About The IGF

IndieGames.com is presented by the UBM TechWeb Game Network, which runs the Independent Games Festival & Summit every year at Game Developers Conference. The company (producer of the Game Developers Conference series, Gamasutra.com and Game Developer magazine) established the Independent Games Festival in 1998 to encourage innovation in game development and to recognize the best independent game developers.

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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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Reviews

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09/09/2009   Aaaaa! - A Reckless Disregard for Gravity (Dejobaan Games)

31/03/2009   And Yet It Moves (Broken Rules)

22/07/2009   Blackwell Convergence, The (Wadjet Eye Games)

06/06/2009   Blueberry Garden (Erik Svedäng)

12/02/2009   City Rain (Mother Gaia Studio)

07/04/2009   Cogs (Lazy 8 Studios)

15/10/2009   Critter Crunch (Capybara Games)

20/02/2009   Emerald City Confidential (Wadjet Eye Games)

28/10/2009   Eufloria (Alex May and Rudolf Kremers)

14/02/2009   Flower (thatgamecompany)

19/03/2009   Kivi's Underworld (Soldak Entertainment)

15/08/2009   Osmos (Hemisphere Games)

21/03/2009   Path, The (Tale of Tales)

05/03/2009   Raycatcher (Thinking Studios)

01/07/2009   Time Gentlemen, Please! (Zombie Cow Studios)

17/07/2009   Trine (Frozenbyte)

21/04/2009   Zeno Clash (ACE Team)



Reviews written by Michael Rose.


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