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Winner revealed for 2BeeGames' 2nd Indie Game Competition


3:40 PM on 12.03.2009
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The winner has been chosen for 2BeeGames' 2nd Indie Game Competition! Why should you care? Because the winning game, Climb to the Top of the Castle is A) quite a bit of fun and B) earned a publishing deal with Zoo Games.

Additionally, developer TwO Bros. Games received $10,000 in hard cash for its efforts, and community favorite Vector Conflict: The Siege got a sweet $5,000 in prize money. Right now, there's a poll asking for which platforms you'd like to see Climb to the Top of the Castle appear on.

As expected, Xbox LIVE Arcade and PlayStation Network have gained the most support. It'll be cool to see this success story flesh out, no doubt about it. Oh, and major congrats to the two winners!






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