Small games go big, really big, at Gamescom

The Indie Megabooth is now an international star with its premiere exhibition at Gamescom 2014 in Cologne, Germany. The booth is bigger than ever and surrounded by the largest crowd of any gaming convention, traditionally topping out at more than 300,000 visitors.

Indie Megabooth's Gamescom lineup comprises 34 developers and their games, including Capy's Below and Super Time Force, League of Geeks' Armello, Bedtime Digital Games' Back to Bed, QCF Design's Desktop Dungeons, Amplitude Studios' Dungeon of the Endless and Endless Legend, Abbey Games' Renowned Explorers, Two Tribes' Rive, Croteam's The Talos Principle, Rocketcat's Wayward Souls and Schulenberg Software UG's Where is My Heart?

The Megabooth is surrounded by people, but also other, louder booths – apologies for the scratchiness of the audio (and the yelling) in our overview video from the show floor. The area surrounding the Megabooth is covered in DJ booths playing the sounds of 100 trash compactors on full, bumping blast. Or so it seems. Check out a super cool view of the Gamescom Indie Megabooth at 0:17 in our video.