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Cerebral Pop's 2010 Indie Game Round-Up

It's official: indie games are now an important part of today's pop culture. It cannot be denied.

Every day -- whether it's on their smartphones or on their favorite websites -- people who have no idea that an independent video game movement even exists play indie games. This has made the games industry reconsider the "wild" notion that a video game developed by one or two guys in their spare time -- and offered freely through the web -- can be played by thousands upon thousands of people.

So the Cerebral Pop staff decided to take a look back at some of their favorite indie games of 2010. How many of them did you play?

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RogueCheddar2893d ago

Minecraft is a great example of this.