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The Montreal International Games Summit (MIGS) will take place from December 11-13 at the Palais des Congres in Montreal, Canada, so we wanted to pass along information regarding three of our clients who will be at the show — Chainsawesome GamesBishop Games and Sabotage Studio!




Chainsawesome Games will showcase its 3v3 asymmetrical multiplayer FPS Aftercharge in the first-ever public tournament on December 13th from 1:00 PM - 5:00 PM EST on Loto-Québec's Home Grown Talent Stage. Aftercharge (available on Windows PC and Xbox One in early 2018) pits invisible robots against an invincible security squad in high-octane tactical matches unlike any shooter you’ve ever played before. Swing by the tournament to witness the intense action for yourself!



Bishop Games, developer of the multi-award-winning, visually captivating 2D platformer Light Fall, will also be at the show making rounds. Light Fall is one of the most anticipated indie games of next year thanks to its unique game mechanic in which you command your own platform to solve puzzles; its intriguing storyline and beautiful art style are also among its standout features. Stay tuned for its March 2018 release on Windows PC, Mac, PlayStation 4, Xbox One and Nintendo Switch.



And finally, Sabotage Studio, an indie game studio based in Quebec City that specializes in retro games with a modern twist, will have an Indie Pod in the Indie Zone at MIGS and will also be meeting with publishers. Although they haven’t officially announced their first game yet (more details on that coming in January), it has already been getting significant buzz in the indie game community for its surprising twist on a highly popular, classic game genre.

If you’re attending the show — or a colleague — and are interested in meeting with Chainsawesome GamesBishop Games and/or Sabotage Studio, we’ll be happy to coordinate.

If you’re new to MIGS17, you can find out all about this very cool indie-focused video game event in lovely Montreal right here: http://www.migs17.com/en/home

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