Double Fine’s Indie Game Lineup for Day of the Devs: GDC Edition

As the 2018 edition of the Game Developers Conference (GDC) closes in, the Double Fine developer folks behind the annual San Francisco-hosted Day of the Devs indie games-focused extravaganza have announced what they will be showing at the Day of the Devs showcase-within-the-GDC-show.

While not as large as the dedicated autumn showcase, this event brings a curated selection of indie games to San Francisco’s Moscone Conventer Center. The convention center is where GDC will be held, and the games wll be shown for the duration of the event, from Mach 19th to the 23rd. Any GDC pass type will have access to these games and their creators, who will be demoing for attendees. This showcase also represents the first time that playable versions of the games Noita, Kids, and Mosaic will be shown in a larger forum.

Check out the list of presenting indie games (and their development teams) taking part in Day of the Devs: GDC Edition. If you are a fan of media besides text, here’s the official trailer to see more about the games ahead of the showcase.

  • A Way Out from Hazelight Studios

  • Dead Static Drive from Team Fanclub

  • Dreams from Media Molecule

  • Exo One from Exbleative

  • Harold Halibut from Slow Bros.

  • Kids from Playables

  • Knights and Bikes from Foam Sword

  • Mosaic from Krilbite Studio

  • Minit from Kitty Calis, Jan Willem Nijman, Jukio Kallio, and Dominik Johann

  • Noita from Nolla Games

  • Untitled Goose Game from House House

  • What The Golf? From Triband

For much more info about the main attraction, GDC 2018, visit the official website for the 411 on all the details.