The IndieCade East 2014 will be held from February 14, 2014 at 10:30am to February 16, 2014 at 6:30pm. This event lets gamers catch up with their peers, show and discuss their latest work, and lets independent gamer developers show off their latest games. The following is some of the featured exhibitors at the IndieCade East 2014:
Sony Computer Entertainment America LLC (SCEA) has made PlayStation grow and thrive in the US, Canada, and Latin America. SCEA makes advanced hardware that developers are able to use to make vanguard titles and set new standards in interactive entertainment. SCEA’s goal is to make products that change the evolution of home entertainment. Whether you are a hardcore gamer or a lover of Blu-Ray movies, PlayStation has something for you. Follow this link to see the full line of games featured in the PlayStation exhibition: http://www.indiecade.com/east/playstation/
Independent game developers can developer games on Facebook for web and mobile with a suite of SDKs and social features that get games noticed and played by millions of people a day. Featured games from the Facebook platform include Madfinger, Spry Fox, Product Madness, Pretty Simple, Pixelberry, and many others. Facebook is also diving into Unity SDK for web and mobile to get indie games into the hands of players.
The Oculus Rift lets players participate in an immersive gaming experience though a next-generation virtual reality based headset. There will be Oculus team members by the booth that will help people experience the latest interactive content. Follow this link to read about one of the games: http://www.indiecade.com/east/oculus/
Ad Magic prints custom playing card games, custom board games, and other custom tabletop games. Ad Magic takes the ideas of independent gamer developers and delivers their ideas in retail ready form to both clients and fulfillment houses.
NYU Game Center
The NYU Game Center prides themselves on creative practices, offering MFA and undergraduate courses on the design, production, and study of games as an aesthetic and cultural form. The NYU Game Center hopes to establish New York City as a center of innovation in the field of games. Click on the link to read more about the NYU Game Center exhibition: http://www.indiecade.com/east/nyu/
The babycastles exhibition will give people a chance to escape from playing games and read game related small-press reading materials. Babycastles librarians will able to help people find the best material that suits them. The exhibition will also feature state of the art bean bag chairs that people can relax in.
Fastspring is an all-in-one e-commerce payment, merchandising and fulfillment platform for sellers of downloadable games and desktop or SaaS software products. The Fastspring’s SpringBoard platform allows sellers to sell their games or software in-app or online globally. Currently, 2,200 clients use FastSpring’s platform to power their gaming web stores as well as enable purchasing from inside their games. This platform also handles both one time purchase and recurring subscription payments. Visit Fastspring for more information on the company: http://www.fastspring.com/