Still recovering from all of the excitement at FACTS last weekend? Well, buckle up, because this weekend it’s time for yet another big convention. Gameforce 2015 will take place on October 3 and 4 at the Waagnatie in Antwerp. Compared to FACTS (which has a lot of cosplay, famous actors, anime and manga), Gameforce is much more game orientated. All the big international publishers will be present: Sony PlayStation, Microsoft, Nintendo, Ubisoft, Electronic Arts and many others will be showing off some of their recently released or upcoming games.
We are proud to announce that four Flemish game developers will also be demoing their games at a shared booth powered by FLEGA. So please drop by to sample the games and have a chat with the developers.
QuizWitz is a party quiz game and community that transforms your smart devices (mobile phones, tablets, and even laptops) into game controllers. The game lets you create your very own quizes or play rounds by other players from all around the world. The game is in its beta phase right now. Join Catlab at FACTS to play some rounds!
Rusty Bolt is a new Belgian game studio founded by Steven Delrue (former Guerrilla Games). Their debut game Revolver is a triggeractive sidescroller that puts you in control of Reevo, a drone travelling through different dimensions and deserted landscapes. In this world, where the implosion of a star has messed up gravity, it’s up to you to bring Reevo to safety. Greenlight Revolve now on Steam Early Access!
Broken Bots is a top-down shooter in which multiple teams battle for control of the map. Play offline or online with friends or A.I. Complete objectives to keep your systems running or your bot will malfunction, giving you extra hurdles to overcome while fighting your enemies. Learn to deal with the unexpected and capitalise on malfunctions that work to your advantage.
Imagine The Godfather playing Metal Slug on the Night of the Living Dead. Guns, Gore & Cannoli is a crazy, comical, and fast-paced action game with beautiful hand drawn graphics. It is set in the Roaring Twenties. The game was released on Xbox One last week, making it the first Belgian game EVER to be released on Microsoft’s popular console.
Not a game, but interesting nonetheless. Howest’s Digital Arts and Entertainment curriculum prepares students for a national or international career in the game or VFX industry. Students can specialise in 4 majors: 3D Production & VFX, Game Development, Game Graphics Production and Independent Game Production. Dreaming of a future in games or movies? Howest is the ‘place to be’!