The organizers of PAX Aus 2014 are accepting game submissions for the Indie Showcase, according to an announcement on Penny Arcade.
Australian and New Zealand developers have until July 6, 2014 to apply for a place in the showcase and selection notifications will be sent via email by July 21. To be eligible, developers must not have an existing publisher-developer partnership or be funded by an outside party, excluding government grants and crowd sourcing.
Last year, a panel of gaming industry peers chose six games out of 60 titles submitted by Australian and New Zealand independent developers, including Alexander Bruce's Antichamber, Man Fight Dragon's Black Annex, Kumobius' Duet, Endgame Studios' Fractured Soul, Impromptu Games' Influx and Brawsome's MacGuffin's Curse. The six titles received free booth space in the center of the Indie Pavilion that showcased a total of 30 indie games.
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