Radius indie game festival opens in London this week

Hatoful Boyfriend! Volume! Vlambeer! Free entry! 

Budding designers and indie game fans take note - the Radius game festival arrives in London this week, from 19-21st June.


The event will let you go hands on with up to 20 indie titles each day - more than 50 over the three days - including Vlambeer's Nuclear Throne and Mediatonic's Hatoful Boyfriend.

Thomas Was Alone creator Mike Bithell will be on hand to present new footage of Volume and will join Vlambeer's Rami Ismail for a series of nightly live-streamed panels with guidance on how to get into the games industry.

Come along in person and you'll be able to meet and greet with panel members, too. You may even spot someone from Eurogamer...

Entry to Radius is completely free, although you can choose to buy a Supporter ticket which nets you a handful of free games and a drink as well. All the details are on the Radius site.

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