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IndieCade Festival Announces 2013 Finalists

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The IndieCade has officially announced the 36 finalists out of 850 for their 2013 festival. Also featured will be 120 other indie games that will be playable October 3rd-6th in Culver City.


The selected finalists include:

  • [code] – Rambod Kermanizadeh & Aaron Silbering
  • 99 Tiny Games – Hide & Seek
  • Constellation – Cosmic Games
  • Cube & Star: A Love Story – Doppler Interactive
  • Deadbolt – Elizabeth Sampat
  • Dog Eat Dog – Liwanag Press
  • Edgar Rice Soirée – Copenhagen Game Collective
  • Ephemerid – SuperChop Games
  • Extrasolar – Lazy 8 Studios
  • Gone Home – The Fullbright Company
  • Gunpoint – Suspicious Developments
  • Hermit Crab in Space – Golden Ruby Games
  • Kentucky Route Zero – Cardboard Computer
  • Kulak – David Coss
  • Luxuria Superbia – Tale of Tales
  • Movers and Shakers – Singapore-MIT GAMBIT Game lab
  • NIDHOGG – MESSHOF
  • Other – Quartic Llama
  • Perfect Woman – Peter Lu & Lea Schönfelder
  • Pico – Digital Dream Quartet
  • Porpentine’s Twine Compilation – Porpentine
  • Quadrilateral Cowboy – Blendo Games
  • Reus – Abbey Games
  • Rogue Legacy – Cellar Door Games
  • Rollers of the Realm – Phantom Compass
  • Save the Date – Paper Dino Software
  • Simian.Interface – Vested Interest
  • Sokobond – Alan Hazelden & Harry Lee
  • Soundodger – Studio Bean
  • Spaceteam – Henry Smith
  • Spin the Bottle: Bumpie’s Party – KnapNok Games & Redgrim
  • Starseed Pilgrim – Droqen & Ryan Roth
  • SUPER TIME FORCE – Capybara Games
  • That Dragon, Cancer – Josh Larson
  • TowerFall – Matt Makes Games
  • Upgrade Soul – Opertoon

We’ve covered a few of these games including SUPER TIME FORCE, Spin the Bottle: Bumpie’s Party, Gone Home, and That Dragon, Cancer and have liked all of them. I’m sure that the rest of the finalists will be as enjoyable. Nintendo, PlayStation, Ouya, and Oculus Rift will also be present at the event. Tickets for the festival start at $20, which is a steal for the chance to play great games with the great devs standing only a few feet away. The festival will also include IndieCade’s Game U which is two days of workshops, sessions, and panels for aspiring developers. Tickets for Game U are $125 for standard tickets and $65 for those with a student ID.

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