Marketing for indie games.

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Dustforce

Hitbox Team released Dustforce worldwide in early 2012. The slow burning awareness of Dustforce allowed the public to get interested in the game far before its release. By forcing an embargo on reviews, the game received and influx of hype culminating on the date Dustforce was released. The game received over 100 reviews within the first week of its release including reviews from top gamer sites Rock Paper Shotgun, Indie Game Magazine, GameSpot and Gamefront. The first day also resulted in 250,000 views on various youtube channels, including trailers I created for Dustforce that generated 100,000 views.
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Apotheon

Alien trap is best known for their intense indie platformer Capsized. Their latest creation, Apotheon, takes on a whole different art style with an ancient Greek pottery esthetic. Alien Trap wanted to promote the new look of their game with some gameplay footage, new screenshots and a press release targeted at all AAA game sites. The game was featured on IGN, PC Gamer, Gamespot and Rock Paper Shotgun, among others.
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100 Hour Game Stream

A 100 hour stream event for charity, Streamlicious needed a trailer to showcase the massive amount of donations and gameplay involved. Featuring over 30 indie games and over $10,000 in prizes, the charity event gained fans from the press and public alike.
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Spring Sun Bundle

Indie Royale is an indie game bundle website that offers up multiple top-quality indie titles every two weeks for you to purchase at bundle prices. Indie Royale needed a solid video that showcased up to 6 games in 2 minutes, showing gameplay but keeping the overall brand in tact.
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Antichamber

When the long awaited game Antichamber was ready to be released, the game's developer Alex Bruce wanted a press release to announce the final date and game overview. A press release was created to showcase the game in it's final state, along with a teaser image and trailer.
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Vessel

Strange Loop Games created a stunning 2d platformer with liquid physics. They needed to get preview builds out into the hands of reviewers in advance of their release. Vessel was previewed on IGN's Youtube Channel and Gamespot's live web show 'On The Spot'. The shows garnered Vessel over half a million previews several weeks before the games were released.
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Giana Sisters: Twisted Dreams

German developer Black Forest Games had just launched a Kickstarter campaign for Giana Sisters: Twisted Dreams totaling over $180,000 in funds to finish the project. Coverage from press releases, trailers, live webshows, contests and a full Facebook campaign drew mass media attention to the upcoming release. Major sites like RPS and Joystiq reviewed the game, and Giana Sisters was in the second round of Greenlit games and was launched on time on October 18th, 2012.
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Fractal

Critically acclaimed developer Cipher Prime took their popular PC title to iPad. Fractal is an enthralling music puzzler experience where players Push, Combo, and Chain their way through a pulsing technicolor dreamscape all the while expanding their consciousness at 130 BPM. The trailer needed to be as fast paced and wondrous as the game itself.
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Kona's Crate

An iOS game made by Darkwind Media, Kona's Crate was a simple concept that was nearly impossible to master. A trailer was created to captivate the viewers attention and highlight the game's many features.
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