indiecade

IndieCade Announces E3 Lineup

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The big console makers have started to add support to the independent game develop community, but IndieCade has been doing it since 2005. The organization creates and hosts festivals where indie game makers can show off their stuff. The IndieCade E3 lineup is double the size it’s been in the past. Here’s the list of games.

Xbox One
Magic Dance Mirror
Developer: Kinect Magic
Platform: Xbox Kinect

Virtual Reality Games
Sisters
Developer: Otherworld Interactive
Platform: HTC Vive VR

Inner Activity
Developer: IAVR
Platform: VR

Zombies Shall Not Pass
Developer: Wengu Hu
Platform: Leap Motion VR

Fantastic Contraption
Developer: Northway Games and Radial Games
Platform: HTC Vive VR

PC Games
Overland
Developer: Finji
Platform: PC

Linelight
Developer: Brett Taylor Interactive
Platform: PC

Kingdom
Developer: Noio & Licorice
Platform: PC

We Are Chicago
Developer: Culture Shock Games
Platform: PC

Obduction
Developer: Cyan, Inc
Platform: PC

_transfer
Developer: Hyacinth Nil
Platform: PC

Block’hood
Plethora Project
Platform: PC

Killbox
Developer: Malath Abbas, Tom Demajo, Albert Elwin
Platform: PC

1979 Revolution: Black Friday
Developer: iNK Stories
Platform: PC

Mobile Games
Clapper
Bridgeside Interactive
Platform: iOS for iPad

Table Top
RESISTOR_
Developer: Cardboard Fortress Games
Platform: Table Top

Pass the Buck: A Game of Corporate Responsibility Management
Developer: Carol Mertz
Platform: Table Top

#Feminism
Developer: #Feminism Collective
Platform: Tabletop   

Interactive Physical Experiences

Beautiful Corner
Developer: Martzi Campos
Platform: Installation

Game Culture

Four Cool Ways Video Games Bring Us Together

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We spend a lot of time at Pixelkin—and in gaming communities in general—talking about how games bring us together. Co-op and online multiplayer features are often touted as “proof” that video games aren’t just antisocial war simulators. I think what we forget is that games bring us together in lots of different ways—gamers love to watch each other play, to bring gaming culture into real life, to create fan fiction and art, and to talk endlessly about games. Read More

Dungeons and Dragons

Games Unplugged: Dungeons and Dragons 101

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“Before you stretches an immense cavern, stalactites dripping into the inky abyss below. In the far distance a pair of large glowing eyes illuminates the piled coins that fill the grand natural hall. A deep and sinister voice echoes from the center of the enormous chamber, calling you to reveal yourself and do battle. What do you do?” Read More