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IndieCade, the premier international festival of independent games, has revealed the Official Nominees for ...
IndieCade, the premier international festival of independent games, has revealed the Official Nominees for the IndieCade Awards at IndieCade Festival 2015, to be held in Culver City, CA October 23-25. The annual IndieCade Festival celebrates some of the most creative and diverse independent games of the year while also establishing a leading voice in the promotion, cultivation, and community of independent games development. The 2015 award nominees feature 36 games on most major video game platforms, including PC, Mac, Linux, Xbox One, PlayStation®4, Wii U™, IomPE, Neurosky, Leap Motion and including Alternate Reality Games and Augmented Reality, as well as additional categories such as table top games, card games, sports, performance art, live action role playing, and even an interactive art installation. “We’re thrilled to celebrate the strongest, most creative lineup of independently developed games at the Festival to date, while at the same time, providing the resources, peer mentoring, and sessions that can help indie devs succeed,” said Stephanie Barish, chief executive officer, IndieCade. “This year we will fearlessly tackle topics that will push the boundaries of design, discuss intimacy and consent, and explore all of the unique viewpoints and diversity of independent games. To see what’s next for gaming, come join us at IndieCade Festival 2015!” The Official Award Nominees for IndieCade Festival 2015 represent the best and most exciting indie games of the year, as determined by the IndieCade Jury. IndieCade jurors include past IndieCade finalists, professional developers, fine artists, researchers and academics, curators, journalists and game writers, and students with past game development history. This is truly a Festival for the indie community by the indie community.
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