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Announcing: N4G Indie Month Coming This July

After months of planning in my über secret lair, I'm more than a little excited to share that this July we will host our first ever Indie Games Month at N4G! A month-long celebration of indie developers and games, we’re giving indies main page N4G time with demos, trailers, previews, interviews, guest blogs and giveaways.

Among those indies? To name a few:

Robin Arnott
Daniel Benmergui
Bifrost Games
Chris Chung
Cowardly Creations
Dejobaan Games
Double Fine
Fire Hose Games
Tom Francis
Galactic Cafe
Gone North Games
Chris Hecker
Harebrained Schemes
Image & Form
Klei Entertainment
Magical Time Bean/DF
Modern Dream
New World Interactive
Borut Pfeifer
Red Barrels
Jason Rohrer
Runic Games
Size 5 Games
Marc ten Bosch
Vagabond Dog
Young Horses, Inc.

I hope you're as excited as we are to be featuring so many great developers, studios and titles! We'll see you through E3 and then have this sweet July treat in store.

To give you a taste, today we're doing a mini-feature on one of the most recently formed indies on our list: Shadowforge and their open-world fantasy RPG, Blood and Snow. Check it out here:

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Nineball2112983d ago

It's going to be a great month for indie gaming this July. Looking forward to seeing all the cool stuff!

FogLight983d ago


I ran out of pants... Now what should I do during E3?

pixelsword981d ago

Wear a kilt?

Just kidding; I can't wait myself. :)

FogLight981d ago (Edited 981d ago )

Too late, Cat's reply to my comment about Red Barrels ruined the kilt :/

AceBlazer13983d ago

Spread the indie love man. Those who hate them can stay salty.

Ilovetheps4983d ago

I really wish you could have gotten something out of thatgamecompany. They are one of my favorite devs. But that roster seems really cool anyways.

Cat983d ago

You're right, thatgamecompany hasn't confirmed involvement yet, but Funomena has - and that team includes former thatgamecompany folks Robin Hunicke and Martin Middleton.

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