Yesterday, IndieCade officially opened the submissions process for “interactive media” entries into this year’s event. Taking place from October 8-10, IndieCade 2010 will (according to a company press release) display “the best in cutting-edge work and innovative game design talent to the public.”
Here’s the official call for submissions:
“IndieCade invites independent game artists, creators, and designers from around the world to submit interactive media of all types – from art to commercial, ARG to abstract, mind-bending to mobile, serious to shooter – for consideration.. Work-in-progress is encouraged.
A diverse jury of industry leaders will select entries for top prizes at the IndieCade 2010 Festival. All entries for the Festival will also receive consideration for presentation at the other 2010 IndieCade international exhibitions including E3 and IndieCade Europe.”
Individuals that are interested in submitting their own entry must do so before the submissions period ends June 1, 2010. For more information about the event, head over to the IndieCade website.