The selection for INDIGO 2015 has been made! Our 6th edition offers 32 games, including multiplayer games, applied games, and student games. Here’s the final 10 games that you can play at the showcase!

The entire overview of INDIGO games can be found here.

Chalo Chalo
by Redshift Media & Sparpweed

Chalo Chalo is a tactical local multiplayer racing game where planning ahead is more important than speedy reflexes. Up to eight players navigate ever changing landscapes, each hoping to find the optimal path. A selection of upgrades ensures a different winning strategy every race.

Convoy


by Convoy Games

Convoy is a tactical roguelike-like inspired by Mad Max and FTL in which you cross a wasteland in search of parts for your broken ship.

Jumpy Wall


by Pixelrock

Wall jump from wall to wall to get higher while avoiding spikes and collecting gems in this colourful pixel-style action game. Featuring one-touch controls (tap to jump, hold to slide) Jumpy Wall can be played by anyone but it take serious skills to get to a reasonable height.

Metrico+


by Digital Dreams

Metrico+ is a new living world filled with infographics. These bar charts, line diagrams and pie charts directly react to your movement, actions and input. You will have to explore and carefully analyze your every move to see how it affects the world, and whether it will get you further.

Money Maker Deluxe


by Firebrush Studios

Money Maker Deluxe is an economic city builder game. You play a banker in a village competing other banks. You can build through the influence of economics and let your village grow. Make alliances with others, betray them or go head on for the dominance of you currency.

Road to NFF
by Team Cheese

Road to NFF was selected as winning game of Summer Game Dev 2015. Walk the red carpet trough Utrecht and finish at the Beatrix Theatre with the most points. Watch out for paparazzi!  

Tic-Toc-Tower


by Sneaky Mammoth

Tic-Toc-Tower is an action packed puzzle and platforming game where players only have 10 seconds to complete each level. Every level is randomly presented in the uniquely styled pixel-art, with an additional challenge and a risky opportunity to pick up a clock for extra time in the next random level.

Virtual Archery


by VR Concepting

VR Archery is developed using a Worldviz positional tracking system and Samsung VRGear. Virtual Archery makes it possible to shoot virtual arrows with a real bow, in an area of 10x10 m2 where the user can move freely in the virtual world. Virtual Archery focuses on physical immersion, an important aspect of future VR experiences.

Wind Tales


by Vici Games

Vici Games has developed an innovative system for patients in the age of 4 to 14 which aims to make breathing exercises for children both fun and stimulating. The most important innovation is the synergy between the serious game (software that contains the prescribed breathing exercises and can also perform long function measurements), the spirometer (used as a real time game controller for the serious game), and the interface for the healthcare professional (to monitor the patient’s progress and also enables professionals to easily modify exercises and adjust therapy).

Zenzizenzic


by bitHuffel

Zenzizenzic is a fast-paced, adrenaline-infused twin stick bullet hell shoot ’em up and open world roguelike. Featuring a beautifully abstract art style and a thumping, full throttle soundtrack, it’s sure to get your thumbs sweating and your blood pumping!

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