Hotline Miami, Chivalry and FTL are just some of the highlighted gems in IndieDB’s third annual top 100 indie game list. The shortlist champions the cream of the independent scene and public voting is now open to determine this year’s ultimate winner. Get involved now below.
IndieDB’s ’2012 Indie of the Year Award’ covers the top 100 indie titles released in the past 12 months, but there can only be one ultimate winner. Terraria and Minecraft are the last two winners, but you can have an impact on who places top this year.
Voting for the top winner has begun now and is open until January 1st. All you have to do is find your favourite indie game from IndieDB’s top 100 list and vote for them.
The site is also running its 2012 Mod of the Year Awards, and you can vote for that as well. Shortlisted mods include DayZ and Black Mesa.
So, who would you like to win? Who deserves the title of top indie? Let us know below.