Indiecade Winners

October 18th, 2011 by

It’s the holiday season, so games are coming fast and furious. Some of the best stuff isn’t produced by AAA developers, though. Indiecade, an independent games festival, Is there in the autumn months to remind you which games deserve watching, whether they have millions in their advertising budgets or not.

Actually, unlike GDC, Indiecade would prefer that you didn’t have a huge budget.

Thirteen games were chosen by a panel of experts for honors at this year’s festival, and these are games to watch. Some are finished, some are polished, and some are a little bit bizarre. So pick a category to suit your interests, and you may find a game to love.

Grand Jury Award
FEZ (Polytron Corporation)

Innovative Game Award
Hungry Hungry UFOs (Asher Vollmer, Sam Farmer and Ben Bharier)

Superbrothers: Sword & Sworcery EP (Superbrothers, Capybara Games, Jim Guthrie)

Proteus (Ed Key)

Johann Sebastian Joust (Douglas Wilson and Friends)

Ordnungswissenschaft (Till Wittwer, Marek Plichta and Jakob Penca)

Game Design
Deepak Fights Robots (Tom Sennett)

Johann Sebastian Joust (Douglas Wilson and Friends)

FEZ (Polytron Corporation)

Special Recognition
The Swapper (Facepalm Games)

Developers Choice Award
Way (Coco & Co)

Audience Choice Award
The Depths to Which I Sink (Bigpants)

You can find all the finalists at the Indiecade main site.


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