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Submitted by JimmyJames70 1010d ago | article

Shiny Loot wants to be your source for indie games

Craig Will of GoozerNation writes, "With Steam being the behemoth that it is and all the rumors and speculation surrounding consoles heading in the direction of downloadable titles, it's obvious that digital distribution is something that a lot of developers see as a positive thing -- or at least a good way to get their product into the hands of gamers. These digital distribution platforms, while coming a long way over the past couple years, still have a lot of barriers for indie developers. The upcoming OUYA console is aiming to lower that barrier but provides the challenge of needing to create a brand new install base. So where can we turn for quality indie games? Shiny Loot hopes to catch our eye." (Casual games, Indie, PC)

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