Culver City: The Main Event
Come to IndieCade in 2013 to experience an action-packed festival full of gameplay, previews, networking, workshop sessions, master classes, awards, and so much more... October 3-6, 2013!
//What is IndieCade?
The IndieCade Festival is the only stand-alone independent-focused game festival in the nation. It's flagship festival is held each October in the Los Angeles Area and is open to the industry and to the public.
Events this October 3-6, 2013 include a festival workshops, master classes, a professional conference track, keynotes, and family-focused activities, meet-and-greets with game creators, hands-on gameplay with a GameWalk, live games, Night Games and numerous social events.
"IndieCade, the video game industry's Sundance."
The Los Angeles Times
October 1, 2009
//Where is IndieCade?
IndieCade 2013 will be held in downtown Culver City (Los Angeles), CA with its headquarters in the Downtown City Plaza. The Festival offers a unique opportunity to play and preview the latest innovative indie video games and rub shoulders with the creators of the newest games, as well as legends from across the industry.
The IndieCade Village. This outdoor IndieCade headquarters will be located at the corner of Main Street and Culver Blvd in the heart of downtown Culver City.
Location: 9300 Culver Blvd. Culver City, CA 90232
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//Activities, Workshops, & Panels
The IndieCade Festival will be filled with sessions and gameplay:
Past events have included: Chalk Games, Junk Games, World Model Workshop, Boardgame Making, Iron Game Designer Challenge, as well as panels with IndieCade's featured independent game creators from around the world.
Big games or live games turn IndieCade into a giant playground.
Each year IndieCade provides a forum for new types of public games and play. Games have included city-wide zombie tag, a twister racing games, mad hatter tea parties, paper mache pigeons pummeled with wiffleball bats, a virtual putt-putt course, paparazzi, subtle mobs, and more.
The GameWalk / Festival Arcade is free and open to the public.
Top independent games from around the world are featured at the heart of the IndieCade festival GameWalk. The GameWalk is a unique opportunity for enthusiasts, developers, and the general public to play these unique games, often before they make the big times.
//Game U: IndieCade's Gamemaker 101
Game U is a special conference at the IndieCade Festival of Independent Games that focuses on pulling back the curtain on the game development process,
and the work that game designers do
Night games are a unique and memorable annual event at IndieCade included with the Festival Writsband.
Saturday night big games are unique to the IndieCade experience and a memorable festival highlight.