Festival Dates:
October 6 - 8, 2017
Downtown Los Angeles

IndieCade Festival Exhibitors

The IndieCade Village grows each year. This year's festival will be busy with games and exhibits that you won’t want to miss. There will be the newest games to play, people to meet and so much more... The exhibitors for 2015 are:

PlayStation logo

Recognized as a global leader and company responsible for the progression of consumer-based computer entertainment, Sony Computer Entertainment Inc. (SCEI) manufactures, distributes, develops and markets the PSP®(PlayStation®Portable) handheld entertainment system, the PlayStation®3 (PS3™) computer entertainment system, the PlayStation®Vita (PS Vita) portable entertainment system and the PlayStation®4 computer entertainment system.
Learn more


AbleGamers Charity logo

AbleGamers Charity

AbleGamers charity wields the power of gaming to break down barriers for people with disabilities. By granting specialized, custom equipment to people in need, AbleGamers aims to give everyone a chance to get into the game.
Learn more

Beyond Red Wave Arts logo

Beyond Red Wave Arts

We are a very small company founded by two people who love games. We started this company to create games that we have always dreamed of…games that we would love playing.

To this end, we have put together a small team of people who are passionate about games, and who all share the same vision. We want to be known as a company that listens to you, our audience, our customers, our community, and still staying true to our artistic vision. We believe that in doing so, we stay grounded with the core ideologies and aspirations that lead us here in the first place.

We seek to tell compelling stories, impart philosophical insights, and deliver fun and meaningful experiences through the games that we create. We just barely started, but we shall strive to take you on a journey through an alternate reality that goes beyond the borders of our imagination and into…Beyond Red Wave Arts…

Learn more

Beyond Red Wave Arts logo

Beyond Red Wave Arts

We are a very small company founded by two people who love games. We started this company to create games that we have always dreamed of…games that we would love playing.

To this end, we have put together a small team of people who are passionate about games, and who all share the same vision. We want to be known as a company that listens to you, our audience, our customers, our community, and still staying true to our artistic vision. We believe that in doing so, we stay grounded with the core ideologies and aspirations that lead us here in the first place.

We seek to tell compelling stories, impart philosophical insights, and deliver fun and meaningful experiences through the games that we create. We just barely started, but we shall strive to take you on a journey through an alternate reality that goes beyond the borders of our imagination and into…Beyond Red Wave Arts…

Learn more

Code Liberation  logo

Code Liberation

We work together with only one simple mission: teach women, nonbinary, femme, and girl-identifying people to program using creativity as a pedagogical approach. Our aim is to reach women that have never considered entering into the field of computer science or who have left it because it is male dominated. Often presented within the current educational system as something that men or boys do, young women, nonbinary, femme, and girl-identifying people are excluded by default. By offering low risk educational opportunities to this population within a safe, non-competitive atmosphere, these marginalized people can be reintroduced to programming as a way to create and understand their world.
Learn more

Critical Path logo

Critical Path

Epic Games logo

Epic Games

Developed by Epic Games, the Unreal Engine brings high-fidelity experiences to PC, console, mobile, VR and the Web. Unreal Engine accelerates the creation of games, applications, visualizations and cinematic content. Download Unreal Engine for free at unrealengine.com and follow @UnrealEngine for updates.
Learn more

Extra Life logo

Extra Life

Extra Life is a Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals fundraising program that empowers the gaming community to make a difference in the lives of local sick and injured kids. Participants fundraise year round and during a 24-hour gaming marathon each fall. Getting involved is as easy as signing up online at extra-life.org, asking your friends and family to donate and pledging to play games for 24 hours in support of the Children’s Miracle Network Hospital of your choice. You can play from the comfort of your own home playing any game you want. Our 170 member hospitals rely on donations to provide the best care for kids. Since 2008 we have raised over 14 million and it has gone towards things like funding critical treatments research and equipment as well as helping families who cannot afford care. To learn more about how you can play games to heal kids visit extra-life.org.
Learn more

