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Digital Dragons brings 25 demos to Steam in Indie Celebration

Digital Dragons, the Polish annual game conference, has launched a three day celebration of indie games. Digital Dragons’ Steam Indie Celebration begins today with three days of playable game demos, livestreams and developer interviews from 13-15 May, and can be found on Steam.

The celebration includes  livestreams and game demos for 50 of 2020’s biggest indie titles selected by Digital Dragons and jury members Robert Purchese (Eurogamer), Brett Makedonski (Destructoid), Karol Zajączkowski (11bit studios), Jakub Rokosz (Fool’s Theory) and Jakub Wójcik (Indie Games Polska).

The showcase is an attempt to bring a spotlight on indie games that usually would have made their debut at game shows such as E3 and Gamescom, which have been cancelled due to the COVID-19 epidemic.

The full livestream schedule can be found here and features games such as Those Who Remain, Dreadlands and Eldest Souls, and will feature streams in Polish, English and Russian.

The May indie celebration on Steam is in addition to its own regular Indie Showcase at the rescheduled Digital Dragons 2020 conference in Kraków on 14-15 September.

Playable game demos available during the Celebration include:

  • Ars Fabulae (Punk Notion)
  • Bonkies (Studio Gauntlet)
  • Danger Scavenger (Star Drifters, Piotr Wolk)
  • ELDERBORN (Hyperstrange)
  • Eldest Souls (Fallen Flag Studio)
  • First Class Trouble (Invisible Walls)
  • For the People (Brezg Studio)
  • For The Warp (Massive Galaxy Studios)
  • Ghostrunner (One More Level)
  • Legends of Ethernal (Lucid Dreams)
  • Liberated (Atomic Wolf)
  • Not For Broadcast (NotGames)
  • Overloop (George Kobyakov)
  • PositronX (Scorpius Games)
  • Rhythm Fighter (Coconut Island Games)
  • Röki (Polygon Treehouse)
  • Rustler (Jutsu Games)
  • Shing! (Mass Creation)
  • The Blind Prophet (Ars Goetia)
  • There is No Light (Zelart)
  • Tower Princess (AweKteaM)
  • Tunche (LEAP Game Studios)
  • Uragun (Kool2Play)
  • Wanderlust: Transsiberian (Different Tales)
  • Wingspan (Monster Couch)

About Chris Wallace

Chris is MCV/DEVELOP's staff writer, joining the team after graduating from Cardiff University with a Master's degree in Magazine Journalism. He can regrettably be found on Twitter at @wallacec42, where he mostly explores his obsession with the Life is Strange series, for which he refuses to apologise.

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