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Twelve Indie Game Challenge Finalists Named; Winners of More Than $350,000 Prizes To Be Announced February 11th at the D.I.C.E. Summit

DALLAS CALABASAS, Calif. Jan. 20, 2011 Southern Methodist University SMU February 11th Las Vegas Adam Sessler

Adam Sessler

$350,000

  • $100,000
  • $50,000 SMU
  • $30,000
  • $10,000
  • $7,500

In addition to monetary awards and industry recognition, all 12 finalists have the unique opportunity to pursue potential commercial avenues for their games while at the D.I.C.E. Summit and also will be provided a full pass to the exclusive gathering.  The IGC founders also arrange private face-to-face meetings between the finalists and video game executives from such top publishers and developers as Sony, Nintendo, Electronic Arts, Capcom, Microsoft, THQ, Ubisoft and others.  

Jim Greer

The 12 finalists include:

Non-Professional Category (Team/game)

  • Hazard: The Journey of Life
  • One Man Down Solace
  • Subsonic
  • Inertia
  • Q.U.B.E.
  • Symon

Professional Category (Team/game)

  • Vanessa Saint-Pierre Delacroix And Her Nightmare
  • Fortix 2
  • LIMBO
  • Monaco
  • Spirits
  • Confetti Carnival

Finalists from last year’s inaugural IGC have experienced major success, allowing them to successfully break into the video game industry.  A list of milestones from last year’s winners and finalists include:

  • Cogs Europe
  • Brightside Games zeit(2) January 12, 2011
  • Dreamside Maroon
  • Fieldrunners Steve Jobs
  • Gear $100,000
  • Galactic Arms Race $50,000 SMU August 2010
  • Aaaah!

www.IndieGameChallenge.com

About the Indie Game Challenge

$350,000 SMU www.indiegamechallenge.com www.interactive.org www.gamestop.com http://guildhall.smu.edu

[email protected] Ron Jenkins SMU www.guildhall.smu.edu Debby Chen [email protected]

Southern Methodist University

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