FMOD logo

FMOD

FMOD Studio is an adaptive audio tool and engine for games — built on top of FMOD, the industry leading cross-platform audio middleware solution that has shipped in over 2,000 games over the past 15 years. FMOD Studio offers a vast array of features to support adaptive audio creation for video game developers and audio professionals alike. Explore the flexibility of FMOD Studio’s interactive music and sound engine. FMOD Studio utilises the power of tempo-based timing, and parametricized branching for both its music and sound design engines, making it a highly flexible audio solution. Studio also gives professionals access to a fully featured mixer with effects and snapshot functionality, which allows you to stage mix setups for particular moments in your game. All this functionality can be integrated to Unreal Engine 4 or Unity, and can be connected back to FMOD Studio for performance Profiling.
Learn more

Games for Change logo

Games for Change

Games for Change (G4C) promotes and facilitates the development of games for social impact, which includes learning, civics and health. G4C hosts public arcades, funds game design challenges, workshops, and produces the annual G4C Festival, which highlights games for good and brings together developers, social innovators and funders to further develop the field of impact games. Through our G4C Lab, consult with organizations on social impact game strategies and often pair game developers with cause-related organizations to executive produce games.
Learn more

Girls Make Games logo

Girls Make Games

Girls Make Games is a series of international summer camps, workshops and game jams designed to encourage girls to explore the world of video games and development.
Learn more

Green Mountain Energy logo

Green Mountain Energy

LACE Games  logo

LACE Games

LACE stands for Liberation Arts and Community Engagement. These are a series of live, interactive, embodied games designed to move communities and individuals from positions of marginality and objectification towards positions of power and choice.
Learn more

Leap Motion logo

Leap Motion

Leap Motion technology brings dynamic 3D hand input into virtual reality, augmented reality, Mac and PC, allowing developers to bring natural hand input into next gen digital environments.

Learn more

Little Bits logo

Little Bits

Long Island University logo

Long Island University

The Digital Game Design and Development program at LIU Post offers a project-based curriculum that allows students to develop skills in all areas of game development, including game design, computer programming, and visual design. The program focuses heavily on game creation, so during their time at LIU Post, students will work on several solo and group-based projects, giving them a chance to develop a broad range of game development skills. Before graduating, students complete a capstone thesis project, which can be used as a portfolio piece in a job application or as an independent commercial project.
Learn more

LOOT Interactive logo

LOOT Interactive

LOOT Interactive is an independent game publisher and interactive entertainment developer based in Culver City, CA founded by game industry veterans with deep experience in independent game publishing, developer relations, and marketing for console games.

Our mission is to bring exceptional indie games with compelling and challenging gameplay to larger audiences on modern consoles by leveraging the company’s extensive publishing and production experience. LOOT is currently publishing and porting exceptional game titles and applications to the PlayStation suite of devices and Xbox One.
Learn more

MaxPlay logo

MaxPlay

MaxPlay™ is a cross-platform game technology and services company focused on advancing game development tools so that developers can build, publish and operate successful game properties. MaxPlay’s Game Development Suite (GDS) is a cloud-based development platform built on a service-oriented architecture (SOA) that gives developers the power to collaborate, create, and operate games in unprecedented ways.

MaxPlay Game Development Suite

The MaxPlay™ Game Development Suite (GDS) is built on a cloud-based, service-oriented architecture (SOA) that provides game development teams with tremendous control of their projects and access to a powerful set of tools and data that dramatically improves productivity, multi-platform development, project management and business intelligence.
The MaxPlay Game Development Suite is the first true real-time collaborative platform that empowers game developers of all disciplines to simultaneously create, iterate, and synch together from anywhere in the world. Instant change preview and deploy to target device dramatically improves productivity for game developers. 

The Game Development Suite’s unique open service-oriented architecture empowers engineers with unparalleled access to code, service modules and data so they can customize & extend tools anyway they wish to the specific needs of projects.


