The Playism Booth at BitSummit is introducing a huge range of new indie gems

PLAYISM is proud to announce the introduction of all new indie gems being showcased at the Kyoto indie game event, BitSummit 7 Spirits, this weekend, June 1 – 2, at Miyako Messe.

Playism will be hosting “Necrobarista”, “Orangeblood”, “Everything”, “Outrider Mako” and “Pixel Game Maker MV” at booth IP-23! For each person who plays a demo, keychains, stickers etc are available! So be sure to pay Playism a visit!

Necrobarista

This is a story about death and coffee.
Gamble your “time” for a chance to stay in “this world”. Through a strange mix of alchemy and dead spirits, various people continue to visit this unique coffee shop. A fantastical story between the “living”, the “dead” and their last drink.

Everything

The long-awaited Japanese translation of Everything.
You are now, whoever, whatever, no matter where you are. You who observes, are at the center of the world.
This is that sort of game.

Orangeblood

Welcome to New Koza – an island where dirty money and bullets fly.
It’s the end of the 20th century, on a historic timeline different from that which we know. A manmade island off the coast of Okinawa is humming with a dirty, exotic vibe – and it’s awesome! Rust and faded concrete glisten in the morning sun and the late-night neon, showing off the various faces of the island.

Outrider Mako

Jump into battle, solve mysteries as you traverse the world of Mayoi – the world of gods! 
In accordance with a deal made with self-proclaimed “delivery service” and all-around mysterious entity known as Bumon, Mako has taken a job working as a lackey at the Bumon Delivery Corporation in “Mayoi” – the world of the gods.

Pixel Game Maker MV

Create the game of your dreams. 
Pixel Game Maker MV allows you to build up your own action game with no programming knowledge necessary. This engine was designed with the idea of giving a voice to people’s passions, allowing them to freely express the game that they have held in their hearts.

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