If you're around the Austin area and not headed to Los Angeles this weekend, make sure to stop by at Juegos Rancheros, the gaming get-together organized by local Austin indie developers in partnership with Fantastic Arcade.

Kicking off at The Highball around 4PM this Sunday, the free meet-up will have games playable to the public, like "psychedelic iPad adventure game" Thunderbeam, a Kickstarter-funded collaboration between director Wiley Wiggins, Bob Sabiston (Inchworm), and The Octopus Project -- all of whom will be in attendance giving presentations and signing posters.

Juegos Rancheros #2 will also have the stateside debut of a PlayStation Move-enhanced version for Johann Sebastian Joust, a "tree-player slow-motion baroque dueling game" from Copenhagen Game Collective (IGF Nuovo finalist B.U.T.T.O.N.). IGF chairman and Juegos Rancheros pitchman Brandon Boyer calls it the most amazing thing he's played this year!

You can RSVP for Juegos Rancheros #2 here, and find more info on the official blog. Don't forget to bring your Nintendo 3DS for StreetPasses!