Indie Megabooth is poised to take over PAX Prime 2013 with more than 80 games, including titles off of the following list: Anodyne, Aztez, Audiosurf 2, Bit.Trip Runner 2, Contrast, Crypt of the Necrodancer, Don't Starve, Electronic Super Joy, Foul Play, Gravity Ghost, Hate Plus, Hotline Miami 2: Wrong Number, Legend of Dungeon, Luftrausers, Octodad: Dadliest Catch, Reus, Monster Loves You, N++, Scale, Secrets of Rætikon, Sportsfriends, That Dragon Cancer, The Stanley Parable and Where is My Heart?

That's not even half of it. Indie Megabooth also has the Indie Minibooth space, featuring booths that developers can share, splitting costs and fitting in more games. The Minibooth includes Cannon Brawl, Death Road to Canada, Escape Goat 2, Lost Toys, Mushroom 11, Spellirium, Moonlighters and other alphabetically ordered titles. A space with games hand-picked by organizers is on its way.

Indie Megabooth also has a shiny new website featuring all of the PAX Prime 2013 games and a map of the booth layout. It's historically the largest booth at PAX Prime, but still Megabooth organizers get more submissions than they can handle every year, marketing volunteer Rami Ismail told Joystiq at E3.

Full-time Indie Megabooth Overlord Kelly Wallick is off to Germany this year, finalizing plans to bring the booth to Gamescom in the future. Indie gaming never looked so fun (and busy): Check out the list of announced PAX Prime 2013 games below.

Indie MEGABOOTH Projects
  • Aaru's Awakening
  • AirMech
  • Always Sometimes Monsters
  • Anodyne
  • Apotheon
  • Armello
  • Audiosurf 2
  • Aztez
  • Barkley 2: Queklain No Vengeant
  • Beatbuddy: Tale Of The Guardians
  • BIT.TRIP Presents... Runner2: Future Legend Of Rhythm Alien
  • Charlie Murder
  • Chromancer
  • Containment: The Zombie Puzzler
  • Contrast
  • Crypt Of The NecroDancer
  • Dead State
  • Deadrock Divide
  • Delver's Drop
  • Don't Starve
  • Dragon Fantasy Book II
  • Dwarven Delve
  • Electronic Super Joy
  • Even The Ocean
  • FORCED
  • Foul Play
  • Gravity Ghost
  • Guns Of Icarus Online
  • Hate Plus
  • Hotline Miami 2: Wrong Number
  • Incognita
  • Ironclad Tactics
  • Legend Of Dungeon
  • Life Goes On
  • Loadout
  • Little Legends: The Battle For Willow Lane
  • LUFTRAUSERS
  • Octodad: Dadliest Catch
  • Reus
  • Ridiculous Fishing
  • Jungle Rumble
  • Lifeless Planet
  • Major Magnet Arcade
  • Monster Loves You
  • N++
  • Neverending Nightmares
  • PixelJunk Inc.
  • Planetary Annihilation
  • Samurai Gunn
  • Scale
  • Secrets Of Rætikon
  • Sportsfriends
  • Telepath Tactics
  • Tengami
  • That Dragon, Cancer
  • They Bleed Pixels
  • The Banner Saga
  • The Repopulation
  • The Stanley Parable
  • Toy Rush
  • Where Is My Heart?
  • Windforge
Indie MINIBOOTH Projects
  • Bionic Dues
  • Cannon Brawl
  • Captain Bubblenaut
  • Catapult For Hire
  • Codename Cygnus
  • Death Road To Canada
  • Dragons Of Elanthia
  • Enemy Starfighter
  • Escape Goat 2
  • Hot Tin Roof
  • Robots Love Ice Cream
  • Lost Toys
  • Mushroom 11
  • Nekro
  • No Time To Explain
  • Pandora: Purge Of Pride
  • Planetoid Pioneers
  • Spellirium
  • Stunt Runner
  • The Moonlighters
  • Tiny Barbarian DX
  • World Zombination
  • Xtodie

This article was originally published on Joystiq.

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