Over 200 Indie Tabletop and Digital Games Submitted to Boston Festival of Indie Games

June 26, 2014 - GamePolitics Staff

The Boston Festival of Indie Games announced today that over 200 independently-developed games have been submitted for this year's Tabletop and Video Game Showcases. The Boston Festival of Indie Games is an annual event celebrating indie games. It is open to the public and will take place at the Johnson Athletic Center at MIT in Cambridge, MA on Sept. 13.

"This year, we’ve received more submissions for our indie tabletop and video game showcases than ever before. We are proud to support the New England game development community, a resilient and talented group that continues to impress and surprise. We can’t wait to get all these great games in front of our eager attendees," says Dan Silvers, director of Boston FIG.

While indie game submissions are now closed, Exhibitor tables are still available for developers interested in showing off their games to Boston FIG crowd. Organizers are also still accepting panel submissions and volunteers.

Festival attendees can play video games and tabletop games in a "casual, inclusive environment," attend panels and a keynote talk to be delivered by Borderlands 2’s Ashly Burch and Gone Home’s Sarah Elmaleh.

Tickets are available now at www.bostonfig.com. Individual tickets are $10, or two or more tickets for $7.50 each. Children 13-years-old and younger can register for free at the door.


 
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