Nintendo Showcases Independent Games At Indiecade

Nintendo will showcase its commitment to helping independent developers, or Nindies as they are called here, at Indiecade later this month by showcasing fifteen of the best and brightest in indie gaming available for their WiiU and 3DS consoles. All of these games will be available to play at the independent gaming convention, which runs from October 10-12 in Culver City, California, with many of them being shown to the public in playable form for the first time.


“Nintendo has always supported creativity and innovation in video games,” said Steve Singer, Nintendo of America’s vice president of Licensing in regard to Nintendo’s commitment to independent gaming. “These Nindie developers are currently making some of the most exciting and imaginative games out there, and Nintendo is pleased to offer them multiple platforms to bring their creative ideas to life.”

In addition, Nintendo will also hold a panel discussion titled “Nintendo Do’s and Don’ts: A Developer-Focused Conversation,” in which the developers of the Indie games on display, including Dajana Dimovska of KnapNok Games, Sean Velasco of Yacht Club Games and John Warner of Over the Moon Games, will discuss bring their games to Nintendo consoles and share stories about their experience interacting with the gaming giant.

A full list of the fifteen games on display can be found below:

Wii U

Nintendo 3DS

Wii U and Nintendo 3DS

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My name is Nicole Seraphita and I’m 27. I’ve been gaming since the days of the NES and have owned at least one system from each generation since then. My favorite type of games if most definitely RPGs, with my favorites being titles like Chrono Cross, Persona 4, and Tales of Xillia, though I also sometimes dabble in platforming games, fighting games, and visual novels. When I’m not writing for APGNation or playing games, I enjoy table top and card games, watch anime, and write fiction that I occasionally publish online. I tend to write a lot of Sci-fi and the occasional bit of fantasy, with the often overlooked sub-genre of Biopunk being my favorite. I’ve also written a few visual novels, though only one of them has made it all the way to completion thus far. My current dream is to be able to bring the Monster Girl genre to a western audience.

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