New indie game website launches focusing on small indie projects

21st January 2014 - Los Angeles, California – IndieMedia officially launches Indielicious.com, a website dedicated to promoting small independent game projects.

Founded by Chris Shrigley, a veteran game developer, the site aims to provides free, promotional coverage to small independent game developers, hoping to publicize their games to a growing audience.  The site is a mixture of previews, reviews, interviews, news, and editorials, aimed at smaller developers, who often find it difficult to find a voice.

The site will focus on smaller indies and students, trying to get their small projects noticed.  There are so many fantastic and creative games out there that just don't get the publicity they deserve, and Indielicious wants to change that.  The site will give these passionate, creative individuals a platform to publicize their projects, from the initial early stages, all the way through to completion, totally free of charge.

Indielicious will also feature interviews and editorials from established independent developers, hoping to inspire new developers just setting out to pursue their game making dreams, and offer advice and their thoughts on making those dreams a reality.

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