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IGF receives record entry numbers for 2010

Organisation sees over 300 submissions, many from leading indie developers

Next year's Independent Games Festival will play host to a record number of submissions, with the organisers announcing entries were up 35 per cent to 306 in total.

Finalists, which will be judged by 150 industry figures, will be announced in January and the winners revealed during GDC 2010, taking place in San Francisco in March.

According to a statement, many of the entries "were created by leading independent game developers," with former winners featuring titles such as Darwinia and World of Goo.

There will be almost USD 50,000 in prizes up for grabs, including the Seumas McNally Grand Prize of USD 20,000.

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