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If the title's not enough to entice you, maybe the trailer will be. (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0m8jeqMrR2o) Go on watch it, it's well worth it. Spring 2015's looking to be a great time for indie games. This is yet another great looking one coming out that I can't wait to get my hands on. I really like the cartoony art. Cartoons and gore always blend together surprisingly well. It's over-the-top, looks to be kind of funny, and has zombies. Despite what anyone says, zombies are still a good thing in games.
God games are fun. Jelly is fun. Is being a Jelly God fun? It looks to be. From what I can see, it's a city/town builder with a colorful twist. Literally, the world starts bleak and gray, and the entire point is to both build your little town of jelly and add color to the landscape. Different colored jellies tackle different tasks, and you can combine your jellies to create more colors. Here's hoping you get a bigger, random map to work with, but from what I see so far it looks fairly entertaining. Also, the music's catchy. With the project already half funded, and 16 days to go, this one might have a chance to succeed. https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/bexcellentgames/jelly-god-an-indie-game?ref=discovery
Joshua Thomasson posted a topic in Games in DevelopmentThe IndieCade International Festival of Independent Games is just around the corner, and it's something that's definitely worth going to. If you're not sure what this festival's about, allow me to enlighten you. From Oct 9 - Oct 12, top indie developers will be gathering in the Los Angles area, and bringing 150 of the year's top indie games with them. What's more, they'll bring games still in development for you to play and try out. So not only can meet and greet with your favorite developers (and expand your network of contacts) you can see what they're up to and the newest innovations in indie games. If this isn't enough to entice you, then GameU will be. GameU is a series of sessions and tutorials run by professionals to educate up and coming game developers with the knowledge they need to get started. Some lessons are what you might expect, such as a quick introduction to programming in Unity, design workshops, and a few art shops, while others are sprinkled throughout. They'll cover what makes a good university game program, to both help young students choose the best university and help universities know what they need to do to give students a successful education. These only scratch the surface of all the events being held as part of GameU this year, which is promised to be their biggest GameU yet! If you want to read over all the events, head over to http://www.indiecade.com/2014/gameu/ and take a look. If you want to look over the festival as a whole, then look at http://www.indiecade.com/2014/. Or, if you just want to pick up your tickets (with an early bird discount) then check out http://www.indiecade.com/2014/registration/ to get the tickets you need, with an All Access pass running at $445 for early birds.