In just three weeks, press members and customers will get the chance to try out five of Headup's upcoming games - at the Indie Arena in hall 10.2. In addition to play, you'll have the opportunity to personally talk to the developers of Fromto and Vambrace: Cold Soul, who will partake as well.
You're welcome to check out the following titles:
Previous press quotes (3DS) clearly show off the vast potential of Bloo Kid 2:
Howdy, fellow gunslingers! Great pleasure to welcome you to our first Developer Shoot Out on our pixel art rogue-lite shooter Colt Canyon. Within the next weeks and months we will be sharing tons of news on the steps we are taking to bring Colt Canyon to life. You will also learn how it became this action-packed Wild West adventure full of dangers and atmosperic sceneries.
Let's talk about the music: To make the Western experience as great as possible and allow the players to immerse into a story full of flying bullets, bloodthirsty enemies and dangerous wildlife you need an atmospheric soundtrack that'll support the story and action on screen - no matter if it's a movie or a game.
Listen to a sample of the soundtrack here
Colt Canyon is no exception. The game is designed in a minimalistic and pixelated style with color, mood and vegetation differing depending on the various regions the players are shooting their way through - and it's the same for the soundtrack.
Luigi-Maria Rapisarda, composer of Colt Canyon's soundtrack: "Endless deserts, smoking colts, saloons in which the whiskey flows, bandits that wanna chase you down and the burning sun in the sky combined with typical instruments like harmonica, fiddle or an old bar-piano - the Colt Canyon soundtrack is inspired by the works of Ennio Morricone on the great Spaghetti Western movies of the 60s and 70s."
Colt Canyon will be released later this year for PC, Xbox One, PlayStation®4 and Nintendo Switch.