IndieCade East 2014
Friday, February 14, 2014 at Various times
Repeating every day through Sunday, February 16, 2014
|Where:||Museum of the Moving Image 36-01 35 Avenue, New York NY|
|Cost:||$45-$55 for adult day pas|
|Ages:||8 and up|
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February 14–16 at 10:30am
IndieCade East will take over Museum of the Moving Image for a 3-day weekend of games, talks, panels, and workshops celebrating independent games and the people who make and play them. Hear from successful designers, thoughtful academics, and insightful journalists; discover new games and try out platforms still under development; and show off new projects to a community of game lovers. IndieCade is the country’s premier festival for independent video games, dedicated to the discovery, development, and recognition of independent designers and developers from around the world. In addition to more than 30 diverse talks and panels, the festival offers a range of valuable workshops from introductions to digital gamemaking tools to hands-on game design tutorials.
Show & Tell
Saturday, February 15 and Sunday, February16
Playtest prototypes, try unreleased games, meet other developers, and create buzz for your new game. Developers will demonstrate their games for two-hour sessions on Saturday, February 15 and Sunday, February 16. Sign up to show your game. (IndieCade East day pass is required for access to Show & Tell. Table and power provided; participants must bring everything else required to play the game.)
Indie eSports Showcase
Saturday and Sunday
Compete one-on-one and with teams to be crowned champion of the indie sports video games of tomorrow. Games include: Laza Knitez,Particle Mace, Foiled, Stikbold, Gunsport, Nidhogg, and Videoball.
Experience the latest games and platforms. Play new independent titles for the PlayStation 4 and Vita, try on wearable virtual-reality technology Oculus Rift, and experiment with some of Facebook’s recent releases.
Ticket prices vary by day, $45-$55 for adult day pass, $35-$45 for student day pass, free with museum admission of $10 for children ages 3-12. Multi-Day festival passes also available.