April 10, 2012 3:00 AM | John Polson
In addition to the above hands-on from Pixel Enemy of Adhesive Games's and Meteor Entertainment's Hawken, the following links look at PAX East 2012 indies Pocketwatch Games' Monaco, Hi-Rez Studio's SMITE and Tribes: Ascend, Phoenix Online Studios's Cognition, Ronimo Games's Awesomenauts, Warballon's Star Command, and Casual Brothers Games' Orc Attack.
Destructoid: Monaco: What's Yours is Mine needs to be mine - One of the more interesting classes, which I unfortunately didn't get to see in action, is The Redhead. According to Andy, she's able to distract one of the guards with her "come hither" good looks.
Joystiq: Star Command beams in this summer - The Warballoon team already told us they are switching to a far more context-sensitive interface system after observing players at PAX East. The game is also officially heading to iPad.
Indie Game Magazine: Cognition Preview Oozing Surprises - Cognition is a point and click adventure title from Phoenix Online Studios, the team that has released 4 of the 5 free episodes to King's Quest: The Silver Lining.
Indie Game Magazine: Awesomenauts Preview - Awesomenauts is already an entertaining multiplayer experience and features a great variety of soldier classes with an cool toon-inspired art style.
TQcast: Orc Attack Gameplay - Off-screen gameplay.