BlindGiRl is going to E3!

Derby, England

10th June, 2010

GLPeas are pleased to announce that their critically acclaimed puzzle/strategy game BlindGiRl is going to be at E3 as part of the IndieCade Showcase.

Released in March and available through the Xbox Live Indie Game Marketplace, BlindGiRl has intrigued gamers and the press with its innovative mix of discovery, adventure and puzzle solving. Using a wave propagation gameplay mechanic, the player must help BlindGiRl navigate through a series of mazes, where hidden dangers lurk around every unseen corner.

The IndieCade jurors have selected just a dozen games that they feel will help form the future of digital gaming for showcasing at this year’s E3, and GLPeas are proud that BlindGiRl is one of those chosen few.

BlindGiRl will be on show as part of the IndieCade @ E3 Expo Showcase from June 15-17th, West Hall 4344, Los Angeles Convention Center.

About BlindGiRl

BlindGiRl is available now via the Xbox Live Indie Games marketplace, for the price of 80 Microsoft Points.

“…another sterling example of why the Indie Channel is proving to be a fertile arena for artistic expression.” 8/10 Eurogamer

About GLPeas

GLPeas are a independent game developer based in Derby, England. They carefully craft unique, non-violent games with an emphasis on quality gameplay over graphics. Their previous title, Carcophony, intrigued players with an innovative mix of puzzling and strategy wrapped around simple, accessible gameplay.

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About IndieCade

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