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Journey producer Robin Hunicke to speak at Boston Festival of Indie Games

The Boston Festival of Indie Games has announced that its keynote speaker will be Robin Hunicke, former executive producer of Journey. Hunicke's talk, Finding Meaning in Gameplay, will "focus on how developers can create games that inspire new feelings, by looking inward and examining the everyday...

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Boston Festival of Indie Games offers PC game bundle as Kickstarter incentive

The Boston Festival of Indie Games will return to MIT's campus in September, and organizers hope to make this year's show bigger, better, and less sweltering than last year's event with help from Kickstarter backers. Showcasing tabletop games, interactive art, and video games developed by local...

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Second annual Boston FIG now accepting entrants

The Boston Festival of Indie Games submission process is now open for the September 14 event. The early registration fee is $20 until May 1 – after that, and until the deadline on June 20, fees are $25 for standard showcase entries, and $20 for student entries. This is the second year the...

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Boston Festival of Indie Games returns in September

The Boston Festival of Indie Games is back for round two this year, taking place on September 14 from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. on the MIT campus. The Boston Festival of Indie Games is a free event, open to the public, and last year included 36 showcase games, such as Resonance, Cognition, Snapshot,...

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Boston Festival of Indie Games announces lineup

The Boston Festival of Indie Games has revealed the 36 games that will be showcased at the event this Saturday, September 22. Featured games – with developers in tow – include Fire Hose Games' Go Home Dinosaurs, Owlchemy Labs' Jack Lumber and many, many others. The event is free and...

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Boston Festival of Indie Games coming from MIT Game Lab and Boston Indies this Sept.

On September 22, MIT Game Lab and Boston Indies will host the Boston Festival of Indie Games, on site at MIT. The day-long event will encompass all manner of homegrown gaming projects, from traditional video games, to board games, "live action games" and "interactive fiction." The festival will also...

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