The 2013 IGF awards have wrapped up at GDC in San Francisco, with Richard Hofmeier and Cart Life
taking home the Seumas McNally Grand Prize of $30,000, the Nuovo Award for innovation, which snags $5,000, and the Excellence in Narrative award for $3,000. Cart Life
is a simulation game about the hard times facing food cart vendors in small-town, USA, and as demonstrated by the screenshot above, it's more dramatic than you may expect.
If you want to brag to your friends about playing the latest in hot indie games, you can pick it up on Steam now
for a sale price of $3.50.
Subset Games' space-based strategy game FTL: Faster Than Light
picked up two awards at IGF 2013, Excellence in Design and the Audience award. Kentucky Route Zero
and Cardboard Computer grabbed the Excellence in Visual Art award, 140
got the Audio prize and Little Inferno
is Technically Excellent, according to the IGF.
Check out the entire list of winners below. Congrats to all the winners!
Excellence in Visual Art ($3,000)
Kentucky Route Zero (Cardboard Computer)Nuovo Award ($5,000)
Cart Life (Richard Hofmeier)Excellence in Audio ($3,000)
140 (Jeppe Carlsen)Excellence in Narrative ($3,000)
Cart Life (Richard Hofmeier)Technical Excellence ($3,000)
Little Inferno (Tomorrow Corporation)Best Student Game ($3,000)
Zineth (Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute)Audience Award ($3,000)
FTL: Faster Than Light (Subset Games)Excellence in Design ($3,000)
FTL: Faster Than Light (Subset Games)Seumas McNally Grand Prize ($30,000)
Cart Life (Richard Hofmeier)