It’s time to continue my count down of the Top 10 games I played at EGX 2017 – and in turn completing my coverage of the event. I will be looking at numbers 5 to 1 in this article.
It’s time for part one of my final article about EGX 2017, after getting some reviews due out-of-the-way, and getting back on top things after my time away. So, what is my final article? As you will tell from the title it’s the Top 10 games I played at EGX.
With my recently found love for puzzle games, I was excited to get to try out Lake Ridden at EGX. After I had played the level that was only open to press, I got to interview Johan for the Midnight Hub team about the game.
As I was browsing the Indie section at EGX, I came across Figment by Bedtime Digital Games and was instantly drawn to it. After playing the game I spoke to a member of their PR team, and set-up an interview with Niels from the Bedtime Digital Games team, because I was that impressed with the game.
I got the chance to speak to a member of the Throughline Games team about their up and coming title Forgotton Anne, as I waited for the chance to try out the game (the booth was busy). I then got my chance to try to the game out, hence the quick end to the interview – as I had to jump in when it became free.