We submitted our game The Uncertain on IGF Competition 2016.
The Uncertain – page on IGF.
The main 2016 IGF Competition will give out eight major awards:
Seumas McNally Grand Prize ($30,000)
Excellence in Visual Art ($3,000)
Excellence in Audio ($3,000)
Excellence in Design ($3,000)
Excellence in Narrative ($3,000)
Nuovo Award ($5,000)
Best Student Game ($3,000)
Audience Award ($3,000)
There will be six specifically named finalists for each award, apart from the eight finalists for the Nuovo Award. Finalists will be named in January 2016. All finalists will be given free show passes and will be invited to the IGF award ceremony at GDC 2016, showcasing their games on the IGF Pavilion at the show.
The IGF Audience Award will be voted via public Web-based poll from the finalists in all categories.
The IGF competition has a diverse set of judges which includes representatives from the mainstream game industry, notable previous IGF winners and finalists, other independent game developers, and indie-friendly game journalists.
The main 250-300 jury members recommend titles for individually named IGF juries for each prize, made up of context and discipline experts.
Key IGF Dates
Here are specific submission deadlines for the 2016 event:
|July 31, 2015||Submissions are Open|
|October 26, 2015||Submission Deadline|
|Early January, 2016||Finalists Announced|
|March 14 – March 18, 2016||Game Developers Conference 2016|
|March 14 – March 15, 2016||Indie Games Summit @ GDC|
|March 16 – March 18, 2016||IGF Pavilion @ GDC|
|March 16, 2016||IGF Awards Ceremony (Winners Announced!)|
We want to take Seumas McNally Grand Prize.
More detail on website – IGF.