Some Of This Year’s Indie Games Will Come To Steam Next Year

For the last few years, titles nominated for the Independent Games Festival’s various awards have been amongst the best digitally playable experiences in the preceding 12 months. But, as good as some of these games are, they haven’t all been as lucky as, say, Fez, which was able to make it to a wide release.

That’s why the news that finalists in the 2013 IGF Awards competition will have the option of accepting a Steam distribution deal is impressive. Every game that winds up as a finalist in the IGF’s Main Competition categories — the Seumas McNally Grand Prize, Excellence In Design, Excellence In Art, Excellence In Narrative, Technical Excellence, Excellence in Audio and the Nuovo Award — could wind up on Valve’s virtual storefront. Finalists will be named in January and it’s a safe bet that some of those games will be there already. But for the ones that aren’t yet, it’s a clever nod of recognition that will also insure people can buy and play some great games.

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