2013 IndieCade Award winners revealed!

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The Jury is out for the 2013 IndieCade awards. More than 850 games from all over the world were submitted, and IndieCade has announced the winners- games and developers that have turned out examples of superior game design, storytelling, aesthetics, and several other categories. This year included two new awards, the Media Choice Award, which is given to the game that most media members chose as their favorite, and The Trailblazer Award, which is given to the newcomer (relatively speaking) who has used their games in the most innovative and original ways.

If you're at all interested in game design, the art of gaming, or just love the crazy, beautiful, intellectually challenging stuff that indies are coming up with these days, you need to look through all of the games on this list. You owe it to yourself and the people who make them.

After the jump, see the full list of award winners and links for more information on the games and their developers.
The game and developer winners this year are:

Grand Jury Award: Quadrilateral Cowboy – Blendo Games

Visuals: Kentucky Route Zero – Cardboard Computer

Audio: Gone Home – The Fullbright Company

Impact: Dog Eat Dog – Liwanag Press

Interaction: Spaceteam – Henry Smith


Technology: Spin the Bottle: Bumpie’s Party – KnapNok Games & Redgrim

Story/ World Design: Kentucky Route Zero – Cardboard Computer

Special Recognition: Porpentine’s Twine Compilation – Porpentine

The Trailblazers Award: Tracy Fullerton

Game Changer Award: Anna Anthropy

Developers Choice Award: Killer Queen Arcade –  Joshua DeBonis & Nikita Mikros

Audience Choice Award: Slash Dash –  Nevernaut

Media Choice Award: TowerFall – Matt Makes Games
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