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Blast Magazine - The best from the Boston Festival of Indie Games

Officially declared by Governor Deval Patrick to be Independent Game Development Day in the state of Massachusetts, September 22 also marked the day the first ever Boston Festival of Indie Games was held. Hosted at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, the event featured an art gallery, a game jam, multiple guest speakers, indie game themed movie screenings, live action role-playing, and most importantly, a showcase of 36 upcoming indie games created by area developers. We attended the event and got some hands-on time with many of the games. After careful consideration, we present our ten favorites. (Android, Boston Festival of Indie Games, Culture, Dev, Industry, iPad, iPhone, Mobile, PC)

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