<p>The “Indie Gaming Village” at Apps World North America earlier this week was indeed a village compared to the rest of the bustling convention.</p><p>To even find it, you had to wade through a dense expo floor packed with booths advertising app analytics services and monetization solutions.</p><p>Sure enough, though, there it was: a small corner on the second floor of San Francisco’s Moscone West convention center, housing a modest selection of phone and tablet games either recently released or up and coming.</p><p>Here were a few of my favorites:</p><p>Sleep Furiously
Path of Evil: Immortal Hunter(MOD)<p>It's been a busy E3 for leaks and this latest one, a post that went up a little too early at Digital Spy, is bringing us something cool - Star Trek: Bridge Crew, a four-player cooperative VR game that'll be taking place in the JJ Abrams Star Wars Universe.</p><p>We don't know too much about the game now, beyond that it'll be the first ever virtual reality game to be created by Ubisoft and developer Red Storm Entertainment. It'll be a four-player game that casts players as either the captain or an officer in the Tactical, Engineer or Helm aboard the starship Aegis, which will be 90% similar to the Enterprise.</p><p>So far it sounds like a VR version of Artemis Spaceship Bridge simulator, which itself was heavily inspired by Star Trek, so we've come full circle, but this time with VR headsets on and full motion tracking with hand controllers so you can wave at each other.</p><p>There will be randomly generated missions as well as a story campaign and it'll have a mix of ship-to-ship combat but also some exploration too. Star Trek: Bridge Crew is due towards the tail end of this year and you'll be able to play it on the Oculus Rift and the HTC Vive.</p><p>We should see more Monday night at Ubisoft's E3 press conference.</p>
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A reverend man that grazed his cattle nigh,<p>Update on May 17 at 12:09: Oceanhorn is now out on Playstation Vita just as planned for €14.99. You can get it here, enjoy!Oceanhorn has been one of mobile's best little Zelda-like experience to date and it's still getting updated with some new graphical improvements every now and then.</p><p>It's so good that it's been ported to plenty of platforms and it was just a matter of time before it would finally end up on Sony's portable machine.</p><p>Announced with little fanfare on its Playstation Blog, it's been confirmed that Oceanhorn will finally release on May 17th in Europe and North America digitally.</p><p>Read our review if you need to know what the game's like but don't sleep on this one!</p>
<p>As I'm sure you've all heard by now, The Witness has just been announced for release on Xbox One after its previous PC and PlayStation 4 debut. In keeping with this Thekla Inc. have also kept us all informed about its mobile status.</p><p>According to IGN's article yesterday, The Witness is due out on Xbox One September 13th of this year however its iOS version only goes so far as it's apparently still in the works.</p><p>The Xbox version will be directly identical to the other versions but due to the difference in quality, Thekla Inc. stated "It's such a lower-end platform and we have to redo a ton of stuff."</p><p>I think we'll be holding our breaths for a good while yet. If you'd like to learn more about the iOS version check out a previous article written by the marvellous and magical Clement here. </p>
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