Last night, IndieDB.com wrapped up the nominations phase of its 2012 Player’s Choice Indie of the Year awards and have narrowed the field to the top 100 games. The IndieDB community has voted throughout the beginning of December for their favorites, and these top 100 titles now go on to the next round of voting, scheduled to last for the next 10 days.

IndieDB.com started their Player’s Choice Indie of the Year award in 2010. After successive rounds of voting by the public, Mojang AB’s Minecraft won the inaugural award. The 2011 winner, Terraria, by RE-LOGIC, edged out Mode 7 Games’ Frozen Synapse to become the second annual Player’s Choice Award recipient.

In addition to the Player’s Choice for Indie of the Year for best game, IndieDB.com will also award several Editor’s Choice awards celebrating the best indie games of 2012. See the top 100, cast your vote, and follow the scoreboard at http://www.indiedb.com/events/2012-indie-of-the-year-awards.

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John Fuller is a TechZwn.com reporter, video game player, speculative fiction reader, and overall lover of things geeky. He writes and games from Columbia, MD.

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