The Paxtember Update

Ok, first off, apologies for the delay... I really wanted to include this awesome bit of artwork with the Paxtember update and it just wasn't quite ready in time! Huge thank you once again to the extremely talented Anastas for this piece.

As you can tell by the headline, this month has been all about PAX. If you don’t know what PAX is, they have a little history over on their website.

This year, however, due to current lockdown restrictions in Melbourne, PAX has been moved to an online-only event.

PAX Aus Online is everything you love about PAX, including thought-provoking panels, exciting livestreams, new game demos, tournaments and a community experience unlike any other all delivered to the comfort of your own home!

Last month we teased we had a special announcement… If you follow us on the socials, you might have noticed, but Kingless was selected as a winner of the PAX AU Indy showcase this year! 🎉

Even though PAX has been moved to an online event this year, the lineup is promising to make this a great 3 days. We [Two19] will be around to chat and play games. You might even see us on a panel or two. We will also be running some community games via Tabletop Simulator if you’d like to get involved.

I’d urge everyone to check it out. It’s all completely free too!

From all of us here at Two19, Alex, Nathan and I - We want to share a big congratulations to all the other devs in the indy showcase as they have clearly poured a lot of work and devotion into their games. A Township Tale by Alta is a particular favourite of ours!

You can see Kingless along with all of the other fantastic indie projects live now on the PAX indy showcase page.

Can’t wait to see some of you on the weekend!

We will be sure to post a roundup of the event in the coming weeks.