Paris Games Week 2018

We are very proud to announce this year’s Indie Garden line-up at Paris Games Week. The Indie Garden is back with creative and intriguing indie games, featuring unique gameplay experiences and offering exclusive first looks. You can find details about the games below!

The visitors of Paris Games Week and media will discover the games of those independent studios: Playmind (Québec), Muse Games (USA), Polyslash (Poland), and Ghostshark Games (Italy).



Meeting place: Hall 1 - Stand A057 - A059



Information and meeting requests to:
Thibaut Trampont – press relation
E-mail: press[at]eventsforgames[dot]com
Phone: +33 6 46 84 43 49

The Games


Game Details

We. The Revolution - by Polyslash

we the revolution

Click here for the latest trailer and assets

Become a judge of a Revolutionary Tribunal during the French Revolution and preside over complicated cases of ordinary citizens, criminals, and enemies of the revolution. Pass sentence, craft political intrigue, and try to not lose your head!



The Inner Friend - by Playmind

inner friend

Click here for the latest trailer and assets

The Inner Friend is an action/adventure game with psychological horror elements. Diving into childhood fears and nightmares to retrieve a lost part of yourself. It's a narrative driven game without any texts or dialogues, leaving players some room for interpretation. Every level in the game features different mechanics based on classic childhood games (marco polo, floor is lava, hide&seek).



Hamsterdam - by Muse Games

hamsterdam

Click here for the latest trailer and assets

The once peaceful town of Hamsterdam is in danger! The vile chinchilla Marlo and his Vermin Gang are wreaking havoc and terrorizing the town. Enter our hamster hero, Pimm, who must harness his mightiest martial arts powers and kick tail through district after district, on a heart-pounding journey to take down the Vermin Gang, save his grandfather, and restore peace to Hamsterdam.



Still There - by Ghostshark Games

still there

Click here for the latest trailer and assets

Still There tells the story of Karl, the lone keeper of the Bento space lighthouse. It's a sci-fi point-and-click adventure into space station management, mysterious radio messages, motherfucking AIs, sociopathic people in charge, lost families, and finding one's true self in a galaxy way too far, far away.