Indie Game Revolution
Indie Game Revolution sponsored by Nintendo presents the most groundbreaking and creative work in contemporary video game culture.
Learn how a new breed of gamers are leaving their mark on gaming history at EMP’s Indie Game Revolution. Featuring the stories of more than forty independent video game developers, designers, coders, composers, and critics, EMP presents a dynamic, immersive space inviting you to witness the present and future of gaming as it unfolds.
Press your finger to the pulse of a revolution with a playable look into twenty rotating titles from around the world, and discover how independent gamers are redefining their industry.
Whether you’re fending off foes in deep space in Lovers in a Dangerous Spacetime or battling it out in an epic fencing tug-of-war in Nidhogg, Indie Game Revolution invites you to experience how the independent video game community is pushing past conventional boundaries with explosive new-age technology, capturing the attention and imagination of indie and mainstream audiences alike.
Indie Game Revolution is included with museum admission and is free for EMP Museum members.
We'll be featuring new games every couple of months! Check back often for a list of new titles.
Get in the Game!
Are you ready to join the indie game revolution? Everyone has the opportunity to get involved. Even you.
What is Indie?
Featuring Ian Snyder (Dev, The Floor is Jelly); Ben Esposito (Dev, Donut County); Ty Taylor (Dev, The Bridge); Jake Kazdal, 17-Bit (Dev, GALAK-Z: The Dimensional); Steve Gaynor, Fullbright (Dev, Gone Home); Tracy Fullerton, Director of USC Game Innovation Lab; and Samantha Kalman, Timbre Interactive (Dev, Sentris)
Tracy Fullerton on the Potential of Video Games