IndieCade East 2014 just wrapped a weekend full of talks, panels, and workshops, but the show also included the excellent Indie Essentials exhibit that highlights the best of indie gaming, created in conjunction with the Museum of the Moving Image (MOMI).
It's a overview of the most interesting and important indie games over the last decade, and as an occasional indie gamer, I found plenty of great games that were new to me and worth checking out. And rather than the typical "walk and look" museum experience, the exhibit lets you sit down and play the games, with setups ranging from huge projector screens to arcade cabinets.
If you missed IndieCade East 2014, you can still check out the Indie Essentials Exhibit at the MOMI in Astoria, New York, running until March 2.
If you missed IndieCade East 2014, you can still check out the Indie Essentials Exhibit at the at MOMI in Astoria, New York. The exhibit is running until March 2. There's more information about the exhibit and the games over at the Museum of the Moving Image's Web site.