LudoNarraCon is your stop for upcoming indie gaming hits and a look behind the curtain

Bellevue, Washington - From May 5 through May 9, indie gaming developers on Steam are showing you what they do, what games they've cooked up, and more.

LudoNarraCon is shaping up to be a delightful peek behind the curtains for indie gaming.
LudoNarraCon is shaping up to be a delightful peek behind the curtains for indie gaming.  © Fellow Traveller

Organized by independent games publisher Fellow Traveller, LudoNarraCon is a full five days dedicated to the work that indie dev teams put into their games, with livestreams hosted on Steam for the entire event.

The conference is free, online, and open to any and all who want to learn more about how games like Young Souls and Tunic are made.

It's also a time to get sneak peeks at upcoming titles. There are stacks of new games under production, and LudoNarraCon is a perfect hub to get them on your radar.

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There are already over 40 games lined up for the event if you are looking for a taste test of what's to come.

There will also be presentations from game writers, developers, and more, with streams that can be replayed if you miss one.

But what's with the name? Well, the organizers slapped three words together that they feel perfectly describe what the conference is about.

"Ludo" is just the Latin word for "play," and "Narra" comes from "narrative" since indie games often focus heavily on great storytelling. "Con" is just the shortened version of "conference."

Even though LudoNarraCon is on gaming library and marketplace Steam, anyone interested in learning more about how an indie team puts together a game is welcome to hop in and listen to the fireside chats.

Cover photo: Fellow Traveller

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