There weren't a lot of megaton announcements at yesterday's Horizon conference, an indie alternative to E3 hosted by Venus Patrol at the LA Museum of Contemporary Art, but a couple games on display there really caught our eye.
The most impelling title in attendance was easily Panoramical, a psychedelic music game from Dyad and Proteus composer David Kanaga, Fernando Ramallo, and the folks behind Canabalt and Fez. A little pedigree is bound to make our ears perk up a bit.
Another flashy title shown at MOCA yesterday was Fledge, a game its creators, Ko-op Mode, say is about "the joy of song and flight." There's not a lot else to go on here, though. The visuals are certainly striking and the music, courtesy of sound designer Adam Koopmans, hints at being just lovely. I suppose we'll know more soon when Fledge hits Steam Early Access.
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