Nothing Can Stop IndieCade

February 14, 2014 - GamePolitics Staff

Despite the weather and hundreds-if-not-thousands of canceled flights due to a terrible snow storm battering the eastern coast of the United States, IndieCade is still happening this weekend in New York City. The three-day festival being held at the Museum of the Moving Image in Queens, New York started today with an opening keynote from Rami Ismail, co-founder of Ridiculous Fishing and Nuclear Throne developer Vlambeer.

The show will feature keynotes, talks, and exhibits from indie developers of all shapes and sizes and many of the games on display will be playable on the show floor.

In addition to IndieCade, the museum is hosting a number of game-related exhibits like "Indie Essentials: 25 Must Play Video Games," "Behind the Screen," and "Madden NFL: 25 Years and Running." If you are already at IndieCade you'll want to check these exhibits out.

For more information on IndieCade, check out www.indiecade.com. It began today and will run until Sunday.


 
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