If you've been following along with the events at GameDaily Connect USA this year, then you'll likely have kept up to speed with the brilliant work done by the Indie Prize finalists from all over the world. We're delighted to present the winners of this year's Indie Prize categories.
The Indie Prize is an effort to recognize the passionate and outstanding work of indie developers, whether they are developing titles for the growing mobile market, or working with emerging technologies like VR. We're looking forward to introducing the Indie Prize finalists from Asia.
GameDaily Connect's Indie Prize initiative aims to highlight the work of indie developers from around the globe, ranging from games developed for the mobile market to titles geared towards flagship consoles. Some of these games have made appearances at Dreamhack Dallas, Play NYC and more, so we're very excited to announce the Indie Prize finalists from the USA.
GameDaily Connect will be spotlighting a number of indie developers from regions all around the world for its Indie Prize. The finalists for this year span all sorts of genres and countries, and some have even received nominations for the Indie Prize from our esteemed sponsors. Let's take a closer look at the Indie Prize finalists from Europe.
GameDaily Connect is about more than great panels and networking opportunities with your fellow industry professionals. It's also about spotlighting great developers from various regions. Let's take a look at the Indie Prize finalists from Latin America.
GameDaily Connect is actually four shows a year. Our next show will be in Shenzhen, China in November and that means that indie devs can get their games submitted for Indie Prize China.
Largelabs, the studio behind Aliens Vs. Cowmander, is a thriving indie studio between countries. Co-founders Karim Aboul-Enein and Sebastien Marty are cognizant of the biggest challenges ahead of them as developers: releasing engaging games for a mostly Middle Eastern audience.