Indiecade

The Third Party E3 2016 Booths In Pictures

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There were absolutely dozens upon dozens of booths with hundreds of interactive experiences for attendees to try. Fionna and I tried to see as many booths as we could and play as many games as humanly possible with only six hours of floor time per day. Here is a visual rundown of some of the 3rd party booths – so not Microsoft, Sony or other major console manufacturers – from both the North and South Hall.   Just outside of...

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Kona Coming To E3 As Part of The Indiecade Showcase

Indie survival & exploration title Kona will make an appearance as 1 of 100 titles available for play at the Indiecade booth at this year’s E3. Kona places players in Northern Canada in the 1970s as a strange blizzard blankets the town of Atamipak Lake. As a detective players must investigate this strange town, investigate the eerie happenings and survive. A major update to Kona is planned for E3 which will bring improvements in how item combinations are...

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Convention Report: Experiencing The Weirdness of IndieCade 2015

Writing and Photos By: Renee Gittins  IndieCade is weird. So often “weird” is seen as a negative term, but weird is celebrated here. The games and activities showcase that the abnormal is often fun. In the Los Angeles heat, indie developers, gamers, parents and children enjoy the fun, thought-provoking and silly experiences. IndieCade celebrates innovation and it shows in every part of the festival. The three day festival is for gamers, developers and the general public alike....

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