Passes for the Game Developers Conference 2014 are still available, and today we’re excited to announce more details about the brand new Indie MEGABOOTH Showcase exhibit, which will be open to all GDC passholders (from Expo to All-Access) at various points during the week of the 2014 Game Developers Conference, March 17-21.
The Indie MEGABOOTH Showcase is a collection of independent developers banding together to show off the latest and greatest indie games at conventions across the world. The MEGABOOTH exists to support indie developers and help pool their resources to enable them to showcase their work prominently, despite not having access to publisher support.
The organizers work with more than 150 independent game studios to select a variety of games across multiple platforms — including mobile, PC, console and more — for exhibition at prominent game industry events, and this year they’re coming to GDC 2014 with 15 games that will be playable on the show floor as part of the Indie MEGABOOTH Showcase.
Indie MEGABOOTH Showcase Game Lineup
Airscape: The Fall of Gravity from Cross-Product
Assault Android Cactus by Witch Beam Games Pty Ltd
Barkley 2: Revenge of Cuchulainn from Tales of Game’s Corp. Corp.
Burrito Galaxy by SwackSoft softWorks WorkShop
Chroma Squad from Behold Studios
GNAH! by KO-OP Mode
Lovers in a Dangerous Spacetime from Asteroid Base
Rex Rocket by Castle Pixel, LLC
Robots Love Ice Cream from Dragon Army
Sentris by Timbre Interactive
SlashDash from Nevernaut Games
Tetropolis by NextGen Pants
Tower of Guns from Terrible Posture Games
Trestle by Sets and Settings
Wayward Souls from Rocketcat Games
All games will be playable in the Indie MEGABOOTH Showcase exhibit on the third floor of the West Hall of Moscone Convention Center during GDC 2014.
GDC 2014 itself will take place March 17-21, 2014 at the Moscone Convention Center in San Francisco, California. You can register for the event by visiting the info page on the official GDC 2014 website.
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