Minecraft, Amnesia Win Big at IGF Awards

Frictional Games’ survival horror game, Amnesia: The Dark Descent, was honored with three awards at the IGF awards last night in San Francisco. Amnesia won awards for Excellence in Audio, Technical Excellence, and the $10,000 Direct2Drive Vision award.

Mojang’s indie hit Minecraft took home the biggest honor of the night – the Seumas McNally Grand Prize. Minecraft also won the audience award – chosen by votes at IGF.com.

The IGF Nuovo Award went to Messhof for the low-res fencing simulation Nidhogg.

Below is a full list of 2011 IGF Award Winners:

Best Student Game: Fract by Richard E Flanagan

Excellence in Design: Desktop Dungeons by QCF Design

Technical Excellence: Amnesia: The Dark Descent by Frictional Games

Best Mobile Game: Helsing’s Fire by Ratloop

Excellence in Visual Art: Bit.Trip Runner by Gaijin Games

Excellence in Audio: Amnesia: The Dark Descent by Frictional Games

Direct2Drive Vision Award: Amnesia: The Dark Descent by Frictional Games

Audience Award: Minecraft by Mojang

IGF Nuovo Award Nidhogg by Messhof

Seumas McNally Grand Prize: Minecraft by Mojang

Source: Gamasutra

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