This year's Global Top Round (GTR) 2021 was held in Singapore, with 10 studios selected for its indie accelerator programme.
Entries were whittled down from 375 to just 22, before the final selection of 10 that will go on to take part in a six-month accelerator programme to help give their game the extra push it needs to bring the development process to the next level. In order to have applied to GTR 2021, studios must have completed at least 60 per cent of their game, meaning that each of the titles were almost in full working order.
PCGamesInsider.biz had the pleasure of attending the event in-person to chat with the studios and see their games in action. See our earlier coverage for five things we learned at this year's GTR.
From an open-world RPG based on Russian folklore to a room full of rampaging cats, here are the 10 studios and their respective games that were selected this year...
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