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2010 IGF Student Showcase winners may blow your mind


Here's the moment some of you (and myself) have been desperately awaiting: the ten Student Showcase winners for the 2010 Independent Games Festival, plus a slew of honorable mentions, have been published. Here are the winning games:

Prior to seeing who got the top honors, I was only truly familiar with Igneous and Continuity. Both are great games, and deserve to place. But then there's Devil's Tuning Fork and Paper Cakes. Allow me to keep this brief, because I'm dying to go see what those two are all about.

This fine collection of indie wares will be playable at GDC 2010, where we'll likely have someone -- Anthony, most likely -- walking the show floor to get a closer look at all of this neat stuff.

2010 IGF Reveals Student Showcase Winners [IGF]

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