Everyone loves indie games. They're cheap, crazy and addictive, and there's not a besuited marketing man in sight. For the few independent games that make it big, fame and fortune (of sorts) await. After all, Chris Sawyer created Rollercoaster Tycoon all by himself, and these days he sleeps on a bed made of c-notes and gold. Broadband has made it cheaper and easier than ever before to distribute indie games, but even harder to get your voice heard in the crowd. Here are PC Gamer's top ten tips for cracking the independent games market.