Posts Tagged ‘Leftfield Collection’

Don’t Hold Your Breath: Deep

The weird torch things are abstracted shoals of fish

Deep [official site] is a relaxation experience designed for Oculus Rift. I found it in the Leftfield Collection during Rezzed and I’m glad I did so early in the day. Later on it looked like relaxation in front of an audience as people nudged past or peered over.

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EGX Rezzed 2015 Leftfield Collection Submissions Open

Submissions for the EGX Rezzed 2015 Leftfield Collection are now open! It’s free to enter your indie game into this showcase curated by the very talented and discerning David Hayward, with the opportunity to be shown at Eurogamer’s big fancy games show. Indie developers are invited to submit their games before the 16th January. You can find more info after the jump.

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Oi Indies: EGX Rezzed Leftfield Collection Submissions Open

I think the best thing about Rezzed, (now EGX Rezzed) is the Leftfield Collection. In the midst of a busy show floor of flashing lights and expensive backdrops is a corridor of indie games. Yes, that corridor is always too narrow, and yes, if only the devs would put more effort into decorating their section of wall, but don’t underestimate what that space is: it’s free space to games that would otherwise never be able to afford to appear at a high profile gaming show. And if you’d like to see your game appearing there, you can now apply.

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