Attention indie devs: Indie Games Fest director Simon Carless writes in to note that submissions are being taken for Tokyo Game Show’s “Sense of Wonder Night”: the festival’s own celebration of all things indie and experimental, with a screening committee including Carless himself, Katamari Damacy creator Keita Takahashi, and Kenta Cho, creator of every good freeware shooter you’ve played over the past decade (including the Wii’s Tumiki Fighters remake Blast Works).
You might’ve seen some of the output of previous Wonder Nights without really knowing it: it was at last year’s show that Ian Dallas first showed off extended footage of his first person void-painter The Unfinished Swan (embedded above), alongside other entrants like PixelJunk Eden creators Q-Games, Gomibako (just released last week to the U.S. PlayStation Network as Trash Panic, and Daniel Benmergui, who showed off his previously mentioned I Wish I Were The Moon.
The submission deadline to be included in this year’s show is August 16th, and check the Wonder Night’s YouTube page for more videos of last year’s demonstrations.
東京ゲームショウ | TOKYO GAME SHOW [thanks Simon!]
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