What would you do if you had a community that developed a massive amount of ridiculously fun indie games that were too simple and/or small to be worth the fees and whatnot to enter in the Independent Games Festival? Jeremy Penner had that very same predicament, and the solution was this: the 2012 IGF Pirate Kart.
An offshoot of the original Pirate Kart started by the Glorious Trainwrecks community, the 2012 IGF Kart contains over 300 games from over 100 developers, packaged in a single entry for submission to the IGF. The best part? It’s absolutely free.
Just skimming the list of games included in this one, I can tell that most of them are going to be winners; it would truly do you all well to download this one and play every single one of the games. I’m definitely going to try to get to all of them, but in the meantime, you can join me and download it here.
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