PHOTOS: IndieCade Festival Brings the World of Gaming to Culver City

Avid gamers flock to the area to view and play new games.

Independent gamemakers from around the world as well as game enthusiasts transformed Culver City this weekend into a mecca for game lovers as part of the annual IndieCade Festival.

Workshops, including Junk Games,  and a chance to play several of the more than 80 games were some of the draws this year. The main village was at the corner of Culver and Washington boulevards with additional activities set up at the Culver City Fire Station, Foshay Lodge and the Ivy Substation.

Visit the IndieCade website for a complete list of this year's activities. 

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Joy Rheman October 15, 2012 at 11:45 PM
The group that put on the Caine's Arcade Global Cardboard challenge is called GameDesk(gamedesk.org)! They just launched a new school based on play, making, discovery and inquiry called PlayMaker! You can check out more pictures from the event on their Facebook page: http://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.371750862906002.87230.122557014492056&type=1


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