch it live online via the EGX Twitch channel.

Four panellists, all with their first games supported by Excalibur Games, speak about how they broke into the industry, their experiences so far, their current projects and what advice they would give to aspiring developers and others looking to get into the industry. Panel: Yen Ooi (Road to Guandong), Nils Jakrins (Flashing Lights), Arvydas Žemaitis (Shoppe Keep) and Tom Malinowski (Tracks – The Train Set Game).

All Links

EGX 2019 website: https://www.egx.net/egx


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