Excalibur at EGX 2017 + Tracks – The Train Set Game
Excalibur Games will be attending EGX from 21st – 24th September, and we’re bringing along a wealth of playable games! From the delightfully nostalgic wooden train sim Tracks – The Train Set Game, to the wonderfully surreal survival game Floatlands, we are bringing a diverse line-up of games.
We’re also debuting the first ever public playable build of emergency services sim Flashing Lights, which is now on Kickstarter. Both Jalopy and Dad Quest will also feature at the show, with brand new content on display.
Additionally, a sequel to one of Excalibur’s most renowned titles will make its playable debut at EGX – watch out for a full announcement tomorrow.
Excalibur will be found at stand RZ4, in the Rezzed zone.
Tracks – The Train Set Game on Steam:
Floatlands Developer Blog: http://floatlands.net/
Flashing Lights Kickstarter: http://kck.st/2wkwDju
Jalopy on Steam: http://store.steampowered.com/app/446020/Jalopy/ Dad Quest on Steam: http://store.steampowered.com/app/524250/Dad_Quest/
Tracks – The Train Set Game: Passenger Mode Gameplay Video:
Excalibur Games is the publishing arm of parent company Contact Sales Ltd, which was founded in 1997.
Excalibur Games has moved forward to release its own original products, in addition to widely recognised licensed titles.
European Ship Simulator, World Ship Simulator, Better Late Than DEAD and Counter Terrorism Unit have all been published digitally on Steam, and physically for retailers.
Excalibur has worldwide MicrosoftTM Xbox One, SonyTM Playstation 4 and NintendoTM Switch publisher status. The publishing house has recently announced Shoppe Keep and Circuit Breakers for Xbox One and PS4, and have already released Laser Disco Defenders for Sony’s flagship console.
Excalibur will also continue to license high-end simulation franchises such as Euro Truck Simulator and American Truck Simulator, from highly acclaimed developer SCS Software.