The Spooky and inventive Xbox Live platformer Limbo from Playdead studios took home the award for best professional game at this year’s Indie Challenge, receiving over $100,000 in total prize money from the game’s sponsors.

Even at the awards ceremony, Playdead’s Dino Patti refused to elaborate on the game’s vague story to host Adam Sessler.

Xbox Live Indie Game Inertia won the prize for best non professional game.

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