Thursday, 27 December 2012

2012 Indie of the Year (according to IndieDB & ModDB)

2012 INDIE OF THE YEAR
After 20 days of voting, it is time to unveil the ultimate winner

Melbourne - December 27, 2012 - After 20 days of voting, during which time 78,000+ votes were logged and 6,000 indie games were narrowed down to a top 100, we can now announce the 2012 Indie of the Year. It has the great honor of joining previous victors Minecraft and Terraria. And the winner is:

In the 11th Annual Mod of the Year event, a staggering 132,000+ votes were logged with an incredibly tight fight occurring due to two of the most popular mods ever Black Mesa and DayZ. And the winner is:

Finally, in our experimental first ever App of the Year event, 4,000 votes were logged, with the ultimate battle being who can edge out the amazing popularity of Minecraft Pocket Edition. And the winner is:

About IndieDB
Indie games are changing the world, one giant pixel at a time. Indie DB supports independent developers and their games, by providing them with a place to showcase their hard work (in-progress or complete) to fans seeking original gaming experiences. For more information please visit http://www.indiedb.com

About ModDB
Mod DB is the premiere online community that unites developers, players and their ideas, empowering them to shape the games we play. Mods provide new and exciting options for gamers, and Mod DB is the largest website for players and developers who want to create and play something different. For more information please visit http://www.moddb.com

About SlideDB
Mobile and tablet games have opened up a new world of gaming anywhere and everywhere you want. You can slide, tap, shake and play all manner of games from family friendly educational titles to adventurous classics. On Slide DB we give developers a community they can share their ideas with and showcase the work they are doing, beyond the basic app stores and the highly contested "top charts". For more information please visit http://www.slidedb.com




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