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Founded in 1998, this year marks the Independent Games Festival Awards 15th annual show. Tonight's ceremony awarded and acknowledged some of the excellent independent games in the industry. Over 900 entries were submitted for consideration. With such fierce competition, who came out on top? One game made an impact harder than others though; can you guess which one? Check out the list of winners below to find out.
Excellence in Visual Art: Kentucky Route Zero
Nuovo Award: Cart Life
Excellence in Audio: 140
Excellence in Narrative: Cart Life
Technical Excellence: Little Inferno
Best Student Game: Zineth
Audience Award: FTL
Excellence in Design: FTL
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Congratulations to all the winners! It is really fantastic that there has been more opportunities for developers to be independent. It is a good sign of things to come.
Good to see FTL and Little Inferno win something. As for the rest, time for me to check em out.
FTL certainly deserved what it won.
Congrats to winners.
Great to see FTL get some awards, I just started playing it and it's been great so far.
This is grrrreat.
Great job to all the winners. I had a feeling FTL would win a lot. That's awesome
Cart Life? Really? There were so many better games. FTL was better!
WOOOOH! YEAH LITTLE INFERNO!!!
Quite nice, quite nice.