Pictures from IndieCade
- The closing ceremony for IndieCade was packed with people and well wishes.
- 'Night in the Woods' is a game about the inevitability of death... and pizza parties.
- IndieCade award contenders filled the belly of the fire station.
- 'Antimatter Matters' is a board game that mixes quantum physics with fun.
- Bloom is an interactive architectural installation that drew attention from people young and old.
- Jerry Belich paraded the Choosatron through IndieCade, offering choose-your-own-adventure opportunities to all and sundry.
- People of all shapes and sizes filled the tents, clamoring for an opportunity to test the games.
- 'Assault Android Cactus' is a skill-based arcade shooter with deceptively adorable graphics.
- 'Hoot Patooter' is a hot potato game that involves a fake Swedish chef and real vegetables.
- Austin Wintory provided IndieCade with live performances of some of his most famous pieces.
- Members of the public had the opportunity to check out the one the latest Samsung Gear VR headset.
- 'Use of Force' utilizes virtual reality technology to immerse users in a recreation of a real-life case of police brutality.
- Many of the panels at IndieCade were held in the Ivy Theatre in Culver City, California.
- The Oculus VR trailer was easily the most eye-catching of the lot.
- 'Sankofa Says' in an installation that looks to capture the joy of "of myth-busting, of finding new things, of exploring a place, and even of encountering a few juicy lies."
- Not every game showcased in IndieCade used cutting-edge technology.