IndieCade East was held this weekend at the Museum of the Moving Image in Queens, New York. There were panels and exhibitions targeted at indie game developers but, for people who just want to play games, the third floor of the museum was been transformed into a “Strange Arcade” where a bizarre menagerie of interactive installations awaited. Many of these were designed around unique controllers that are intended to provide genre-defying experiences, like virtual dog butt sniffing, a Sleep Paralysis simulator, and a vagina-shaped control pad with a reset button exactly where you’d expect. Continue reading at Geek.com.
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