There are over twenty new games in the showcase, including those developed by the Dare+ masterclass and titles from Abertay university’s Mprof students. There’s a great mix of local companies and developers, along with those from further afield.
All in all, if you care about, or are curious about the new generation of games being created by the up-and-coming independent developers out there, the Dare Protoplay Indie Fest promises to be spectacular.
The titles on display will include…
- Braindead Ape – Highway Hobo
- Domipheus Labs – Gears of Glory: Apex Ace
- Exosyphon Systems – Hacker Evolution
- Fluffy Logic – UrZoo
- Guerilla Tea – Fangs Out
- Jumping Jupingo – Jumping Jupingo
- Lucky Frame – Bad Hotel
- Outplay Entertainment – Word Trick, Booty Quest
- Pixels On Toast – Food Run
- Proper Games – Zombie Hero
- Quartic Llama – Moeba
- 100 Day Game Project – Superfluid
- Swallowtail Games – Tick Tock Toys
- Tag Games – [tbc]
- Too Easy Games – [tbc]
- Ben Dodson Apps – Wallabee
The games being created by the Dare+ teams include…
- Mish Mash Studios – Kua Fu [silhouette platform puzzle]
- Molten Chocolate Games – [the as yet unnamed bear/hat/volcano/chocolate bunny game]
- Patronoid Games – [turn-based isometric multiplayer strategy game]
- Cloud Monkey Games – [big scary monster flinging city destruction game]
- Meta Games – Whitespace [FPS v RTS multiplayer mayhem]
While the Mprof students will be showing off…
- Castle Fearghas [a vampire-smashing multiplayer brawler] Mount Dash: Reach for the Sky [a family-friendly competitive racing game set on a mountain]
- Vikings! [a strategic tower-defence game pitting Scots against Vikings]
- Epic Tale of Rock [a fast paced rhythm action game]
Also on display will be Service Please, a shape-shifting iPad app, created by a multidisciplinary team from a number of Scotland’s leading universities.
The whole Indie Showcase is FREE, while the Indie Festival costs only £20 for a full two days of speakers, talks, presentations, panels and valuable information for new companies, start-ups and independent developers.
We’ll see you there.