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Indie Game The Movie released digitally today


10:00 PM on 06.12.2012
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The acclaimed documentary film Indie Game: The Movie has officially released today as a digital download. We've talked quite a bit about the film in the past -- our pals at Flixist have a review for you -- but today is the day that it can be yours. You can purchase the film in a digital format directly from the filmmakers at their official site, rent or buy from iTunes or, in a first for the service, download the movie via Steam.

It seems like everybody I know has watched this movie and raved about it for months now. But as I haven't been to see a movie in a theater more than once in the last couple of years, I've been left out in the cold. No longer! I'm off to be enlightened!






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