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Here's what's going to be at E3's IndieCade

IndieCade organizers announced this year's lineup of PC, mobile, and PS Vita games that will be featured at the committee's upcoming E3 showcase event. IndieCade's E3 booth will spotlight indie-produced PC efforts like Mousechief's 7 Grand Steps, Robot Loves Kitty's Legend of Dungeon, and Muse G...

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Flower lands on Vita, viewable at E3's Indiecade exhibit

Flower is coming to Vita after four years as a PS3 exclusive, according to the list of Indiecade games coming to E3. Flower used tilt controls on the PS3, and the Vita version will take advantage of the system's touchscreen and motion-sensing abilities. "Using simple touch or motion controls, th...

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IndieCade in New York City this weekend

IndieCade comes to Queens this weekend, February 15 - 17. It's the first time the independent games festival, which will feature over 25 games, has come to the east coast. Organizers are also promoting that visitors will have a chance to check out the Oculus Rift. Special guests planned to attend a...

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IndieCade 2012 winners get their crowns, IndieCade East in 2013

This year's great indie battle has come to an end with the victors crowned. The 2012 IndieCade winners were selected by a band of merry developers, including Kellee Santiago, co-founder of Journey studio thatgamecompany, Braid developer Jonathan Blow, and J. Stewart Burns, producer and writer for T...

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IndieCade 2012 lineup: Papo & Yo, Hawken, Cards Against Humanity

IndieCade 2012 runs October 4 - 7 in Los Angeles with a host of today's most brilliant independent games and gimmicks. IndieCade selects a slew of intriguing indies each year, and it just revealed this year's list, which includes some higher-profile titles such as Dys4ia, Hotline Miami, Papo & ...

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IndieCade 2012 finalists line up for judgement, awards on Oct. 4

IndieCade 2012 kicks off on October 4 in downtown Culver City, California, celebrating indie games and developers for four days across multiple venues. The Red Carpet Awards, held on the evening of October 4 and hosted by Felicia Day, honors the coolest, most intriguing games in the indie scene, an...

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IndieCade at E3: Sizing up Scale

I also ran around the IndieCade tour at E3, and while our own Jess Conditt took a lot of creepy pleasure in the grim philosophical horror title A Mother's Inferno, my tastes ran more simple and colorful: The best game I saw in that section of E3 this year was called Scale. Scale, developed by Steve...

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IndieCade at E3: Hokra, a minimalist sports game with huge appeal, equal barriers

Of all the games littering the IndieCade floor at E3, just one of them truly belonged there in a way that the others just couldn't touch: Ramiro Corbetta's Hokra. It wasn't necessarily flashier, prettier or more famous than any of the other titles, but it was a game made for public exhibitions &n...

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IndieCade at E3: A Mother's Inferno

A Mother's Inferno begins on a train, travels through the juiciest bowels of Hell, and ends up somewhere in between, covered in neon blood and reeking of vomit and mental decay. It's a short journey, if that helps. A Mother's Inferno, a PC/Mac title at E3's IndieCade from Denmark's National Academy...

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Take a tour with us through IndieCade at E3

We're not very good at lying, so when we say "A Mother's Inferno was an absolutely terrifying indie game," we mean we played it alone, at night, on a big-screen TV, and we just about peed our pants no less than seven times. Seriously, we haven't slept soundly in weeks. Not all of the games at I...

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