MomoCon Reveals Indie Game Awards Finalists

Twenty indie games have been chosen as finalists for the first annual MomoCon Indie Game Awards.

The awards are part of the MomoCon 2015 convention festivities with the ceremony taking place on Saturday, May 30.  Winners will receive a prize of $1,000, a 10×20 exhibit space and a dedicated panel at MomoCon 2016. Also included with the prizes are a glass trophy and placement in the MomoCon newsletter.

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Twenty finalists have been chosen from a pool of 120 games out of these twenty — listed below — five winners will be chosen

MomoCon kicks off Thursday May 28 and runs through Sunday May 31, 2015. Those unable to attend may still watch the awards ceremony live at 5PM EST on Twitch.

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