IGF Audience Award: Vote for your favourite indie!

Voting has officially opened for this year’s Independent Games Festival Audience Award. Just like previous years, you can vote for any game that’s listed as a finalist, rather than simply the ones which have public PC demos.

The move – a recent initiative – addresses the fact that many indie games these days are put on show at public events but not published for download elsewhere, are released for other operating systems, or never quite make it out of beta.

Antichamber, from Demruth

Finalist in this year's IGF Audience Award: Antichamber

So – what’s up?
Head to the IGF Audience Award page and download the games or demos that you would like to check out (some are available for purchase, if you’re feeling generous). Then, once you’ve taken a look, it’s time to vote for your favourite!

To make your vote count, you’ll need to verify your opinion by following an emailed link.

You’ve got a couple of weeks to get your indie on – voting closes at midnight PST on February 19th – but there’s a metric bucketload of games here to play through (honestly, too many to list here), so don’t wait too long!

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