February 13th, 2011
Apologies for the late, late nature of this post all, but we just got our greedy little hands on some awesome images of the Neverending Show at Baby Castles held last October in Manhattan. For those of you who aren’t aware, Baby Castles is one of the few places in the world you’ll get the chance to play with indie-games in an arcade style environment replete with live performances, custom art (including arcade cabinets) and absurd amounts of alcohol.
From Left to Right: Pilot Crash Course, Clock, Astro Odyssey, and Auto-Cannibalism caught in the wild!
Also of note, a German television program was covering the opening of the EGP show. Most of the show is in English with German subtitles, but it’s really worth a watch to see the games in action, and hear two girls pontificating on the game Auto-Cannbalism. Do give it a watch HERE.
CONGRATS NUOVO NOMINEES!
One last bit of congratulations should also go out to EGP participants: Mr. Troshinsky for his crazy video mash-up, Loop Raccord, and to Jake Elliott for A House in California. Both games are entrants in the IGF this year and are nominees for the Nuovo Award. EGPers will remember Mr. Troshinsky for games like UFO on Tape, A Game for Two, and Shoot ‘em Art and Mr. Elliott for Beuhla and the Hundred Birds, and I Can Hold My Breath Forever.