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There are a variety of Curations at IndieCade 2017. These Curations are carefully chosen games and events that show off the best picks from the IndieCade Staff, friends of the festival, and games that promote inclusivity.

/sessionsONE[edit | edit source]

/sessionsONE is one of three slated session locations. It can be found in the Democracy Forum.

/alumni[edit | edit source]

IndieCade celebrates past successes! This curation can be found in the Boeing Lobby.

/various[edit | edit source]

Various Games Curations and Events. This curation can be found in the Democracy Lab.

/exhibitors[edit | edit source]

Featured Exhibitors for IndieCade 2017. This curation can be found in the Central Plaza.

/events[edit | edit source]

Events Space. This curation can be found in the Central Plaza.

/sessionsTWO[edit | edit source]

/sessionsONE is one of three slated session locations. It can be found in the Nerio Education Center.

/sessionsTHREE[edit | edit source]

/sessionsONE is one of three slated session locations. It can be found in the Araki Education Center.

/nominee[edit | edit source]

Explore the innovation and artistry of creators across the globe in the Nominee Exhibit. Selected by the jury committee as the most innovative and exciting work from this year's submissions, all are eligible for the IndieCade Awards. A diverse selection of games and playable experiences from across mediums, cultures, and concepts. This exhibit includes immersive, virtual reality, table games, roleplaying, visual novels, adventure games, puzzle games, audio games, installations and more.

This curation can be found in the George & Sakaye Aratani Central Hall.

/documents[edit | edit source]

Games have a great power to represent and utilize older forms and media, finding new richness and undiscovered stories in old representations and well worn activities. An exhibit of games about and utilizing text - stories delivered through text, mysteries hidden in text, and narratives reimagined as interactive experience. Includes visual novels, interactive narratives, document exploration mysteries, and more.

This curation can be found in the National Resource Center.

/Gaming For Everyone[edit | edit source]

Inclusivity and diversity create an explosion of creativity and content. Unexpected, stunning, mesmerizing works of imagery can be found in this year's Gaming for Everyone Exhibit. The power of the image to communicate and entrance has long been at the center of human expression, and the power of feedback and procedural response enable games to harness that power in new and stunning ways. Presented by Intel, come experience an exhibit of games that surprise with their look, that use image to reach us in new and unusual ways, and that reinforce how crucial diversity is to art.

This curation can be found in the Hirasaki Foyer.

/spaces[edit | edit source]

Exploration and embodiement. Games have a unique ability to provide explorable space and a growing practice of embedding narrative and expression in a world ready for the player to find it. An exhibit of searching and discovering, or revealing stories and ideas in spaces - physical spaces, emotional spaces, imaginary spaces, and others.

This curation can be found in the National Resource Center Mezzanine.

/friends[edit | edit source]

Playing together is one of the primal, original experiences of humans - collective imagination, competitive play, and co-operative puzzle solving all alight ancient centers of our brains and bodies. As games move through and past the screen, collective play becomes a powerful tool for creating discussion and pleasure. An exhibit of games meant to be played with/against/by a group of friends. The /friends games are separated into several blocks in multiple locations.

Friends Block 1[edit | edit source]

This curation can be found in the Democracy Center.

This Curation is open during the following days and times:

  • October 7th: 2pm-5pm

Friends Block 1 Outside Play[edit | edit source]

This curation can be found in the Central Plaza.

This Curation is open during the following days and times:

  • October 7th: 2pm-5pm

Friends Block 2[edit | edit source]

This curation can be found in the Democracy Center and the Japanese American National Museum conference room.

Games in the Democracy Center:

Games in the JANM conference room:

This Curation is open during the following days and times:

  • October 8th: 10am-1pm

Friends Block 2 Outside Play[edit | edit source]

This curation can be found in the Central Plaza.

This Curation is open during the following days and times:

  • October 8th: 10am-1pm

Friends Block 3[edit | edit source]

This curation can be found in the Democracy Center.

This curation can be found in the Democracy Center and the Japanese American National Museum conference room.

Games in the Democracy Center:

Games in the JANM conference room:

This Curation is open during the following days and times:

  • October 8th: 2pm-5pm

Friends Block 3 Outside Play[edit | edit source]

This curation can be found in the Central Plaza.

This Curation is open during the following days and times:

  • October 8th: 2pm-5pm

/nightgames[edit | edit source]

Play in the dark. Be compelled by the lights, the mystery, and the beauty. Experience interactive film, role-play with friends, and explore the games of IndieCade through the power and majesty of darkness.

/fridayfights[edit | edit source]

There can be only one! An exhibit of amazing competitive and head to head games from independent developers across the world. Explore competition in local multiplayer, alt control, and non digital formats.

IndieCade's Signature Night Games![edit | edit source]

Play in the dark. Be compelled by the lights, the mystery, and the beauty. Experience interactive film, role-play with friends, and explore the games of IndieCade through the power and majesty of darkness.

Democracy Center and Japanese American National Museum:

Democracy Forum:

Central Plaza

Japanese American National Museum conference room:

  • October 7th: 7pm-11pm

IndieXchange Gametasting[edit | edit source]

Join developers throughout the day for a rotating show-and-tell of works in progress, new work, and more. Games on display show in two hour blocks. So come by often!