Enlarge / All 50 of UFO 50’s games, displayed as pixelated cartridges.

The blue ones are playable at PAX West 2017.

The red ones aren’t quite done yet. (credit: Sam Machkovech)
SEATTLE—Our dive into this year’s PAX West expo has just begun, and there are already too many video games.

The deep sea of content at this year’s expo, now celebrating its 11th year at the Washington State Convention Center, may take us a while to parse and process.
The esteemed developers of UFO 50, a collection of 50 (fifty) (yes, five-zero) NES-styled games coming out in 2018 as a single retail package, aren’t helping matters.
UFO 50 released a revealing trailer last month, and its team of developers, including Derek Yu (Spelunky) and Eirik Suhrke (Downwell), have followed that trailer with a massive world premiere of its playable version.

That means the developers’ kiosk is packed with 35 playable games.
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