Jaime Woo and Mark Rabo of Gamercamp Lv2 are currently seeking demos from Ontario indie developers. The deadline for submission is October 26 for the five spots open during this year's edition of the Toronto gaming festival. The only requirements are that your game be local and still in-progress, eh?

For an idea of the variety of high caliber content associated with the indie-friendly event, 2009's entries included Superbrothers' Sword + Sworcery, Spooky Squid Games' Guerilla Gardening: Seeds of Revolution, Stegersaurus's Battle Beat, and DrinkBox Studio's About A Blob. Each demo was accompanied by a half-hour talk by the creators on their personal approach to game design.

Presenters scheduled to appear this November 13 and 14 include Craig D. Adams, Jim Guthrie and Kris Piotrowski of the Sword & Sworcery EP, Miguel Sternberg of Spooky Squid, and Nathan Vella of Capybara Games. There will also be a live performance by chip-rock band Anamanaguchi, whose music was featured in Bit.Trip Runner. Tickets to the main event are $30, or $42 with the concert.


Spooky Squid's Guerrilla Gardening: Seeds of Revolution - Trailer 1