The Indie Bits Festival is calling all game developers!

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    Indie Bits is an arts and education organization that aims to design and promote inclusive gaming experiences for all. Founded in Columbia, SC and focused on the Southeast, Indie Bits cultivates thoughtful production, education, and community oriented expression with regard to games, technology advancement, social outreach, and code-based learning. Building from their public exhibitions at the Indie Grits Film Festival, the Indie Bits leadership seeks to facilitate powerful creative gaming experiences via educational services, creative curation, and collective media literacy.
    In the past, Indie Bits has featured digital media, ranging from casual to experimental. This year, we are excited to expand our family to include tabletop gaming. Simply put: if it's interactive, independent, and connects to the southeast — we want to see it.

    We are partnered with the Indie Grits film festival. The 2015 Indie Grits festival drew more than 11,000 attendees. This collaboration will bring games to very large, local, and supportive audience. Of course, it is a competition, so there are prizes!

    Please check out our website and I sincerely hope to see your work in April.

    http://www.indiebitsfest.com
     

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