IndieCade 2013 winners include Quadrilateral Cowboy and Kentucky Route Zero

Cardboard Computer's Kentucky Route Zero won two categories at tonight's IndieCade 2013 awards, with Blendo Games' Quadrilateral Cowboy taking out The Grand Jury Award.

Out of 850 submissions, a total of 36 games were announced as IndieCade 2013 awards finalists last month. The finalists will be showcased amongst more than 120 games from exhibitors attending the event, such as Nintendo, PlayStation, Ouya and Oculus Rift.  Festival organizers and Second Life developer Linden Lab announced yesterday that IndieCade 2013 Festival finalists will be offered a global distribution agreement on digital distribution platform Desura.

The full list of winners are as follows:

The Grand Jury Award
Quadrilateral Cowboy - Blendo Games

The Trailblazer Award

Tracy Fullerton. Past winners include: Tim Schafer (2010), Megan Gaiser (2011) and Elan Lee (2012)

The Special Recognition Award

Porpentine's Twine Compilation - Porpentine

The Technology Award

Spin the Bottle: Bumpie's Party - KnapNok Games & Redgrim

The Interaction Award

Spaceteam - Henry Smith

The Game Design Award

NIDHOGG - MESSHOF

The Impact Award

Dog Eat Dog - Liwanag Press

The Story/Word Design Award

Kentucky Route Zero - Cardboard Computer

The Visual Design Award

Kentucky Route Zero - Cardboard Computer

The Audio Design Award

Gone Home - The Fullbright Company

The Developer's Choice Award, The Media Choice Award and The Audience Choice Award winners will be announced on Sunday at 5:00 p.m. PT during the Closing Awards at the IndieCade Village. IndieCade is  currently underway, running until Oct. 6 in Los Angeles. Polygon will be reporting from the show.

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