Photo by Lauren Naefe

IndieCade East (Night Games)

Part of IndieCade East 2014
Saturday, February 15, 2014, 7:00 p.m.

An evening devoted to live action games, pick-up-and-play multiplayer video games, projected games, theatrical games, and the Indie eSports Saturday Night Rumble.

Access to Night Games is included with Saturday day pass or full festival pass admission. There is no separate ticket for this program. 

Art Boy Sin, Gigantic Mechanic (Café)
Create original poetry by rearranging a series of letters printed on 8.5 x 11” card stock that have
been taped on walls throughout the Museum.

Crypt of the NecroDancer, Brace Yourself Games (Video Screening Amphitheater)
Move to the beat of the game’s soundtrack to progress through dungeons and battle dancing
skeletons, zombies, and dragons in this hardcore roguelike rhythm game.

Dead Trigger 2, Madfingergames (presented by Facebook) (Fox Amphitheater)
A survival horror zombie first-person shooter (or ax-chopper).

Grasshopper, Grasshopper NYC (Café)
Play Don’t Fuck Up, Clockwork, Whiskers, and more on a face-to-face game table for up to six

Indie eSports Saturday Night Rumble, organized by Simon Ferrari (Redstone Theater) (8:00–10:00 p.m.)
The best players from Saturday’s Indie eSports Showcase battle on the big screen for trophies
and glory. During the day, try out new games, build a crew, and prove your skills for a chance to
compete in the finals. 

Nashville, Adam Nelson (Café)
Fight your way through the rough-and-tumble streets of Nashville. Send secret signals, form
alliances, and eliminate enemies with your wits and a hand of five card stud.

Pickpocket, Brendon Trombley (Café)
Line your pockets with cloth strips and try to steal them from others without being noticed in this analog game of stealth, subterfuge, and finesse.

SoundSelf, Robin Arnott (Bartos Screening Room) (Live 8:00–8:45 p.m. / Open 8:45–10:00 p.m.)
Use your voice to fall through strobing tunnels of light and impossible shapes into a meditative
trance in this chanting game of sensory exploration inspired by a group-ohm on LSD.

Surround, Epic Bros (Café)
Outfit your team with different classes—Assault, Support, Sniper, and Medic—to best your
opponents in this local multiplayer tactical game.

Tenya Wanya Teens, Uvula + Wild Rumpus + Venus Patrol (Fox Amphitheater)
Complete rapidly-changing actions with a sixteen-button controller in this coming-of-age
tale about love, hygiene, monsters, and finding discarded erotic magazines in the woods.

Tether, Dan Cox, Whitaker Trebella, and Matt Rix (Fox Amphitheater)
Players are attached to their opponents with chains. Work with and against them to be the
first to collect ten orbs.

The Last Ten Minutes, Shoshana Kessock (Digital Learning Suite) (7:00–8:00 p.m.)
Requires signup 
Explore what you might do in your last ten minutes on earth in a one-hour live-action role
play game. Attend an End of the World party and prepare for the Big Boom with strangers, friends,
and loved ones. No LARP experience required.

Wrong Bet!, Brian S. Chung and GJ Lee (Fox Amphitheater)
Collaborate with the untrustworthy in this betting game that includes shouting, trashtalking,
colluding, and deceiving.

VoxieBox, VoxieBox (Fox Amphitheater)
The world’s first holographic gaming system.

PlaySpace (Café)

Bottleneck, Antidote Games
Match tasks on cards with other players without “crashing” in a chaotic physical game about
attention and road safety.

Spaghetti Standoff, Arkadium
Standing in a circle, hold an uncooked spaghetti noodle in each hand with your neighbors and try
to break other players’ noodles without breaking your own.

The FUNN ‘N Games of Karl Rohnke, organized and facilitated by Pete Vigeant and Bryan Vitale
Live action games by Ropes Course inventor Karl Rohnke, one of the uncelebrated roots of
independent games. 

Zombie Ward, Gigantic Mechanic
Experience the breakout of the zombie apocalypse in this turn-based action game that combines popular folk games Ninja and Zombie Tag into a fast-paced survival game.