DIYGamer: "Culver City must be a very artsy city. For one thing, they’re hosting IndieCade with open arms. But most surprisingly, PCs were set up all over a fire station on Culver Blvd. (Did the fire department take the day off to attend IndieCade?) This was one of the locations where quite a few of the 32 finalists were on display, including VVVVVV, Miegakure, Socks, Inc. and the like. Among these finalists (and also potential winners) was Continuity.
Continuity received the Gameplay Innovation Award at IndieCade. Seeing as how platformers are a dime a dozen in this day and age, the team of four developers from Sweden and the U.S. (Elias Holmlid, Dmitri Kurteanu, Guy Lima Jr., and Stefan Mikaelsson) created an imaginative take on the platformer genre as a project for their course at Chalmers University of Technology, Gothenburg."