Our Play NYC 2019 Coverage Hub will contain all of the articles that we produce as a result of our coverage of New York City’s biggest dedicated gaming convention. We’ve covered Play NYC since its first year and we’re not stopping anytime soon! This year, the TechRaptor team will be doing what we do best: finding interesting games and developers and bringing the best news, reviews, interviews, and features possible to our audience.

Everything in the Play NYC 2019 Coverage Hub is categorized by type and arranged in chronological order. We’ll be updating this page live throughout the convention and in the weeks afterward.

A production of Playcrafting, this year’s Play NYC will be taking place at the Metropolitan Pavilion in Manhattan on August 10–11, 2019.

Play NYC 2019 Coverage Hub — Contents

play nyc 2019 coverage hub news pieces

Play NYC 2019 Coverage Hub — News Pieces

News pieces are any announcements that are coming out of the show like new games, release dates, and the like. If it’s fresh and new, you’re going to find it here.

Play NYC 2019 Brings New York’s Best Game Developers Together in Manhattan

Play NYC 2019 Graffiti Games Developers Have Been Announced

Play NYC Partners With Games For Change, Bringing GRIS, Nintendo Labo, and 8 More Games To Show Floor

Play NYC 2019 Brings 130+ Gaming Exhibitors to Manhattan August 10–11

Play NYC Indie RPG Revery Rebirth Combines Music and Magic; Coming to Kickstarter September 1st

Dating Sim Board Game ‘Hey Cutie’ Comes to Kickstarter September 2019

Cells to Singularity iOS Version Arrives August 29, Dinosaurs Coming Soon

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Play NYC 2019 Coverage Hub — Catching Up

TechRaptor has been to many Playcrafting events and not every developer has something substantially new to announce. We still like to check in with them and see how development is progressing or how their game has been selling since launch!

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Play NYC 2019 Coverage Hub — Graffiti Games

Graffiti Games special installations that you will only be able to play at Play NYC. This year’s selection of Graffiti Games is focusing on the LGBTQ+ community.

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Play NYC 2019 Coverage Hub — Hands-On Impressions

Nearly every booth has something playable on the show floor — of course we’re going to be playing games at Play NYC! This is where we’ll put our first impressions of getting hands-on with video games and tabletop games!

Hands-on with ChromaVaders, A Compelling Mash-Up of Galaga and Columns

Play NYC 2019: Fourzy Hands On is Four by Fun

Play NYC 2019: Kristala Demo Slays

Checkers and Mechs Come Together in Draughtnauts

Play NYC 2019: Prism’s Multifaceted Fun

Into The Dark: Narakan and Into The Dark: Zakira Brings Lo-Fi Roguelike Fun

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Play NYC 2019 Coverage Hub — Previews and Reviews

As much as we’d like, we can’t play every single game on the show floor. Sometimes, we’ll follow up and preview or review video games and tabletop games at a later date!

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Play-NYC 2019 Coverage Hub — Interviews

Developers have a lot to say, and we’re here to find out what they’re all about!

Sam Speaks with Dan Butchko About Playcrafting, Play NYC, and Bose AR

Play NYC 2019 – A Talk With Playcrafting Founder Dan Butchko

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Play NYC 2019 Coverage Hub — Features

Whether it’s a standalone feature or one of our TechRaptor Originals, we’ll be doing some extensive coverage on a few select games and developers!

Spywatch Lex Combines Adventure and Language Skills in One Big Package

Crowdfunding Spotlight – Techlandia

The 6 Coolest PC Games We Saw at Play NYC 2019

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As always, we’ll be doing our best to see everything we can and putting it up here on our Play NYC 2019 Coverage Hub! Make sure you follow TechRaptor on Twitter to keep up with all of the latest gaming news, reviews, and features!

Robert N. Adams

Senior Writer

I've had a controller in my hand since I was 4 and I haven't stopped gaming since. CCGs, Tabletop Games, Pen & Paper RPGs - I've tried a whole bunch of stuff over the years and I'm always looking to try more!

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