The annual Game Developers Conference is home to dozens of educational talks about the creation of games, but it's also home to a large number of indie game developers, looking to show off their latest efforts. The Indie Megabooth will be home to many of these developers, with 24 games on display and seven of them playable publicly for the first time.
Here's the full list of games set to be on display at the Indie Megabooth at GDC on Monday and Tuesday of GDC week:
- Airborne Kingdom (The Wandering Band)(playable for the first time)
- Anew: The Distant Light (Resonator)
- DiceTrek (DFitz Games)(playable for the first time)
- Disco Elysium (ZA/UM Studio)
- Looking For Heals (Blue Bomber Games)(playable for the first time)
- She Dreams Elsewhere (Studio Zevere)
- Those Who Remain (Camel 101)(playable for the first time)
- Tick Tock: A Tale for Two (Other Tales Interactive)
- TwinCop (Finite Reflection Studios)
- Where the Bees Make Honey (Wakefield Interactive)
- while True: learn() (Luden.io)(playable for the first time)
- Wintermoor Tactics Club (EVC)
And here are the games set to round out GDC week from Wednesday through Friday:
- Black Future '88 (SUPERSCARYSNAKES)
- Heaven's Vault (inkle)
- Hell is Other Demons (Cuddle Monster)(playable for the first time)
- Kaisuo (Team Lantern)
- Losswords (Local No. 12)
- One Step From Eden (Thomas Moon Kang)
- Shadow Brawlers (Team Guazu)
- Sloppy Forgeries (Jonah Warren)
- The Wild at Heart (Moonlight Kids)
- Unannounced Title (Flight School Studio)(playable for the first time)
- ValeGuard (Lost Tower Games)
- Wave Break (Funktronic Labs)
Flight School Studio's game is not stylistically called "Unannounced Title." It is actually an unrevealed game, one that will be revealed during GDC week.
The Indie Megabooth fielded many submissions, with this lineup set to debut at GDC and a different lineup to be announced for PAX East. Last year's GDC iteration of the Indie Megabooth played home to a few breakout indie hits, including Guacamelee 2 and Dead Cells.
Shacknews will be in attendance at this year's GDC and will endeavor to pay the Indie Megabooth a visit, so stay tuned for any hands-on impressions or video interviews with some of the above games following the big show. The Game Developers Conference is set to run from March 18-22 from San Francisco, CA.