Casual Disconnect

Here you can see how narrow the rows between the tables were.
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  1. Increase the breathing room for the Indie Prize exhibition space. The battery farm setup is horrible and will make people never want to attend your event ever again.
  2. Address the right audience. From what I experienced, you are looking for casual games, not indie games. I know this is terminology-land, but right now the whole Indie Prize packaging is misleading. Make it clearer that the Prize is part of the Casual Connect, and you will get developers that are less angry and much more relevant to your event.

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I make games. Used to work in AAA, now am 50% of @MschnMnsch. Working on @CuriousExped. Proud member of @SaftladenBerlin. Father of 2.

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Johannes Kristmann

Johannes Kristmann

I make games. Used to work in AAA, now am 50% of @MschnMnsch. Working on @CuriousExped. Proud member of @SaftladenBerlin. Father of 2.

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