Posts Tagged ‘IndieCity’

Will We Stroll the Boulevards Of IndieCity?

By Jim Rossignol on December 14th, 2011.


Blitz Games have decided to do something quite ambitious in their foray into the wider sphere of indie game publishing/distribution/production, and that thing is called IndieCity. It aims to be a “one stop shop” for indie gaming, and boasts features such as a downloader client that will both recommend things you might like, and automatically download free games and demos that you might like. It opened for general usage today. More on this below.
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IndieCity: “The One Stop Shop For Indies”

By Jim Rossignol on August 3rd, 2011.


We’ve been hearing a lot about IndieCity, a new portal and distribution platform for indie developers and indie games, but it’s now open for sign ups, so we figured it was time to find out exactly what it was all about. We spoke to IndieCity’s project lead, Chris Swan, about what his team have been up and – given the known difficulty of pulling something like this off – what a portal like this can actually offer independent development.
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