KISS wants to sign indie games at Interface 2016

KISS has signed up as a meeting host for the third iteration of Interface, a joint venture between MCV and Develop.

The publisher will be taking part in a series of prearranged one-to-one meetings, where developers can pitch their games face-to-face in the hopes of securing that all-important publishing deal, joining the ranks of studios that have had their game signed at Interface.

The previous event saw numerous publishers seeking new titles, including Curve Digital, Namco Bandai, Channel 4, Sold Out, Green Man Gaming and Double Eleven.

Interface returns to Londonon May 5th at St Mary’s Church – inviting publishers, developers and investors to make new connections and do business in a unique and informative event.You can sign up here.

The event will bring together over 350 firms in a series of one-to-one pitching meetings, as well as panel discussions and keynote presentations focusing on the key issues facing the games development industry.

There are limited free passes for indie developers – sign up here to secure your place. For sponsorship opportunities contact Conor Tallon atctallon@nbmedia.comor Charlotte Nangle on

On the day, attendees curate their own experience – typically a day will be a mixture of taking in conference sessions and keynote talks, pre-arranged one-to-one pitching meetings (arranged by us) and ad hoc meetings/product demonstrations at the exhibition. The entire day is designed to bring all aspects of the videos games industry together through an array of methods.

The conference already has two keynotes from award-winning indie developers Mike Bithell and Dan Pinchbeck, as well as a PR Power Panel.

Developers in attendance last year included Digital Tales, Honey Tribe Studios, Input Mobile, RedBreast Studio, Fat Pebble, Chilled Mouse, Viewpoint Games, Sigtrap, Milky Tea, The Project Factory, Torque Studios, R Control, MoonJump, Pixlebomb, Universally Speaking, The Hero That Ran, Wish Studios, Pixel Spill, Giftgaming, Fat Fish Games, RedSix Games, Cupboard Games, Fourth State, UpDownLeftRight, RGBird Games, Sliding Pixel, Kurly Entertainment, LYTE, The Dangerous Kitchen, Gunkatana, Antstream, Large Visible Machine, Oxford Audio Post Production, FlySoftworks, Playback Interactive, Distinctive Developments.

For more information, check out theInterface website here.

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