Following on from their summer video, the civic-minded folk at Edelweiss have released their PSA video collection of footage fromdoujin games that will appear in Winter Comiket over Dec 30-31st.
There are 28 circles and games represented this time around. See the video below for a complete list of the game titles, circle names and booth locations in English and click on the time after a game title to open the video in a new window at the relevant spot.
List ofGames & Circles
Game: USC ～Ultimate sunflower creation～(0:28)
Circle: Shiso No Ha (Booth: East A-17b)
Game: Touhou☆Strategy ～LotusCraft～(2:29)
Circle: Neetpia (Booth: East KI-47a)
“Indie” game developers in the west range from one-man shops to companies with budgets of millions of dollars. However, “bedroom” developers account for virtually all indie (“doujin”) game developers in Japan.
Nyu Media’s mission is to level the playing field between western and Japanese indie gaming, and support indie game development in Japan. We do this by partnering with developers to bring top Japanese indie video games to gamers around the world.
Please check out the games and demos showcased on this site. If you like what you see, please support the games and the developers by purchasing only through a official distributor, as listed on the product pages here and on the standalone game homepages.
On behalf of Nyu Media and our partner developers, THANK YOU!
This is the trailer for the latest version of the original 2D indie fighting game, Yatagarasu 4.3, created by 3 former SNK / King of Fighter developers.
Last year we succeeded in raising over $118,000 in funding through an IndieGogo campaign for the next and greatest version of the series, ‘Yatagarasu Attack on Cataclysm’!
Yatagarasu Attack on Cataclysm is due for release in summer 2014, but in the meantime you can follow updates on the games development and other details at the Yatagarasu-FTG.com.
The awesome soundtracks to the eXceed series, ETHER VAPOR Remaster and Fairy Bloom Freesia are available NOW at Bandcamp.com!
Check out Tennen-sozai’s soundtracks HERE & Edelweiss’s soundtracks HERE or click on an album cover below!