A Visit To The Indie Games Pavilion At E3

Next Story

Evernote Peek: The First Smart Cover App That Could Make You Smarter

http://player.ooyala.com/player.swf?embedCode=15ZWlpMjr2cCvyKBmPosGW6aC8rKx3qx&version=2

IndieGames supports indie game developers by showcasing them at various events and putting them in front of the big boys. The results? Cooler gameplay, exciting new titles, and lots of fun. Yesterday we played some of the coolest indie games we’ve ever seen including the Rogue-like Desktop Dungeons and Q.U.B.E., a game that is reminiscent of Portal but completely different. Take a look at both and you’ll understand.

We spoke with organizer Jeriaska who gave us tours of some past winners and up and coming titles at the organization. Most interestingly, he noted that indie gaming is easier than ever and that development packages are cheap enough now that almost anyone can develop for iOS or Steam and, with a little lucky, PS3 and Xbox.