The winners of the IndieCade 2012 are a diverse group, the kind of groundbreaking games many of us would realistically never hear about were it not for the awards. Hopefully, you'll be curious enough to investigate further. Here's the breakdown:
If you only check out one of these, make it Unmanned, as it's playable in your browser and won't take long to get through. I've come to appreciate that life as a drone pilot is rough. In addition to the winners, the brand new IndieCade East was revealed. That's happening February 16-17, 2013 in New York City's Museum of the Moving Image.
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