Calling all Indie Devs!: Submit your game to Indie Prize!
To all aspiring indie game devs out there in Southeast Asia, you can now submit your games to Indie Prize! Simply submit all games on this form here. Spots are limited so I suggest you get going and submit your latest creations!
Official press release could be seen here:
Submissions for Indie Prize Asia 2015 in Singapore are now open! Submit your game here: http://goo.gl/forms/kcO2NdNbv5
The number of spots for the Indie Prize Asia 2015 is limited, so hurry up to apply and get reviewed by our judges!
There’s a chance to win even if you don't believe you can — we've got plenty of stories of innovative games and up and coming success stories which have caught the eyes of the judges! For example — the Critics Choice Award from Indie Prize Europe 2015 in Amsterdam went to Pinokl Games, a small Ukrainian team who needed a break from their main project and created Party Hard just for fun. After that the press in the whole world started talking about Party Hard. More about Pinokl: http://gamesauce.org/news/2014/12/19/ mecha-titans/ and more about Party Hard: http://indieprize.org/europe2015/index.html#entry-120.
In 2013, a Dutch developer applied as a volunteer, got inspired, and the next year his team Wispfire won the Best Narrative prize for their game Herald! Check it out here: http://indieprize.org/europe2015/index.html#entry-113
We're sure Indie Prize Asia will be full of even more amazing stories.
Find out more about Indie Prize and its participants and winners: www.indieprize.org
One more thing: if you feel your game story is an experience you just can't help sharing, you have a chance to become a speaker for Casual Connect Asia. Email Orchid at firstname.lastname@example.org and let us know what's on your mind! For Indie Prize and Showcase related questions, please email Yuliya at email@example.com
We hope to see you soon!