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e3 2015

The Microsoft Indie Round-Up

by Hershall Cook on Jun 15, 2015 at 11:30 AM

During Microsoft's E3 press conference, the company renewed its commitment to independent developers by revealing partnerships with several small studios. The announced games range from survival horror to 2D platformers, with hilarious titles like Goat Simulator: More Goatz Edition contrasted against grave experiences like The Solus Project. Check out the trailers below to catch a glimpse of these intriguing indie projects.  

Developer: StudioMHDR

Phantasmal: City of Darkness
Developer: Eyemobi Ltd.

Game 4:
Developer: The Behemoth (Castle Crashers, Alien Hominid)

Rise and Shine:
Developer: Super Awesome Hyper Dimensional Mega Team
Publisher: Adult Swim Games

The Flame In The Flood:
Developer: The Molasses Flood

The Solus Project
Developer: Grip Games, Teotl Studios

Sword Coast Legends: 
Developer: n-Space
Publisher: Digital Extremes

Outward - The Adventurer Life Sims
Developer: Nine Dot Studios

Goat Simulator: More Goatz Edition
Developer: Coffee Stain Studios
Publisher: Double Eleven

Developer: Capybara Games


Developer: Ostrich Games
Publisher: Adult Swim Games 

ARK: Survival Evolved
Developer: Studio Wildcard

Developer: QUByte Interactive

Developer: Superhot

The Mean Greens: Plastic Warfare
Developer: Virtual Basement 
Publisher: Code Headquarters 

You may have noticed that The Mean Greens: Plastic Warfare received an image instead of a trailer. Although the game remains in an early stage of development, more information is available at the developer's website. In the meantime, know that this third-person action shooter stars green and tan figurines as they square off in epic war. 

What are you most excited to play? Let us know in the comments.