Fun and games at IndieCade

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A player tries out “A Short History of the Gaze,” a virtual reality game. Just by looking in a certain directions, one can cause virtual death and destruction.
More than 200 exhibitors take over the Museum of the Moving Image in Astoria to partake in IndieCade.
IndieCade is a three-day festival for independent digital game developers and designers who are looking to sell ideas and inventions or just make them available to like-minded players.
Trying out different games in neighboring booths.
These headphones are ready for the next set of players.
Players try out games and match notes at the coffee bar.

With controllers in hand and virtual-reality goggles in place, IndieCade, a the three-day festival, attracts more than 200 exhibitors from the eastern seaboard, all eager to show off their video game creations and maybe find a big-time game company willing to take a chance on them.

Posted 12:00 am, February 25, 2018
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