The Winnitron Indie Arcade Game Network has just added another feather to its cap as Mark Essen's Nidhogg has been announced as available on all Winnitron Indie Arcade machines this weekend. The network of free-to-play machines featuring more than a dozen games from independent developers is rapidly growing, with cabinets in Canada, Australia, the Netherlands and the very first Winnitron in the United States which recently powered on at NYU's Game Center.
If you think it sucks that all of these cool indie games are only available on less than half a dozen machines in the world, there is something you can do about that. Why not go and talk to the proprietor of your favorite arcade or game shop about building a Winnitron for your city?
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