IndieCade 2014 GameSlam -- 100-Second Pitches of New Indie Games
Posted by Chris Lesinski on October 12, 2014. 1 Comment
Deck Around was selected for this year's IndieCade GameSlam -- a thrilling event in the IndieCade village where 12 games got a chance to pitch their game on the main stage in under 100 seconds! Deck Around was the only physical game selected.
The GameSlam event was hosted by (and created by) legendary game designer Teddy Diefenbach and Ashly Burch from the gaming webshow "Hey Ash, Whatcha Playin'" and they ensured a smooth and fun show!
100 seconds is NO TIME. There's seriously NO TIME. I spent a lot of time thinking about how to present Deck Around this way.
I crammed in a demo round of Deck Around which went something like this:
- Shaving your body hair and selling it on Craigslist
- When you throw up your breakfast during a hangover
- A prank where dung is thrown at someone like a snow ball
And with that simple demo, I only had 4 seconds to spare!
There were a ton of other enthusiastic and creative presentations in the 2014 GameSlam. I was honored to be among them! I can't thank IndieCade enough for supporting indie games like Deck Around.
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