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Kartridge and Indie Megabooth highlight indie games in alternative PC game store

December 13, 2018 / DEAN TAKAHASHI

Kartridge, the PC gaming store that was recently started by Kongregate, has announced a partnership with the Indie Megabooth (IMB) to highlight indie games from around the world.They will create a traveling showcase that will highlight the best indie games from the IMB Alumni Network, hand-picked to be featured in a custom, “spotlight” feature.Kongregate wants Kartridge to become a beacon for quality indie games, and it already has hundreds of titles, gamer chat, badges, and player rewards. It will be a tall order in taking on Valve’s Steam, but the goal is to create an alternate way for game developers to get their games discovered and merchandised with more control over the whole process of selling a game.Indie Megabooth’s Alumni Network consists of more than 800 indie developers and its showcases are a hotbed for discovering unique indie games that cater to diverse audiences.With booths at PAX West, PAX East, GDC, and more, IMB’s growing reach aligns wi...