Even though IndieCade is over, a lot of you might be not familiar with what exactly it is. In a nutshell (an independent nutshell, we might add), it's a celebration of indie games, their developers, ways for them to share resources, hash out ideas, and get inspired. It's also a way for the public to learn about these games, which in most cases you won't hear about anywhere else.
In a world full of top tier titles that costs millions of dollars to develop, it's very refreshing to see a lot of innovation and fun happening in the indie game world. Plus, you never know: today's indie developer might be tomorrow's breakthough game designer. Check out the video below where the IndieCade developers talk about their own games.
Now that you've got some understand about what you can see here, check out what Jake and myself thought about many of the games. I'm still playing Blue Lacuna, which is a game I never would have heard of if it weren't for IndieCade. Show these guys and girls some love, and they'll keep you entertained for hours.