Welcome to Indie Game Con
Thank you for your interest in submitting a game to Indie Game Con 2019. An Indie Game Con submission puts you in front of hundreds of passionate game developers and consumers. In previous years, we have had 400 individuals attend our event. Not only will you get live feedback for your game but it will give you a chance to meet with other game developers. Help us continue Indie Game Con as an Oregon tradition.
How to Register and Buy your tickets:
Step 1: Register Your Game
Register your game at the top of this page by clicking the "Submit Your Game!" button and submitting the form.
Step 2: Visit Eventbrite and Purchase Your Ticket
- Use Code GameDevTable to see the tickets.
FAQ: Frequently Asked Questions
What tickets are availiable?
There are two ticket types available for those submitting a game: IndieTable and IndieBooth.
What do you get for each ticket?
- Listing on our website
- One 8' shared table (with up to two other developers).
- One pass to Indie Game Con 2019
- Listing on our website
- One 8' table (decorate as you please).
- Sell merchandise
- One pass to Indie Game Con 2019 Note: An IndieBooth Ticket is NOT required for teams.
What do I do if I'm on a team?
Decide if you would like a whole table or a shared table with your team. Register your game, then purchase one ticket per team member.
When purchasing an IndieBooth ticket, only one is required per team. Have the other members of the team purchase IndieTable Tickets. For example, a three person team would need one IndieBooth ticket and two IndieTable tickets.
What equipment do we have to bring?
You will need to bring all the equipment to setup your game. This includes hardware, inputs, audio, video, and cables. A typical setup includes a laptop, keyboard/controller, LCD monitor, cables, and power strips. If you only have a laptop, you are allowed to let patrons to play directly from your personal device, but be warned, Indie Game Con is not responsible for damage to your personal equipment. We are not responsible for ensuring your game works at your station.
What equipment will Indie Game Con provide?
We will provide a table and power.
Will Indie Game Con provide WiFi?
We will have WiFi however to ensure optimal usability please ensure your game works offline.
Can I sell merchandise with an IndieTable Ticket?
No, only IndieBooth ticket holders may sell merchandise.
What if I buy an IndieTable or IndieBooth ticket without registering a game?
You will have to register a game or we will refuse entry and void your ticket without refund.
IGC 2019 Featured Games
Holly Jolly Trolly
The trolley problem is a thought experiment in ethics. The general form of the problem is this: You see a runaway trolley moving toward five tied-up (or otherwise incapacitated) people lying on the tracks. You are standing next to a lever that controls a switch. If you pull the lever, the trolley will be redirected onto a side track and the five people on the main track will be saved. However, there is a single person lying on the side track. You have two options: Do nothing and allow the trolley to kill the five people on the main track. Pull the lever, diverting the trolley onto the side track where it will kill one person. Which is the more ethical option? en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Trolley_problem This a take on the classic Trolly Problem, but you are in the driver’s seat instead! Use the arrow keys to go left or right… choose wisely because… sacrifices must be made!! CONTROLS Left and Right Arrow Keys
Team Members: Greg McKelvey, Brian Paul, David Lo
In Lightspeed Lifesaver is a top down arcade game where you play as a space ambulance! Save crashed astronauts before the timer runs out! Dodge debris, asteroids, and lasers on your quest to save all the survivors!
Team Members: David Lo, Jennifer King, Armahd Ramirez