Nintendo has invited PAX attendees to join them for an indie game show before the big event starts.

The “Nindies@Night” event will be held at Seattle’s EMP museum and starts at 8 PM the night before PAX Prime. It’s free to attend, although space is limited so anyone who’s looking to go is encouraged to show up early. Those who make it in will be able to play recent and upcoming indie titles on Wii U and 3DS and also check out the museum’s Indie Game Revolution exhibit. Refreshments will also be available.

Nintendo has announced that 19 different “Nindies” will be available, backed up by developers who will be available to answer questions. There’ll also be multiplayer competitions for some games, played on the EMP Sky Church’s 60 foot screen. Unfortunately, Nintendo hasn’t said which games are going to be at the show, so we won’t know until it happens.

For anybody who can’t make it that night, Nintendo is also hosting a Nindies Lounge in the Sheraton Hotel close to the convention center throughout PAX.

This isn’t the first time Nintendo’s been pushing indies at events – during E3, they also had a Nindies@Home event where you could try out nine indie games from the comfort of your couch.

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