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The only magazine that covers exclusively indie games is 1 year old! Come celebrate with our 7th issue. This issue features an in depth look at the Episodic Tales of Monkey Island, previews the destruction that is Gratuitous Space Battles, and starts off part 1 of our Beginner's Guide to Indie Game Development. Check it out and support the little guys!
Wilmington, DE– August 18, 2009– The November/December Issue of the Indie Game Magazine hits news stands everywhere today. The Indie Game Mag is the only magazine focused on the creative and unique indie game community. You can get the magazine delivered to your mailbox in print form, download a PDF, Subscribe on Zinio or purchase the magazine via Amazon Kindle which works with the iPhone. Did I mention that digital subscribers have access to our entire back catalog of issues?
Issue 7 marks the beginning of IGM's second year and features some new layouts and brand new features and guides. This issue includes part 1 of the Beginner's Guide to Indie Game Development which will continue throughout the year. It also features an in depth look at Tales of Monkey Island, Reviews Larva Mortus, and previews the destruction that is Gratuitous Space Battles. Now is the time to pick up an issue and support the indie game community.
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Support the little guy by reading reviews about the small independent games that the big game publishers don’t want you to know about. If you’re a game developer support IGM and others like you by submitting your very own game for review. You can also subscribe, write, advertise, link or submit news to the magazine. Help spread the word about the indie game community! We'll see you everyone at GDC Austin in September! We'll have 50 free issues to giveaway, so come holla at us!
About the Indie Game Mag
Based in Wilmington, DE, The Indie Game Mag is a small independent company with a passion for video games and specifically the indie game community. The magazine was started in October of 2008 and has grown to include more and more writers and passionate gamers. The Indie Game Mag strives to highlight the artists and community behind the most creative video games. For more information on the Indie Game Magazine, please visit the magazine’s homepage at www.indiegamemag.com. We are always looking for passionate gamers to write and review indie games. For more information on advertising in the magazine or online please visit: