If you’re a fledging indie-game developer, nothing could be more valuable than being able to show your work to established and respected professionals during some industry-sponsored showcase of some kind, preferably in Japan. Fortunately for you, just such an event will be taking place on September 25 at the 2009 Tokyo Game Show.
The second annual Sense of Wonder Night gives independent game developers the chance to present their games to a panel of jurors, with the winner receiving the approval of their peers and free Business Day entry to TGS 2009 on September 24 and 25.
Plus, as reported by Gamasutra, fans of the bizarre and trippy Katamari Damacy series and Noby Noby Boy for the PlayStation 3 will be especially pleased to know that the twisted mind behind those games, Keita Takahashi, will be one of the showcase jurors. (You know what that means. The more insane your game, the better off you'll be.)
Submissions are being accepted from now until August 16. If you’re interested, be sure to check out the Sense of Wonder Night’s official site for all the details.