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Hectic arcade game Die Fish makes a splash at PG Connects Helsinki Very Big Indie Pitch

Hectic arcade game Die Fish makes a splash at PG Connects Helsinki Very Big Indie Pitch

Wave 7 Games came out on top at the Very Big Indie Pitch at Pocket Gamer Connects Helsinki 2016 for its hectic arcade game Die Fish.

Players are tasked with guiding a flock of piranhas through levels filled with perilous traps and obstacles.

Users must use the power of the group to solve puzzles in the game and bring them all back home safe. Though sometimes, a few piranhas may need to be sacrificed for the greater good.

In second place was Psyon Games for its casual strategy title Antidote.

In third spot was Immobile Games for Micro Machines-inspired racing game SkidStorm.

A big thanks to our sponsors Amazon Appstore, Chillingo and Gameforge.

Interested in taking part in the next Big Indie Pitch? We’re heading to Apps World Europe in October.

You can find more details and register to attend here.

How it works

The Big Indie Pitch offers unique speed dating format that gives each developer four minutes with each panel of experts, meaning entrants will get real feedback from the event.

The winner will also get editorial coverage in Pocket Gamer, AppSpy and beyond, making this a great chance to get you, your studio and your game played by the world, alongside potentially winning a share of a Steel Media marketing package worth a massive $5,500.

If you want to submit a game for judging at the Big Indie Pitch at Apps World Europe, head over HERE to get your game signed up.


Senior Editor

Craig Chapple is Senior Editor of PocketGamer.biz and InfluencerUpdate.biz. He was previously Deputy Editor at Develop and Online Editor at Nintendo of Europe.

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