Fantastic Arcade might not be the biggest video game expo in the world, but it’s become an important outlet for indie games to shine.
Now in its fourth year, the Austin event — a spin-off of the Fantastic Fest film festival — features a curated selection of new independent games, along with some indie games in recent years that have made a splash. It’s also a chance for developers show off their work, talk about the state of independent gaming and interact with attendees.
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