Here is a list of all of the amazing games shown off during Aprils Full Indie Game Showcase
Bio: Team Shellrazer is what happens when a programmer, an artist, a designer and an audio pro walk into a bar. You can read up on their game Shellrazer at http://www.slickentertainment.com/slick-entertainment/shellrazer-dev-blog-10/
Ola Rogula – Doll Divine portal
Ola has been making dress up games since 2008 that she features on her portal, dolldivine.com. She spoke about moving into a new business model for her website and some exciting features soon to come.
A graduate from SFU’s SIAT program, Sam has been working as a one man game studio for the past 2.5 years, and is now ready to make the jump to the iPhone. You can read up on “Arkeia” at http://www.overworldlabs.com/wordpress/
Lead Designer on Mark of the Ninja at Klei Entertainment, and probably the only game developer in Vancouver (and maybe all of Canada) that was born and raised in Wyoming. Visit http://www.markoftheninja.com/ to learn more about his latest game and all of his very interesting stealth mechanics.
Kevin is a Vancouver based sound designer, current employed ly at SomaTone Interactive. Phonopath is his own project, an experiment in audio-focused gameplay. See if you can get past the first level at http://www.phonopath.com/
Mike and Graham are two developers at Frogtoss Games, an independent micro studio in the sky. On the project they are about to show, Graham handled design and programming and Mike handled programming and more programming. They showed off their game Siege.
Philip Storey is a student, writer and game-developer. He enjoys over-thinking all aspects of pop-culture. Visit http://lenorelost.wordpress.com/ for more information on the upcoming game Lenore Lost.
Green Cod Apps
Alain-Daniel, GreedCod Apps, would like to show his new game: Traffic Mania. It has been released on Nook and Playbook already but undergoing a round of improvement before further release. Keep an eye out for it on http://www.greencod.com/
Team Nexus (Peter Qumsieh)
They are Team Nexus, their game is called Catalyst Zero. They are game design students from VFS. Their game is a remake of the traditional 2D top down shooter. You can find more information on their game at http://nexusentertainment.wordpress.com/