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    IndieCade <3’s Ludum Dare

    Posted by (twitter: @mikekasprzak)
    May 17th, 2013 9:20 am


    The folks behind IndieCade got in touch with me to tell me they love what we’re doing here at Ludum Dare. So much, that they want to offer you a discount off the usual submission fee. To take advantage of the deal, do the following:

    1. Visit indiecade.com/submissions/ and fill out the entry form.
    2. Mention Ludum Dare in your description.
    3. Use coupon code “dare13” in the payment section to receive 40% off.

    Early submission deadline ends May 31st ($80), and the late deadline is June 30th ($110).

    9 Responses to “IndieCade <3’s Ludum Dare”

    1. Oye Beto says:

      The game has to be made for Ludum Dare or can I get the discount for the indie studio I work at?

    2. Eternal_Rest says:

      I have to pay them for the privilege of putting my games on their site? What a joke.

    3. ^ You have to pay them to submit your game to be played by a panel of judges to see if it will be showcased at E3 or the IndieCade festival. Same with the PAX 10.

    4. JigxorAndy says:

      Awesome! Is this only available for games made for Ludum Dare?

    5. twelveplusplus says:

      It’s not really that bad a deal though, really… you get a free pass to the festival and you get to participate in their developer exchange thing… it’s not like you are just paying $50 for nothing…

      It’s like $40 for a festival ticket, anyway…

      It prolly just depends on whether you have a game you want to promote through traditional channels and you want to go this festival or not…


    6. Maple says:

      Is this still plausible if you have no way of attending any of the events?

      • JoeDev_net says:

        I’m curious about this as well. Is it worth it to submit a game, if you most likely wouldn’t be able to make it to the actual event? I live on the east coast and probably couldn’t justify spending the amount of money it would take to get there.

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