Steam Event Digital Dragons Indie Celebration Goes Live With 50 Titles

The indie industry has come a long way, with some even sharing the stage alongside heavy-hitting AAA titles. To celebrate the indie spirit, Steam will be hosting an online event titled Digital Dragons Indie Celebration, where 50 independent titles are set to be showcased.

Co-produced by Walkabout Games, the event will run from 13 May 2020, 3pm CEST (9pm SGT) to 16 May. Over the course of three days, professional and multilingual streams will be live-streaming the featured games, of which 24 are available as playable demos. While the programme serves to encourage the indie scene, it also seeks to recognise the best titles, selected and awarded by a jury of gaming industry experts. The judgement of Steam users will be taken into account as well: Every registered player is given one vote to award their favourite titles, where the winner gets to receive the Community Vote accolade.

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All 50 participants of the Digital Dragons Indie Celebration are as follows:

  • Ars Fabulae (Punk Notion, Poland)
  • Biped (NEXT Studios / META Publishing, Cyprus)
  • Black Book (Morteshka, Russia)
  • Bonkies (Studio Gauntlet, Norway)
  • Book of Demons: HELLCARD (Thing Trunk, Poland)
  • Causa, Voices of the Dusk (Niebla Games, Chile)
  • Chernobylite (The Farm 51, Poland)
  • Children of Silentown (Elf Games, Italy)
  • Danger Scavenger (Star Drifters, Piotr Wolk, Poland)
  • Door Kickers: Task Force North (KillHouse Games, Romania)
  • Dreadlands (Blackfox Studios, UK)
  • Eastern Exorcist (wildfiregame, China)
  • ELDERBORN (Hyperstrange, Poland)
  • Eldest Souls (Fallen Flag Studio, UK / Poland)
  • Encased (Dark Crystal Games, Russia)
  • First Class Trouble (Invisible Walls, Denmark)
  • Enemy on Board (Windwalk Games, USA)
  • For the People (Brezg Studio, Russia)
  • For The Warp (Massive Galaxy Studios, Portugal)
  • Fort Triumph (Cookie Byte Entertainment, Israel)
  • Gamedec (Anshar Studios, Poland)
  • Gatewalkers (A2 Softworks, Poland)
  • Ghostrunner (One More Level, Poland)
  • Last Oasis (Donkey Crew, Poland)
  • Legends of Ethernal (Lucid Dreams Studio, Canada)
  • LIBERATED (Atomic Wolf, Poland)
  • Nanotale – Typing Chronicles (Fishing Cactus, Belgium)
  • Not For Broadcast (NotGames, UK)
  • Overloop (George Kobyakov, UK)
  • PositronX (Scorpius Games, Romania)
  • Quantum League (Nimble Giant, UK)
  • Rhythm Fighter (Coconut Island Games / echo games, China)
  • Röki (Polygon Treehouse, UK / Poland)
  • Rustler (Jutsu Games, Poland)
  • Shing! (Mass Creation, Poland)
  • Skul: The Hero Slayer (SouthPAW Games, South Korea)
  • Stoneshard (Ink Stains Games, Cyprus)
  • Tainted Grail (Awaken Realms Digital, Poland)
  • The Blind Prophet (Ars Goetia, France)
  • The Riftbreaker (EXOR Studios, Poland)
  • The Tenants (Ancient Forge, Poland)
  • There is no light (Zelart, Cyprus)
  • This is the Zodiac Speaking (Punch Punk Games, Poland)
  • Those Who Remain (Camel 101, Portugal)
  • Tower Princess (AweKteaM, Cyprus)
  • Tunche (LEAP Game Studios, Cyprus)
  • Unto The End (2 Ton Studio, UK)
  • Uragun (Kool2Play, Poland)
  • Wanderlust: Transsiberian (Different Tales, Poland)
  • Wingspan (Monster Couch, Poland)

The fact that industry giants like Nintendo are looking to expand their indie repertoire speaks plenty about its vast potential, and the gaming community’s increased interest in the genre. Events as such serve as a good stepping stone to integrate more independent titles into the mainstream market, and allows for greater variety. The Digital Dragons Indie Celebration is now live on Steam, alongside an accompanying streaming schedule.