Seattle Indies Show & Tell, June’17 Edition

Generously hosted by the Living Computer Museum, our Show & Tells are a quarterly fun & low-pressure showcase for games at all stages of development are welcome. Come get feedback on anything from your craziest prototypes to that game you've been ...

By Constance Chen

Support Seattle Indies on Patreon!

Big news, everyone! Seattle Indies is now on Patreon! We've launched with 3 donor tiers: Seattle Indies Socialites ($1) will gain access to an exclusive Discord channel with early access to Seattle Indies news and event signups! Seattle Ind...

By Constance Chen

Seattle Indies Spotlight: Pillow Castle Games

Pillow Castle Games is a lean indie studio working out of Indies Workshop in Capitol Hill. They're currently working on Museum of Simulation Technology, a forced perspective first-person puzzle game that's been nominated for awards at IGF, Indieca...

By Constance Chen

Indie Adventures takes to the skies!

Hosted by Jenn Sandercock, Indie Adventures is a regularly irregular series of social outings and escapades. Join us on Meetup to get notified of our next adventure! Well... we didn't literally takes to the skies, but you know what I mean! This...

By Constance Chen

Game Club Recap – April 2017

For this month's Game Club we played a selection of smaller games all chosen by our host, Eric Carter, to fit a theme of tranquility. The games were played were Floating Point, Viridi, Refunct, and Leaving Lyndow. Did these games provide the sense...

By Tim Cullings

Getting involved with Seattle Indies!

Based on enthusiastic feedback from our latest Town Hall, people are looking for ways to get involved with Seattle Indies. We've added a page on our website for just that: Get Involved! Joining Committees For volunteers interested in diving ...

By Constance Chen