iGi (indie Game incubator) presented by Marvelous Co., Ltd in partnership with GameBCN, will exhibit six games from its second edition at Tokyo Game Show 2022. Esteemed iGi mentors helped refine the selected games over a six month period.

The Tokyo Game Show 2022 will take place between September 15-18 at Makuhari Messe in Japan.

The Second Edition iGi features the following:

34EVERLAST – Kanata Lab

An action packed bite size entertainment morsel for busy working adults featuring one gameplay loop and no game overs. A touching love story unfolds in a multidimensional universe.


A 3D action adventure game set in CALME, a town on top of a cliff. In a world with a culture of ‘cloud sea hunting’ where people dive into the cloud sea below to hunt, the player will face the strange creatures that live there.


A multiplayer cooperative action stealth game combining ‘tag’ and ‘hide-and-seek’ elements. Set in a delightful space world inspired by the Japanese underworld where up to 4 players must work together to find hidden keys and escape within the time limit.

Rainbow Sea – Shirokurohitsuji

A Japanese pixel art adventure game where the story branches depending on the lies chosen by the player. Spend an unsettling year as Human, a candidate chosen to be a god, while nurturing relationships with the Seven Lucky Gods.


A hardcore fast-paced action game. In a world of bio-science fiction and Japanese mythology, manipulate time and space to protect your dying country from the forces of a superpower. Find the optimal route out of a loop of violence. Just one hit will kill you, so run as fast as you can.

Rustil: Eternal Labyrinth Castle – Shinden Games (Kobe Institute of Computing)

An exhilarating Roguelike game where the player must conquer a labyrinth castle with skills, magic and items. Rusty, the main character, will face the challenge of the mysterious labyrinth that suddenly appeared 50 years ago. Catch monsters, fight together, and collect various treasures.


By Scott Bennett

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