Indie Games Con ’05 Registration Opens - Re-Inventing Games - Indie Style

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GarageGames announced today that registration for Indie Games Con 2005, to be held in Eugene, Oregon, October 7, 8 and 9th is now open.

GarageGames announced today that registration for Indie Games Con 2005, to be held in Eugene, Oregon, October 7, 8 and 9th, is now open.

Indie Games Con (IGC) is a fun, informal and informative community gathering of independent game developers from around the world. IGC is designed to be a summit meeting of like-minded developers with the shared goal to focus on collaboration and building community. Along with sessions on game art, technology, tools and business, the event has a central ShowOFF Center where developers can showcase their current prototypes, demos and newly released games. This provides an excellent opportunity for their peers to play and provide valuable feedback.

“IGC has become an annual pilgrimage to premiere new games and connect with like-minded entrepreneurs,” comments Mark Frohnmayer, Co-Founder and President of GarageGames. “For three inspiring days, developers get to experience first hand the excitement and momentum of the indie game development phenomenon that is bringing innovation and fun back to gaming.”

IGC provides connections and content for programmers, artists and indie entrepreneurs. If you’ve caught the incurable desire to make games commercially, or even as a hobbyist, this is a community gathering of talented individuals you will not want to miss.

Register online now at http://www.indiegamescon.com. Pay $195 for a three-day pass, including sessions, food, parties and a t-shirt for those registering before September 16th. Space is limited so reservations will be on a first come first serve basis. Registrations after September 16th will be $250. More information is available at http://www.indiegamescon.com.

About GarageGames:

GarageGames' mission is to change the way games are made and played. GarageGames provides the technology, community and market to empower game makers to build commercial quality multiplatform games. GarageGames is known for bringing the Torque Game Engine to independent developers for $100. GarageGames is located in Eugene, Oregon and on the web at http://www.garagegames.com

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