Working on an indie game? Want to exhibit free at Rezzed? The Leftfield Collection is now accepting submissions

Follow in the footsteps of 2012 stars including Gateways, Guacamelee and Proteus.

Are you working on an indie game that you would like to shove in the faces of thousands of PC and indie gamers? Then you've understood the headline above and your mouse works!

At the inaugural Rezzed: PC and Indie Games Show last year, Eurogamer and Rock, Paper, Shotgun writers helped organiser David Hayward handpick some of the most promising indie games in development to exhibit free at the show. We're doing the same thing for this year's event and submissions are now open.

Rezzed takes place at the NEC in Birmingham this year on 22nd/23rd June and we're expecting around 10,000 attendees over the two days, so if you're working on an indie game and fancy exhibiting free to that lot, fill in the form so that David and the EG/RPS editorial teams can take a look at what you're doing.

Last year's Leftfield Collection featured all sorts of wicked games, including Gateways, Guacamelee, Gunpoint, Proteus, Thomas Was Alone and more besides.

If you're not working on a game and you've stumbled in here because you're just interested to hear more about Rezzed, then first of all you look very handsome today and I hope all your hopes and dreams are fulfilled. Second, you can read much more about the show and buy tickets online at

Highlights unveiled so far include developer sessions for Project Eternity, Dreamfall Chapters, Vlambeer and Dennaton, with more to be announced soon, and we'll also have a show floor packed with the latest PC and indie games to play. Last year we had Borderlands 2, Far Cry 3, Prison Architect and many others, and we're pitching for the same high standard.

Look out for more Rezzed details soon and really just thank you for being you.

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