Earlier in the year, Digipen Institute of Technology gave independant devlopers the chance to be included in the Penny Arcade Expo (PAX) in the form of the PAX 10 contest. The Penny Arcade Expo would feature the best game developers around, including the big companies like EA, Ubisoft, and Activision.

The judges panel had to narrow down over 80 submissions into a mere 10. Here are the winners:

  • The Amazing Brain Train by Grubby Games (puzzle/strategy)
  • Audio Surf by Dylan Fitterer (rhythm/action)
  • Chronotron by Scarybug Games (puzzle/platformer)
  • Impulse by a team of Rochester Institute of Technology students (puzzle)
  • The Maw by Twisted Pixel Games (action/adventure)
  • Polarity by a team of Carnegie Mellon University students (platformer/puzzle)
  • Project Aftermath by Games Faction (tactical/action)
  • Schizoid by Torpex Games (action/strategy)
  • Strange Attractors 2 by Ominous Development (puzzle/strategy)
  • Sushi Bar Samurai by Molly Rocket (exploratory puzzle

These games will be displayed at the Penny Arcade Expo at the Washington State Trade and Convention Center in Seattle Aug. 29-31, 2008. Don’t miss the chance to see these great games. You can check out the original article here.

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