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Nintendo's 2013 IndieCade booth is the place to be


A list of games to keep an eye on

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.

Wii U

  • 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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