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About The IGS

Featuring lectures, postmortems and roundtables from some of the most notable independent game creators around, the Independent Games Summit is a yearly event, with iterations thus far taking place in March 2007, February 2008, March 2009 and March 2010 at Game Developers Conference.

UBM TechWeb (which curates the IGF and runs GDC) plans to continue and grow the Independent Games Summit in subsequent years.

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best freeware experimental games 2009

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Best Freeware Experimental Games 2009


Call it art. Call it experimental. Call it meta, even. Love them or hate them, art games are here to stay. A word of warning though: some of these developers do take the idea of permanency to the extreme. The cost of defeat in any of these games might end up to be more than what you're willing to lose.

  1. Rara Racer
  2. You Only Live Once
  3. Don't Soil Your Pants
  4. Every Day the Same Dream
  5. Pathways
  6. Today I Die
  7. We The Giants
  8. Tanaka's Friendly Adventure
  9. Chaser
10. Post I.T. Shooter
11. Succor
12. The Linear RPG
13. Queens
14. This is the Only Level
15. Where
16. Din
17. FallOver
18. DefeatMe
19. Dungeon
20. Lose/Lose

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