Hot on the heels of Halloween, InfinityWaltz’s picks from IndieCade 2020 tend toward the spooky. Read on for his festival favorites…
Glitz, glamor and gaming: Hand Eye Society Ball 2016 had it all. At Toronto’s Masonic Temple, we took in the eats, the games….and the shadowy rituals? Read our full writeup.
VRTO (Virtual Reality Toronto) launched their first major event this weekend. Read our recap on the latest VR games, film, art…even ethics and philosophy!
IndieCade Festival 2016 is fast approaching, and indie game developers just have a few weeks left to submit games for consideration. Read on for details!
Now making its 8th consecutive appearance, IndieCade’s E3 booth packs a barrage of indie games. Check out the list, and read about some of the standouts.
Immerse yourself in Extrasolar, an ARG that allows you to track landscapes on a new world. It would seem that the planet isn’t the only thing holding secrets…
Oculus VR signs two more talented members to their already hefty roster of designers and engineers.
IndieGameReviewer.com reviews opening night of the theatrical world premiere in Culver City of “The Nether” by playwright Jennifer Haley and directed by Neel Keller – a story about the implications addiction to life in virtual worlds
Valve’s Team Fortress 2 will fully support Oculus’ VR headset, the Rift.
Believing is great and all, but so is doubting. You won’t be able to know the truth without both. The truth is pretty normal, anyways. Not really interesting at all, and it’s debatable if it’s worth knowing. Somehow, honesty is still usually a good idea.
The NAB Show, the largest media conference in the world hosted by the National Association of Broadcasters and taking place in Las Vegas April 10th-16th, is upon us. Here is the blurb for one of the sessions that caught our attention, titled “She’s Got Game: Exploring the Rising Importance and Influence of Women in Interactive Entertainment”
Listen to an interview with Sam Roberts (director of the Indiecade festival) and Jesse Vigil (Psychic Bunny). Topics covered include the past, present and future of indie games, how to develop an indie without any resources, how to get a game into the marketplace, new kinds of games that are emerging and the importance of this new medium.
Indiecade California 2009 Winners and a Surprise Announcement of New Indie Game Label “The Singularity”
The winners of the IndieCade international indie games festival are announced and Psychic Bunny announced a partnership venture with IndieCade Chair and Director to form The Singularity – a new independent game label.
For better or worse, depending on your take, indie games are becoming something entirely new. Nowhere to be found the frag enthusiasts or Columbine tributaries that one used to expect from the definition of floppy disk era indies like DOOM and Duke Nukem. IGR reports from day one at Indiecade, Culver City 2009.
“ORBITER” is a complex, full-fledged flight simulator that takes you beyond the skies and into outer space. Highly detailed and deep in its implementation of existing spaceship control, this amazing, free program allows you to launch the Space Shuttle from Kennedy Space Center to deploy a satellite, rendezvous with the International Space Station or take the futuristic Delta-glider for a tour through the solar system among other things.