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Thirteen games, chosen by a panel of experts, received top honors at the 2011 IndieCade Conference Festival.

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Thirteen games, chosen by a panel of experts, received top honors at the 2011 IndieCade Conference Festival. FEZ, created by Polytron Corporation, was awarded the Grand Jury Award. IndieCade recognizes superior examples of story development, visual, technological, audio and all-around independent game titles as well as a creator who has greatly contributed to the independent gaming field.


Eleven of the winners, including the Grand Jury Award were announced at the Red Carpet awards show, sponsored by LG Electronics, on Thursday, Oct. 6. On Sunday night, Oct. 9, GameFly, a supporting sponsor, hosted the closing party where the Audience and Developer Choice Awards were announced.

Stephanie_Barish_CEO_IndieCade wrote: 2011 was a great year for the indie gaming community, which continues to grow and change by leaps and bounds. This year's submissions reflected the incredible diversity and innovation we have seen growing over the four years of IndieCade. The nominees and winners represent the best aspects of independent games.

The game and developer winners this year are:

Grand Jury Award

FEZ, Polytron Corporation

THE FIFTH OF NOVEMBER TGIFF

The award distinguishes the game that cultivates artistry and embodies complete passion for game development. This year the jury chose from 36 game finalists from 14 different countries.

LG Mobile Innovative Game Award

Hungry Hungry UFOs, Asher Vollmer, Sam Farmer and Ben Bharier

The nominees for this award were brought together and established the prototypes for consideration at the IndieCade 3D Mobile Game Jam, presented and sponsored by LG Mobile.

Visuals sponsored by Nvidia

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

Audio

Proteus, Ed Key

Impact sponsored by G4

Johann Sebastian Joust, Douglas Wilson and Friends

Interaction

Ordnungswissenschaft, Till Wittwer, Marek Plichta and Jakob Penca

Game Design

Deepak Fights Robots, Tom Sennett

Technology sponsored by Transgaming

Johann Sebastian Joust, Douglas Wilson and Friends

Story/ World Design sponsored by BBC Worldwide

FEZ, Polytron Corp.

Special Recognition

The Swapper, Facepalm Games

Cave Vacuum

It's a game specially selected by the Jury for being a stand-out game, but not one that could fit into any other category very well.

The Trailblazers Award

Megan Gaiser

Developers Choice Award

Way, Coco & Co (Carnegie Mellon)

Audience Choice Award

The Depths to Which I Sink, Bigpants

For more information, visit Indiecade.com

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dafishanator
dafishanator - - 560 comments

Superbrothers is a WICKED good game!!!

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Jerikøh
Jerikøh - - 298 comments

The Swapper & Superbrothers are the best!

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SolidFake
SolidFake - - 1,200 comments

congratulations!

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jjawinte
jjawinte - - 5,067 comments

Wow ! Some outstanding looking stuff ! Grat's to all.

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Sph!nx
Sph!nx - - 722 comments

Yes, congratulations to all. Keep it up!

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wolfbrother9393
wolfbrother9393 - - 98 comments

It was awesome meeting you there! Congratulations and good luck -- I can't wait to find that hidden island you talked about!

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