'Dyad', 'Prom Week' and 'Guacamelee' among IndieCade finalists

The 2012 IndieCade Festival announced 36 finalists today that include a cross-section of independent developers from Australia, North America, Europe, and Asia.

The 2012 IndieCade Festival announced 36 finalists today that include a cross-section of independent developers from Australia, North America, Europe, and Asia.

The festival, now in its fifth year, received more than 500 submissions from developers around the world. These 500 submissions were then narrowed down to the top 36, which will be on show and playable at the IndieCade Festival from October 6-7 in Culver City, California.

"IndieCade was created to foster the development of, and highlight, the most innovative and entertaining independent games," explained Stephanie Barish, CEO of IndieCade. "We take pride in spotlighting tomorrow's hit indie game today. We also love giving festival attendees the opportunity to see these amazing titles."

Former IndieCade finalists include Braid, Fez, and Limbo. The full list of 2012's finalists can be viewed here.

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