The E3 (Electronic Entertainment Expo) 2019 was quite a show this year as you see with other previous seasons as well. Yes, there have been reports on an ongoing crisis in the current electronic gaming industry. However, the humungous traffic of 66,000 attendees at the event did not show an ounce of suspicion about the glorious days of video gaming in near future. Interestingly, a great list of games have come up from the E3 event this year that every avid gamer should give a try.
Published by E-line Media, this game lets players delve into authentic Alaskan culture and its underwater tales. Interestingly, the game has been developed in collaboration with BBC as well as its esteemed researchers who were behind the famous “Blue Planet II”.
A project by Move38, the game is inspired by abstract art, tabletop games as well as digital games spanning through decades. Its starter kit carries 6 blinks that are small hexagonal blocks which one has to tap or press to view array of shades. As a player touches the blocks its cubic items tend to interact while tap commands will help bring these games to life.
Cat Nigiri’s is a smart indie game which revolves round the story of woman named “Kim”. She has been trained by her grandmom to save the hometown from corporate claws. Players will tread through chessboard-like rooms where they have to fight zombie and robot-like minions to save Kim’s town.
If you have been awed of the movie “Inception”, this is the must-play game for you. Inspired by the famous movie, Manifold is set in a somewhat trippy world. It will give you the same rush as you feel while playing strategic games like domino99. Players here would have to upend gravitational rules to browse through a minimalist place where they will unearth cues from byzantine artworks. The game is developed by William Chyr Studio.