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2006 - Grand prize winner Darwinia gets both digital distribution via Valve's Steam system and U.S. retail distribution from new indie label Cinemaware Marquee.

2005 - Multi award-winner Alien Hominid receives publishing deals in the U.S. (via O3 Publishing) and Europe(via Zoo Digital), much critical acclaim, and even spawns a mobile version.

2005 - Fan favorite N wins the audience award. N+ is currently announced as in development for Xbox 360 Live Arcade, Nintendo DS, and Sony PSP.

2004 - Innovative casual strategy game Oasis wins the web/downloadable grand prize, going on to launch on major online portals the following year.

2003 - Super X Studios' Wild Earth, a photographic game based around a worldwide safari, takes multiple prizes and subsequently becomes a motion simulator ride.

2000 - Tread Marks, created by the late Seumas McNally, which the IGF's grand prize is now named after, wins 3 major awards.

1999 - Vicarious Visions, now a major handheld / console developer, honored for Terminus.

 
   
   
   
   
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
   
  Winners: 2004 IGF Open Category Competition  
   
  Seumas McNally Grand Prize: Savage: The Battle for Newerth  
   
  Innovation in Game Design: Bontãgo  
   
  Technical Excellence: Savage: The Battle for Newerth  
   
  Innovation in Audio: Anito: Defend A Land Enraged  
   
  Innovaton in Visual Art: Spartan
 
   
  Audience Award: Savage: The Battle for Newerth  
   
  AOL/Cartoon Network "Project Goldmaster" Award: Flashbang Studios
 
   
  Winners: 2004 IGF Web/Downloadable Competition  
   
  Seumas McNally Grand Prize: Oasis  
   
  Innovation in Game Design: Oasis  
   
  Technical Excellence: Yohoho! Puzzle Pirates  
   
  Innovation in Audio: Dr. Blob's Organism  
   
  Innovaton in Visual Art: Dr. Blob's Organism  
   
  Audience Award: Yohoho! Puzzle Pirates  
   
  Winners: 2004 IGF Student Showcase  
   
  IGF Student Showcase Winner: Dark Archon 2  
   
  IGF Student Showcase Winner: Fatal Traction  
   
  IGF Student Showcase Winner: Growbot  
   
  IGF Student Showcase Winner: Hexvex  
   
  IGF Student Showcase Winner: Hyperbol  
   
  IGF Student Showcase Winner: Ice Wars  
   
  IGF Student Showcase Winner: Kube Kombat  
   
  IGF Student Showcase Winner: Scrapped  
   
  IGF Student Showcase Winner: Treefort Wars  
   
  IGF Student Showcase Winner: Xazzon  
   
   
  Finalists: 2004 IGF Open Category Competition  
   
 
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  2. Anito: Defend A Land Enraged
  3. Bontago
  4. Facade
  5. Fashion Cents
  6. Fuzzee Teevee
  7. Savage: The Battle for Newerth
  8. Spartan
  9. Starshatter
  10. Take Command: 1861 The Civil War
 
   
 

Finalists: 2004 IGF Web/Downloadable Competition

 
   
 
  1. AlphaQUEUE
  2. Beesly's Buzzwords
  3. Billiard Boxing
  4. Chomp! Chomp! Safari
  5. Dr. Blob's Organism
  6. Dungeon Scroll
  7. Gish
  8. Oasis
  9. Space Station Manager
  10. Yohoho! Puzzle Pirates
 
   
 

 

 

 

 
 
 
 
 
     
 
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