Learn more

Mysterious Package Company logo

Mysterious Package Company

New York Film Academy logo

New York Film Academy

New York Film Academy:  NYC, L.A., Miami logo

New York Film Academy: NYC, L.A., Miami

Nintendo logo

Nintendo

About Nintendo: The worldwide pioneer in the creation of interactive entertainment, Nintendo Co., Ltd., of Kyoto, Japan, manufactures and markets hardware and software for its Wii U™ and Wii™ home consoles, and Nintendo 3DS™ and Nintendo DS™ families of portable systems. Since 1983, when it launched the Nintendo Entertainment System™, Nintendo has sold more than 4.3 billion video games and more than 680 million hardware units globally, including the current-generation Wii U, Nintendo 3DS and Nintendo 3DS XL, as well as the Game Boy™, Game Boy Advance, Nintendo DS, Nintendo DSi™ and Nintendo DSi XL™, Super NES™, Nintendo 64™, Nintendo GameCube™ and Wii systems. It has also created industry icons that have become well-known, household names such as Mario™, Donkey Kong™, Metroid™, Zelda™ and Pokémon™. A wholly owned subsidiary, Nintendo of America Inc., based in Redmond, Wash., serves as headquarters for Nintendo’s operations in the Western Hemisphere. For more information about Nintendo, please visit the company’s website at http://www.nintendo.com.

The following games will be playable in the Nintendo booth: Electronic Super Joy (Michael Todd Games), FAST Racing Neo (Shin'en), HIVE JUMP (BLACK LANTERN STUDIOS - GRAPHITE LAB), Runbow (13AM Games), Shantae Half-Genie Hero (WayForward), Shovel Knight (Yacht Club Games), Tumblestone (The Quantum Astrophysicists Guild) and Typoman (Brainseed Factory).
Learn more

NOD logo

NOD

NVIDIA logo

NVIDIA

NVIDIA SHIELD - THE BEST ANDROID TV BOX
At IndieCade visit the NVIDIA booth where we’ll be showing off the NVIDIA SHIELD Android TV box. It’s one of the most powerful Android devices made so far, and as well as streaming 4K and all kinds of media it’s awesome for playing Games.

Develop for SHIELD
There are 2 ways to develop for NVIDIA SHIELD. Develop and deploy native Android apps just as you would for any other Android platform or stream PC content from the cloud using our revolutionary GeForce Now service.
To learn more about developing Android apps on Shield with our industry leading tools click here: Develop for SHIELD

To learn more about GeForce Now click here: GeForce Now

NVIDIA and Game Developers
At NVIDIA we have a variety of programs for helping developers get their content onto SHIELD as well as getting maximum exposure on PC and Android. Do you have a game you think NVIDIA would be interested in seeing? Stop by the booth to show us your game or just to hang out and play some games with us.
Not at IndieCade? You can still contact us here: NVIDIA Contact
Learn more

NYU Game Center logo

NYU Game Center

The NYU Game Center was established in 2008 at NYU's Tisch School of the Arts to explore the design and development of games as a creative practice. We offer two-year Masters of Fine Arts (MFA) and four-year Bachelor of Fine Arts (BFA) degrees in game design, as well as numerous open to the public events on the design, production, and study of games as an aesthetic and cultural form. For more information, visit gamecenter.nyu.edu.
Learn more

NYU Game Center logo

NYU Game Center

The NYU Game Center celebrates games as a creative practice, offering BFA, MFA, and undergraduate courses and public programs on the design, production, and study of games as an aesthetic and cultural form. For more information, visit us at gamecenter.nyu.edu
Learn more

OMCD logo

OMCD

Paidia logo

Paidia

Parsons School of Design logo

Parsons School of Design

Parsons connects game design to a broader worldview. Here students work with designers of all creative domains, including interaction design, immersive storytelling, installation art and exhibit design, and experimental performance. Students are encouraged to establish their own unique game design pipeline and become a motivating, engaging, and persuasive play master. Our alumni and faculty have taken their game designs into countless artistic and socially relevant forums all around the world, from entrepreneurial independent game development here in New York to disaster education in remote villages of South Africa to immersive storytelling experience in virtual reality.
Learn more

Playtable logo

Playtable

Razer logo

Razer

SideFX logo

SideFX

For nearly thirty years, SideFX has been providing artists with procedural 3D animation, visual effects, and game development tools designed to create the highest-quality entertainment results. We are passionate about what our customers do because our roots are in production, both as artists and as pioneering technical innovators.
Learn more

Sony Interactive Entertainment, LLC logo

Sony Interactive Entertainment, LLC

Recognized as a global leader and company responsible for the progression of consumer-based computer entertainment, Sony Computer Entertainment Inc. (SCEI) manufactures, distributes, develops and markets the PSP®(PlayStation®Portable) handheld entertainment system, the PlayStation®3 (PS3™) computer entertainment system, the PlayStation®Vita (PS Vita) portable entertainment system and the PlayStation®4 computer entertainment system.
Learn more

