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Reminder: IGF Audience Award voting ends February 19th
Reminder: IGF Audience Award voting ends February 19th
February 16, 2012 | By Staff

February 16, 2012 | By Staff
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More: Indie, Design, Business/Marketing, IGF



Organizers of the 2012 Independent Games Festival have issued a reminder noting that public voting for this year's Audience Award closes February 19.

As in previous years, voters can select any game chosen as a finalist in the festival, as opposed to just those with public PC demos. Many of the finalists without demos have been playable at other indie game events, or have Beta or other OS versions that many indie game fans may have already played.

To cast a vote or to learn more, visit the IGF Audience Award page, which offers more info on all of the eligible titles (each has been marked whether there's a version for you to purchase or otherwise download).

After voting and inputting an email address, participants need to verify their votes by clicking on a link sent to their email. Voting remains open until Sunday, February 19th at midnight PST.

The winner of the Audience Award will be announced Wednesday, March 7 during the Independent Games Festival Awards ceremony at GDC 2012 in San Francisco.


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