WALGA and FLEGA are joining forces once again with a #BelgianGamesIndustry booth at the FACTS 2016 convention at Flanders Expo in Ghent this weekend (October 22 and 23). The developers below will be showing off playable demos of their games:
Rocket Vulture (a spin-off of developer Bunnycopter, best known for Broken Bots) will give visitors a chance to play their arcade game Drifty on a 50 inch screen set up in portrait mode. They will probably also bring some tablet versions so more people can enjoy the game without having to wait too long. Drifty is an easy to learn and hard to master mobile game where you have to slide an uncontrollable car through various environments.
- The House of Indie will be showcasing Screenshake, a culture festival aimed at people with an interest in indie game culture. They will be handing out flyers with a discount code for the festival, to be used at a later time at the consumer’s discretion.
- Howest will be introducing its Digital Arts and Entertainment (DAE) to potential students.
Larian Studios and LuGus Studios will not be part of our booth at FACTS (like they were at Gameforce 2016), but Larian Studios will have its very own booth (with loads of very cool stuff about Divinity: Original Sin II (Early Access version)) and LuGus Studios will be showing off their amazing drone simulation game Liftoff at the Drone Racing Belgium booth.