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Hack 'n' Slash has penetrated IndieCade 2014 awards


Hack ‘n’ Slash, Brandon Dillon and #DoubleFine’s adventure that pushes players to solve problems via hacking and tweaking variables, has penetrated IndieCade 2014’s databases to grant itself the #GrandJuryAward. Indie Game Reviewer’s recollection of the ceremony’s winners notes additional victories, including the Twitch chat-driven Choice Chamber, which won the Technology Award, and the comic book-style noir adventure Framed, which won the Visual Design Award.Alex Rigopulos, CEO of Rock Band series creator Harmonix, was also awarded the Indiecade Trailblazer Award, with N++ earning the Special Recognition Award.

Hack ‘n’ Slash follows 2013’s Grand Jury Award winner, Quadrilateral Cowboy, which beat out Towerfall, Nidhogg, Gone Home and Kentucky Route Zero (all of which still earned alternative recognition).

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