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Can you dig it? 2011 IGF Audience Award voting now open


6:30 PM on 01.31.2011
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Perhaps you saw the finalists for the 2011 Independent Games Festival, and your game of choice didn't get the props you feel it deserved. Well, now is your chance to have an impact. Voting is now open for the Audience Award, and will remain so until February 18 at midnight PST.

All Main Competition finalists are eligible for the award, so you've certainly got a tough decision ahead of you. At the moment, I'm leaning toward Super Crate Box, but that could easily change by the time you read this post. So many tremendous games.

What are you voting for, and why?

IGF 2011 Audience Award Opens Voting [GameSetWatch]






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