IndieCade 2010 award winners announced

Last night's IndieCade 2010 awards ceremony recognized some of the best independently-developed games released over the past year, as well as Tim Schafer, who was not released over the past year. The full list of winners can be found after the jump.

You're probably familiar with some of them, provided your gaming tastes wander off the beaten path -- there's Playdead's haunting platformer Limbo, Ian Bogost's Atari 2600 gem A Slow Year, and Steph Thirion iPhone title Faraway, which won something called the "Sublime Experience Award." We're sure the other honors are just as prestigious, but that's the best name for an award we've ever heard.
  • Gameplay Innovation Award: Continuity
  • Technological Innovation Award: Miegakure
  • Sound Award: Limbo
  • World and Story Award: Games of Nonchalance
  • Documentary Award: The Cat and the Coup
  • Aesthetics Award: Spirits
  • Sublime Experience Award: Faraway
  • Fun and Compelling Award: VVVVVV
  • Wild Card Award: B.U.T.T.O.N.
  • Trailblazer Award: Tim Schafer
  • Virtuoso Award: A Slow Year
  • Vanguard Award: A Slow Year
  • Jury Award: Groping in the Dark

This article was originally published on Joystiq.