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.

Submissions are via this handy online form. If you’re working on a game and have it a playable state, submit it. The Leftfield Collection is always full of weird and wonderful and colourful and exciting games, selected by Hayward’s hawk-like game-eye, but relies on people submitting their games. No one’s spying on you, watching your every movement, knowing exactly what you’re making at all times.

Here’s an official quote from him wot he said in the announcement: “The Leftfield Collection provides a platform for indie developers to show their latest projects and gives the public the opportunity to enjoy unique games and game-like things while, in many cases, chatting with the creators.” That could be you, chatting with the public.

After two years in Birmingham, Rezzed is coming back down to London in 2015. It’ll be at Tobacco Dock from Thursday March 12th to Saturday the 14th. Tickets are already on sale.


  1. SpinalJack says:

    If I keep applying for this I’ll get in eventually right?

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    Aerothorn says:

    Did…did you post this at midnight, Cara?

    (I can’t tell if the timestamp recognizes my IP location and displays in my local time, or if it’s GMT)

  3. Pointy says:

    The indiedb “Indie of the year” competition has started.

    Please would you consider giving my indie games a vote?

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    I will be entering Hazard in for the Leftfield collection.

  4. P.Funk says:

    That is an awkward title. How many of those words actually matter?

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    Lexx87 says:

    I’ve commented this same thing in every Rezzed post I think – but the RPS/EG PC focused Rezzed in Brighton was wonderful.

    After that I didn’t see the point/what really differentiated it from the standard Expo. Ah well.