Indie World Order & HELM Systems
IWOCon Available on:
Release: March 26th, 2021
Event: March 26 – April 2nd
IWOCon 2021 is a free indie game convention based on a stylized pirate theme. There is a collection of islands, each island hosting several booths. Conference attendees can select their avatar & travel around these islands, where they can explore different booths, watch trailers, get information on games and products, enter giveaways, & engage in extra activities, all while having a bit of light-hearted, pirate-themed fun!
IWOCon will also feature free speaker & streaming activities through Twitch & Steam locations.
Stylized pirate-themed digital conference, built in the powerful Unreal Engine 4
Visit virtual booths from the comfort of your home
Gain access to hundreds of indie games’ media, storefronts, social media and more
Visit booths to enter amazing giveaways
Attend in 3rd or 1st person with a stylized pirate avatar of choice
Enjoy fun side activities and mini-games including pirate ship sailing, cannon firing, a metal concert and more
Download an accompanying FREE Pirate Themed soundtrack DLC on Steam from various musicians
Attend live streams and presentations between March 26th and April 2nd
All available for FREE
Indie World Order is an international, online community of independent game developers, publishers, artists and content creators. It started off as an online movement, and evolved into an organized community. It incorporated in 2021, and its purpose is to continue to support all game developers, artists and content creators and overall help the creative community grow and pursue its aspirations. IWOCon 2021 is Indie World Order’s version of a digital conference, allowing independent publishers, developers, and other creatives to demonstrate their games & services, in a fun and original way. This first edition of the IWOCon is entirely free for both exhibitors and attendees, and all the parties involved in its development are contributing voluntarily. IWOCon 2021 will be freely distributed over Steam, and is being developed in Unreal Engine 4.
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