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Google unveils showcase games for indie developers conference

Half of the games chosen for exhibition are in very limited beta and not yet available to the general public.

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Attendees at next month's Google Play Indie Games Festival will have a chance to play more than two dozen new games, some of which are not yet widely available.

Google on Monday unveiled the 30 Android games selected from more than 200 submissions vying for a chance to be exhibited at the conference. Fifteen of the games showcased are on a very limited beta, so this is the best opportunity many will have to play them.

Fans will have an opportunity to vote for their favorite games at the festival. A complete list of the games chosen for exhibition can be found here.

Google also announced that it has opened up registration of the event, which will be held in San Francisco on September 24. The event, which is free, will give developers a chance to showcase their games to the public, network, and win prizes such as Tango devices, tickets to Google I/O 2017 and even ad campaign support from Google.