The site allows UK independents to chat, write blogs, enter forums and upload photos, videos and information.
Users also benefit from MySpace-style ‘friend’ profile areas, as well as receiving the latest news from Nintendo HQ. They can also contribute to UK games trade-related surveys.
“We’ve got the functionality up and running and it’s truly impressive stuff,” said MD of Koch Media Craig McNicol. “Now we need to get the indie community engaged.
“It’s going to be a real benefit to them to just log on and chew the cud with fellow-minded indies – not to mention a lot of fun.”
To register for the service and create your profile, visit Nindie Space now.