To wrap up our Indie Developers Showcase, we asked the developers to pitch us a hypothetical game concept based off a simple premise: "You are a passenger on an airplane." These were our favorite picks of the bunch.
Indie Developers Showcase
Welcome to The Escapist's Indie Developer Showcase, a 10-day celebration of the designers and programmers who have struck out on their own to make the games they want to make. Each day we'll feature a new game or demo by an up-and-coming indie developer along with a brief interview. Some games are already commercially available, some are works in progress, but all are free to play.
On our final day of the Indie Developers Showcase, we bring you a multiplayer RTS with a 2-D twist.
Are you a wolf, a sheep or an anthropomorphic catgirl? Play Secondhand Lands and find out.
From the creator of Desktop Tower Defense comes a browser-based multiplayer strategy game that could be just as addictive.
Zatikon merges the diversity and customization of a collectible card game with the deep tactics of a strategic board game.
In today's entry into the Indie Developer Showcase, you're a tiny space gnome who must rescue your dog from an alien abduction. Seriously.
It's official: By the time you finish reading this sentence, you will no longer have any excuse not to play World of Goo.
Need a little more "pew pew" in your life? Battleships Forever has some to spare.
Ever wanted to play as a robotic ninja suicide bomber? Thanks to Plain Sight, you can!
Ever wonder what Metroid might have been like if the entire map was an infinitely deep explosive-filled mining shaft? Wonder no more.
Auditorium merges the woozy aesthetics of flOw with the audio-based gameplay of Electroplankton to produce a totally unique puzzle-solving experience - all from the comfort of your web browser.
Welcome to The Escapist's Indie Developer Showcase, a 10-day celebration of the designers and programmers who have struck out on their own to make the games they want to make.