The grand prize winner of DICE's 2012 Indie Game Challenge is Closure, a puzzle-platformer developed by Eyebrow Interactive that lets players manipulate light and shadow. The game's developers took home a $100,000 Grand Prize. Puzzle-platformer The Bridge and procedurally-generated musical shooter Symphony won two awards each. Nitronic Rush won the Gamers Choice award, an award chosen by fans.
The list of winners, along with their cash awards, are listed below. You can learn more about each game by checking out the official IGC site.
Grand Prize ($100,000): Closure by Eyebrow Interactive
Technical Achievement ($2,500): Symphony by Empty Clip Studios
Achievement in Art Direction ($2,500): The Bridge by Ty Taylor and Mario Castaneda
Achievement in Gameplay ($2,500): The Bridge by Ty Taylor and Mario Castaneda
GameStop PC Digital Download Award: Symphony by Empty Clip Studios
Gamer's Choice Award – Voted on by the Public ($2,500): Nitronic Rush by Team Nitronic