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Submitted by knifefight 824d ago | article

The Best of SoWN Pt. 1: Games as Art

"Sense of Wonder Night is an awesome event that happens after the second day of the Tokyo Game Show, and gives independent developers a chance to get their games noticed by big media outlets and other developers. With so much of the industry focused purely on profits, the indie scene can at times be a treasure trove of innovation and inspiration. I've never been disappointed with my decision to attend Sense of Wonder Night, and now it's my pleasure to introduce to you the awesome things I saw." -GR at the Tokyo Game Show (Android, Casual games, Culture, iPad, iPhone, PC, Tokyo Game Show)

alexcosborn  +   825d ago
Definitely some interesting stuff there.
knifefight  +   825d ago
Some of the best games of TGS were indie games. The tools developers can get these days, and things they can do with them, are amazing.
LostTokens  +   824d ago
Tengami is beautiful, it really does look like a pop-up book... but still like a cartoon. But still a game?

The beauty confuses me a little.

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