BFIG 2016 Tickets Now on Sale

BFIG 2016 Tickets Now on Sale

Tickets for the 2016 Boston Festival of Indie Games are now officially on sale.

This year Boston FIG will be happening on September 10th at the Johnson Athletic Center at MIT.

The Boston Festival of Indie Games is a fantastic, one day festival, which showcases indie games in many different stages of development. You can be sure that we will be there this year, talking to indie game developers and looking at the games they’re showing off!



The Boston Festival of Indie Games will showcase dozens of curated digital and tabletop games. The festival strives to create an inclusive environment where creators and players can exchange ideas, learn, and play. We welcome games enthusiasts of all ages and from all backgrounds, including newcomers, diehard video gamers, students, families and anyone who is curious about the world of indie gaming.

With casual digital games, colorful and fast-paced puzzle challenges, wild and wacky card games, and so much more, the Boston Festival of Indie Games has it all! Attendees can interact with creators in-person and cast their vote for this year’s digital and tabletop Audience Choice Award winners. Meet the best and brightest minds in the indie games scene – and maybe even play some games.

Since the Boston Festival of Indie Games launched in 2012, the annual gathering has continued to grow and expand, reflecting the region’s thriving indie games community. Last year’s festival brought together over 4,000 attendees from throughout New England and across the country and this year’s gathering aims to attract an even larger turnout.

The Boston Festival of Indie Games is open to the public and will take place at the Johnson Athletic Center at MIT in Cambridge, MA on Saturday, September 10th, 2016.

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Editor-in-Chief of With a soft spot for epics, sagas and tales of all types, Jacob approaches games as ways to tell stories. He's particularly interested in indie games because of the freedom they have to tell different stories, often in more interesting and innovative ways than Triple A titles.