Seattle Indies Show & Tell, Nov’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'...

By Constance Chen

Seattle Indies Spotlight: Daily Magic Productions

Daily Magic Productions is an indie studio that partners with both publishers and other developers to ship over 22 titles across PC, mobile, tabletop and lately, VR. Today we spoke to their founder and CEO, Marianna Vallejo, and their Production A...

By Constance Chen

Check out Mobile Games Forum next week!

Do you make indie games for mobile, or are you looking to start? The Mobile Games Forum is coming to Seattle next week, and is an amazing resource for mobile game developers looking to learn more, network, or grow their player base. MGF Seattle...

By Constance Chen

Seattle Indies @ Renton City Comic Con

This September saw Seattle Indies at a number of amazing showcases, not least of which was Renton City Comic Con! With a small-but-mighty showing of 8 fun and fabulous indie games, we got to introduce folks to the joys of VR, watch people ragequit...

By Constance Chen

Seattle Indies Spotlight: House of How

House of How is an eastside indie studio currently working on upcoming VR bullet hell Spartaga, releasing on Steam on Aug 28, 2017. Today we talked to Russ McMackin, its founder, with 8 years of experience at Microsoft Game Studios under his belt,...

By Constance Chen

The inaugural Seattle Indies Game Jam was definitely not a scam

The Seattle Indies Game Jam is a 48 hour event where the theme is decided by our wonderful community! Participants will be tasked with creating a game between 6:30pm on Friday to 6:30pm on Sunday, in whatever format they choose, while using the se...

By Constance Chen