8 headlining games chosen for Indie Games Summer Uprising

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8 headlining games chosen for Indie Games Summer Uprising
Much like the outdoor temperature, the Indie Games Summer Uprising is heating up. Eight of the promotion's headlining titles, as chosen by Indie Game developers, have been revealed. The titles run the gamut of fighting, platforming, role-playing and train simulator (no really!) games.

This August, voting will begin for two more titles to be chosen by the community itself. Voting will start on Monday, August 1, and will run until August 14 on the Indie Games Summer Uprising Facebook page. See the full list of developer-chosen games (including links to descriptions and trailers) after the break.
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The Summer Uprising 8 developer selections have been chosen!

On Sunday July 17th, the final votes for the 8 developer selections for the Indie Games Summer Uprising finally arrived, and with that we gladly announce those who will headline the promotion:

T.E.C. 3001
Speedrunner HD
Take Arms
Train Frontier Express
Cute Things Dying Violently
Doom and Destiny
Battle High: San Bruno

Community is requested! From Monday, August 1st – Sunday August 14th, fans will have the opportunity to choose two (2) titles that they would like to see as part of the promotion on any of the remaining candidates from the IGSU entries page. Voting will take place on the IGSU Facebook page. Winners will be announced during the #IGSU Twitter chat.

The #IGSU Twitter Chat will be held on Tuesday Aug 16th – 9PM EST, and the gaming community will have the ability to speak directly with the developers, organizers, and journalists in a roundtable style chat. As mentioned before, the two winners from the fan vote will be announced at this time as well.

Indie Games Uprising Summer Schedule:
August 1st – August 15th: Community voting for 2 additional titles they would most like to play
Tues Aug 16th – 9PM EST: IGSU Developer Twitter chat, community winners announced
August 22nd – September 2nd: Promotion and release of 8 developer and 2 community voted titles
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