Events like IndieCade offer new ways for the medium to expand creatively.
The independent game festival offers everything from VR to modified old-school SNES setups to an “interactive zine.”
Mike Lazer-Walker has repurposed a 1927 Western Electric 551-A switchboard into a hectic game that tasks players with quickly learning the obsolete job.
At the 2015 IndieCade East hosted last month by the Museum of the Moving Image in Queens, Seth Alter of Subaltern Games said in a talk that he sets out to examine the problem of a genre and then tries “to subvert it and make something new with its existing systems.”
This past weekend, the Museum of the Moving Image in Queens hosted Indiecade East 2015 for its third year of independent games, talks, and community networking.
Some of the indie video game finds at the Museum of the Moving Image’s IndieCade East conference this month.