news\ Apr 18, 2013 at 1:30 am

IndieCade now accepting game submissions


Indie developers can now submit their projects to the IndieCade 2013 panel of judges. Every year IndieCade showcases a vast selection of independently developed titles that range from digital games to physical activities.

IndieCade will take place from October 3 through October 6. The deadline for submissions is June 30, and there's an $80 fee attached with $110 being charged for late fees, though devs who enter their games get a free FestivalPlus Pass, which goes for $250 otherwise.

Also worth noting is that selected titles may be eligible to appear at E3. The deadline for this, however, is May 15, so if you've got a game — even works in progress are encouraged — be sure to enter it ASAP.

Ah, IndieCade is a-comin'. You can almost smell those awesome indie games! Okay, so you really can't, but who cares? IndieCade is rad!


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