The Wild Rumpus indie games development gathering is returning to central London for a third time.
The event, which welcomes both devs and the public, serves as a showcase for creations by the most exciting, unusual and forward-thinking new independent studios.
The games on show at the event, which costs five pounds to attend, include a number of titles played in a physical space, such as Megagrip (pictured) and 'Atari joystick crotch fencing' title Swordfight.
Uprok by Joe Bain and Barabariball by Noah Sasso also star, as does esoteric minigame compilation Kompenium by Michael Brough.
The event, which pitches itself as a night of 'indie video game roughhousing larks', takes place on September 27th in Shoreditch, East London. More details and tickets are available at the Wild Rumpus' Eventbright page.