Squire logo

Squire

Tester1 logo

Tester1

Tester2 logo

Tester2

Tester3 logo

Tester3

Tester4 logo

Tester4

Tobii logo

Tobii

Tobii Tech is a business unit of Tobii (STO: TOBII), the global leader in eye tracking. Tobii Tech focuses on taking Tobii’s leading eye-tracking technology to high-volume markets including computers, gaming devices, virtual reality, vehicles and medical devices. Its customers integrate Tobii’s eye-tracking technology into various devices and applications and take these products to market under their brand and channel. For more information, please visit www.tobii.com/tech
Learn more

virZoom logo

virZoom

VirZOOM creates thrilling VR experiences powered by you. Pedal your VirZOOM Controller to propel yourself through endlessly exciting VR games. Power a horse in a race, a tank in battle, a fire-breathing dragon through mountains. Patent pending software controls keep you feeling good. A workout without the work.
Learn more

XTH, Inc logo

XTH, Inc

XTH Sense is the world's first biocreative instrument and next evolution in sensory expression. The XTH Sense harnesses the power of your body to let you interact with connected devices, musical and video software, games and virtual reality in a highly personalized and engaging way. Using multiple biophysical sensors, the XTH Sense captures various sounds from your body, such as muscles contracting, blood flowing, the heart beating, as well as your motion data and temperature. These sounds and data represent your expressive signature. With the XTH Software Suite you can use your expressive signature to control musical parameters, create digital drawings, interact with game mechanics and play in virtual reality (VR). We call it biocreative interaction.
Learn more

Gaming for Everyone Demo Lounge by Intel

Failsafe

by Game Over

Hue

by Henry Hoffman and Dan Da Rocha

I’m Fine

by rokashi

Magic Interaction

by Annamaria Andrea Vitali

Miramonte Park

by Tina Ziemek

Potions: A Curious Tale

by Stumbling Cat

Scrap Force

by Naked Sky

Shoot to Kill

by Peardrum

Super Comboman

by Interabang Entertainment

We Are Fine, We'll Be Fine

by Team Sagittarius

Wordwright

by Defined Mind

Night Games at the Media Park

Don't forget to stop by the Media Park at 9091 Culver Blvd, Culver City, CA 90232 to see this year's Night Games.

Festival Hours

  • Thursday, October 22nd
    • 8:30 AM - 6:30 PM IndieXchange (Pre-Festival Developer Summit)
    • 8:00 PM IndieCade Awards
  • Friday, October 23rd
    • 9:30 AM think:indie opens
    • 12 PM IndieCade Village opens
    • 8 PM IndieCade Village closes
  • Saturday, October 24th
    • 9:30 AM think:indie opens
    • 10 AM GameU, Fire Station One Showcase, & IndieCade Village open
    • 6 PM IndieCade Village Closes, Night Games open in Media Park
    • 11 PM Night Games closes
  • Sunday, October 25th
    • 9:30 AM think:indie & GameU open
    • 12 PM Fire Station One Showcase & IndieCade Village open
    • 3 PM eSports Closing Event at IndieCade Village
    • 4 PM Closing Awards & Concert begin at IndieCade Village, Fire Station One closes
    • 6 PM IndieCade Village closes

Badge Pickup

Badge Pickup Location:
Registration Tent at IndieCade Village
9300 Culver Blvd, Culver City, CA 90232
You do not need your badge for the IndieXchange or the Awards. Your name will be on list at both of those locations.

Hours:
  • Wednesday, October 21st
    • 12:00 PM - 6:00 PM
  • Thursday, October 22nd
    • 8:30 AM - 6:00 PM
  • Friday, October 23rd
    • 9:00 AM - 6:00 PM
  • Saturday, October 24th
    • 9:00 AM - 10:00 PM
  • Sunday, October 25th
    • 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM

Map



Click here to download the IndieCade 2014 Map (.PDF).

Newsletter

Stay up to date with all the latest news and get reminders about the submission dates right to your inbox.