tinyBuild, the developer behind titles such as Garage and Hello Neighbor announced not one but five new games at PAX West this past weekend.
tinyBuild isn’t one to do things by halves. Earlier this year they announced five of their games coming to Nintendo Switch, and now they have a handful of new titles coming out over the next year.
To kick things off, we’ve got Hellpoint an upcoming “dark augurist” action RPG from Canadian developer Cradle Games. Hellpoint is expected to land on PC and Consoles in 2019.
“Embark on a soul conjuring journey aboard a derelict space station and figure out the twisted series of events that led to an occult quantum catastrophe. Hunt, or be hunted by insane mobs, decadent daemons, and deep space monsters, all under the constant watch of the black hole,” reads the official game description.
Check out the trailer for Hellpoint below.
Next up we’ve got a spin on an already successful game from tinyBuild. Of course, I’m talking about Hello Neighbor. Hello Neighbor: Hide & Seek is a prequel to the horror hit and shows off the events before the main game.
This spin-off/prequel is expected to hit PC in 2018. An alpha demo of the title can be downloaded now via the game’s website.
Coming to PC in 2019 is the next title, UnDungeon a game which managed to achieve funding over on Kickstarter back in January 2017. UnDungeon is a mix of Action, Roguelike, and old-school RPG presented in a pretty stunning pixel-art aesthetic.
You can read more about UnDungeon over on the game’s website where there’s plenty of info, trailers, screenshots, and more which have been posted during the game’s development.
The next title announced is Swag and Sorcery, a grand take on pen and paper RPGs from the developer of Punch Club and Graveyard Keeper. Featuring pixel art and of course plenty of swag, this title is expected to hit PC in 2019.
Check out the trailer below:
Last, and certainly not least is Pandemic Express, a first-person shooter in which players escape on the train from hordes of zombies. Lovely.
Players interested can sign up to be a part of the game’s many alphas set to begin in a few short weeks.