IndieCade Europe:
October 30 - 31, 2017
Paris, France

IndieCade East:
December 1 - 3, 2017
New York City

The Gaming For Everyone Exhibit presented by Intel


Pavilion Dates: Friday, October 14 - Sunday, October 16
Location: USC: School of Cinematic Arts: IMD, 900 W 34th St, Los Angeles, CA 90007

Gaming for Everyone Exhibitors

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.
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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.
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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.
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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.
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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.
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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.
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Gaming for Everyone Demo Lounge

Art Club Challenge

by Jarryd Huntley

Beautiful Rising: The Game

by Beautiful Rising

Blue Cat

by Simone Castagna

BreadQuest

by Courtney Chavez

Liyla and the Shadows of Wae

by Rasheed Abueideh

Luna

by Funomena

Magic Circles of Life

by Emilia Yang

We Are Chicago

by Culture Shock Games

Festival Hours

  • Thursday, October 13th
    • 10:00 AM - 6:00 PM IndieXchange (Pre-Festival Developer Summit)
  • Friday, October 14th
    • 10:00 AM IndieXchange opens
    • 11:00 AM Festival Exhibits open
    • 5:00 PM - 8:00 PM Reception hosted by USC
  • Saturday, October 15th
    • 10:00 AM Festival Exhibits, GameU, and think:indie Summit open
    • 4:30 PM think:indie ends for the day
    • 5:00 PM GameU ends for the day
    • 7:00 PM - 11:00 PM Night Games
  • Sunday, October 16th
    • 10:00 AM Festival Exhibits, GameU, and think:indie Summit open
    • 1:00 PM think:indie Summit ends
    • 3:00 PM GameU ends
    • 3:00 PM - 4:00 PM IndieCade Awards and Reception

Badge Pickup:

All badges and wristbands will be available for pick-up at the Registration tent, located on the corner of 34th St & McClintock on the USC Campus, directly inside the Jefferson Blvd Entrance (#5). Registration is directly across the street from the SCA Complex, where IndieCade is taking place.

REGISTRATION HOURS:
  • Thursday, October 13th
    • 9:00 AM - 6:00 PM (also for IndieXchange)
  • Friday, October 14th
    • 9:00 AM - 6:00 PM
  • Saturday, October 15th
    • 9:00 AM - 10:00 PM
  • Sunday, October 16th
    • 9:00 AM - 3:00 PM

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