LA Game Space is a new nonprofit center for video game art, design and research taking up occupancy in a downtown warehouse space. Their first objective is to finance 30 games in one fell kickstarter, and they have design luminaries such as Hotline Miami's Cactus, Adventure Time's Pen War and QWOP's Bennett Foddy ready to get started if they reach their target. Adds director and co-founder Adam Robezzoli: "Though we are based in LA, we will be livestreaming all our events, and will have a moderator on our end to make sure those participating online are able to ask questions, make comments, and be as much a part of the experience as local attendees. Also, online participation in all events will be free".

2 Responses to “Nonprofit game outfit aims to kickstart 30 games”

  1. This is a brilliant initiative. Reach into your pockets and pony up some cash folks, indy media spaces like this don’t come along every day.

  2. Chentzilla says:

    Today I learned Hotline Miami was made by cactus.

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