The Boing Boing Guide to the 2010 Indie Games Festival

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8 Responses to “The Boing Boing Guide to the 2010 Indie Games Festival”

  1. Anonymous says:

    I love Shatter. Bought it months ago and still regularly play it.

  2. CANTFIGHTTHEDITE says:

    Everything looks sooooo awesome! Can’t wait for the releases! But Cogs and AAAAaaa! will do nicely until that time.

  3. TandemWexley says:

    While these all look fantastic, I think Vessel has the best chance of capturing my attention.

    I’m psyched to see Super Meat Boy made in the running for the grand prize, I’m a big fan of Edmund McMillan; Aether, Time Fcuk, Spewer are all great games and he deserves the recognition. AaaaaAAaaaAAAaaAAAAaAAAAA!!! is also great fun, I purchased it after playing the demo at a friend’s house.

  4. SamSam says:

    Wow, some of these look really great.

    Closure, though the simplest graphically, actually looks really rad. It took me a while to work out why the guy had to bother carrying the light around with him all the time. It’s exactly these kind of out-of-the-box ideas that make indie games so cool.

  5. Anonymous says:

    Intro of Super Meat Boy… STREET FIGHTER II LIVES ON!!!!

  6. Anonymous says:

    Anyone know how to contact Vacuum Flowers, the publishers of Star Guard? It has a pretty annoying bug which means the game crashes about half the time when starting a level. Apart from that it’s ace though. I assume they’d like to know about the bug, but there’s no contact details on their site!

  7. Anonymous says:

    Great write up on the IGF noms! And Congrats to the super talented devs, artists and musicians on the list. I can’t wait to check out your games at GDC!

  8. wispsmoke says:

    If I were on SCEA’s board, I would give a contract to each and everyone of these artists/studios to put these out on the PSN. It would be an act with selfish roots, yes, but ultimately for the good of the community, methinks.

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