IndieCade partners with Sony and Ouya to bring indie games to E3
Organizers of the annual IndieCade festival are staking out space for an indie game showcase on the E3 show floor for the eighth year running, and this time they're bringing just over 30 games with sponsorship from Sony Computer Entertainment America and Ouya.
The full lineup was detailed in a press release
today and includes a broad variety of titles, from Game Oven's mobile dance game Bounden
and Double Fine's PC game Hack N Slash
to Gnarwhal Studios' table game Slap .45 and Studio Guts' Oculus Rift-compatible exploration game Anamnesis
IndieCade's E3 pavilion will also include six indie games that are featured on or exclusive to Sony and Ouya consoles, including Honeyslug's upcoming PlayStation 4 game Hohokum
and the Ouya-exclusive Thralled
, an interactive story about an escaped slave in 18th-century Brazil.
Every game in the IndieCade E3 showcase has been culled from submissions to this year's IndieCade festival, which is taking place in Culver City, CA this October. You can find more details on the festival over on the IndieCade website.