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'Minecraft', 'Amnesia' dominate IGF Awards

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A still from the game 'Minecraft'
The winners of the 13th Independent Games Festival have been announced.

Minecraft performed well by winning the 'Seumas McNally Grand Prize' and the 'Audience Award'.

However, it was Amnesia: The Dark Descent that scooped the most awards, winning 'Excellence In Audio', 'Technical Excellence' and the 'Direct2Drive Vision' gong.

Elsewhere, Desktop Dungeons won 'Excellence In Design' and Helsing's Fire was named as the 'Best Mobile Game'.

The winners in full:

Seumas McNally Grand Prize: Minecraft by Mojang
Nuovo Award: Nidhogg by Messhof
Excellence in Visual Art: BIT.TRIP RUNNER by Gaijin Games
Excellence in Audio: Amnesia: The Dark Descent by Frictional Games
Excellence in Design: Desktop Dungeons by QCF Design
Best Student Game: FRACT by University of Montreal
Technical Excellence: Amnesia: The Dark Descent by Frictional Games
Best Mobile Game: Helsing's Fire Ratloop
Audience Award: Minecraft by Mojang
Direct2Drive Vision Award: Amnesia: The Dark Descent by Frictional Games

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