Digital Dragons Indie Celebration Brings Unreleased Demos To Steam Today

Published: May 13, 2020 9:35 AM /


A shot of Gamedec, one of the titles in the Digital Dragons Indie Celebration

Digital Dragons, the team behind one of Europe's leading gaming industry events, is kicking off a massive indie showcase on Steam today. The Digital Dragons Indie Celebration is a curated exhibition of 50 different indie titles, many of which have demos for you to check out.

There's a pretty impressive range of games on display as part of the Digital Dragons Indie Celebration. Action titles like ElderbornRustler, and Eldest Souls sit alongside adventure titles like Those Who Remain and strategy offerings like Wingspan and For the People. A lot of these games are getting their first ever demos, so if you've been on the fence about checking them out, now's the time to do it. Some of the games have already been released, while others are coming soon.

What else is going on in the Digital Dragons Indie Celebration?

It's not just the games, of course. There's also a whole host of live streaming going on. You can check out Digital Dragons' live stream schedule right here. Some of the streams won't be in English, but you'll still be able to get a look at gameplay for the titles being shown off. It's worth checking the stream schedule regularly, too, as Digital Dragons will be updating it on a regular basis. Many of the streams feature the developers themselves playing their games, too, so you can see them showing you how it's done (or not, as the case may be).

The Digital Dragons Indie Celebration continues until May 15th. Make sure you wishlist everything you want to before then, and don't forget to check out demos where you find 'em. Looks like you should be able to find something interesting no matter your taste. Right now, Digital Dragons are spotlighting cyberpunk RPG Gamedec and hand-drawn shooter Liberated. Give them a look if you're in an indie mood today.

What games are you checking out in the Digital Dragons Indie Celebration? Let us know in the comments below!

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