The 2013 IndieCade takes place in Culver City, California this weekend and Nintendo has a pretty significant presence at the independent games festival. There's been a great deal of talk about how Nintendo is warming up to indie developers and, looking over the Wii U and 3DS games that'll be shown at the company's booth, that feel-good approach is apparent.
1,001 Spikes by Nicalis
Armillo by Fuzzy Wuzzy Games
Knytt Underground by Ripstone
Pier Solar and the Great Architects by WaterMelon Co.
Q.U.B.E. by Toxic Games
Scram Kitty and his Buddy on Rails by Dakko Dakko
Shovel Knight by Yacht Club Games
Spin the Bottle: Bumpie's Party by KnapNok Games
Tengami by Nyamyam (pictured above)
Teslagrad by Rain AS
Unepic by EnjoyUp Games
Wooden Sen’SeY by Neko Entertainment
Grinsia by Nicalis
Jett Rocket II: The Wrath of Taikai by Shin’en
Retro City Rampage by Vblank Entertainment
Shantae and the Pirate’s Curse by WayForward
Siesta Fiesta by Mojo Bones
Treasurenauts by Renegade Kid
One of the folks integral to Nintendo of America's indie push, manager of business development Dan Adelman, will also be in attendance. He's running a panel called "How to Self-Publish Your Game on Nintendo eShop" that covers the process and business policies.
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