STALKER: Call of Chernobyl & Rimworld Win ModDB & IndieDB 2016 Awards


ModDB and IndieDB officialized their 2016 Awards for best mod and best indie game, respectively. It should be noted that in both cases, these were voted by gamers via poll.

With regards to ModDB's Awards, STALKER: Call of Chernobyl won the prize. Here's the Top 10:

10. Expanding Fronts (Star Wars: Galactic Battlegrounds)
9. RHS: Armed Forces of the Russian Federation (Arma 3)
8. Call of Warhammer: Beginning of The End Times (Medieval II: Total War: Kingdoms)
7. Divide and Conquer (Medieval II: Total War: Kingdoms)
6. Medieval Kingdoms Total War (Attila Version) (Total War: Attila)
5. Brutal Doom 64 (Doom II)
4. Thrawn's Revenge: Imperial Civil War (Star Wars: Empire at War: Forces of Corruption)
3. Hearts of Iron IV: The Great War (Hearts of Iron IV)
2. Enderal (Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim)
1. STALKER: Call of Chernobyl (STALKER: Call of Pripyat)

The following mods, on the other hand, received honorable mentions.

  • Edain Mod
  • Ultimate Apocalypse Mod (DOW SS)
  • Mental Omega
  • Rise of the Reds
  • A Clash of Kings (Game of Thrones)
  • Brutal Doom
  • Star Trek: Armada 3
  • Third Age - Total War
  • Republic at War
  • Project Reality: Battlefield 2
  • S.T.A.L.K.E.R. - Lost Alpha
  • Star Wars: Thrawn's Revenge II: Ascendancy
  • Sins of the Prophets
  • Twisted Insurrection
  • Sins of a Galactic Empire
  • Tiberium Essence
  • C&C: ShockWave
  • Crusader Kings 2: A Game of Thrones (CK2:AGOT)
  • Forgotten Hope 2
  • Warsword Conquest

Meanwhile, Rimworld won IndieDB's prize for best indie game. Here's the full Top 10 list:

10. Inside
9. Enter the Gungeon
8. Slime Rancher
7. Factorio
6. Firewatch
5. The Isle
4. Empyrion—Galactic Survival
3. Stardew Valley
2. Superhot
1. RimWorld

Space Engineers, Squad, Subnautica and Verdun were selected as honorable mentions for indie games.

We have our own Reader's Awards poll here on Wccftech and it's due to close tomorrow; while we don't have a category for mods, there's one for indie games.

Do you agree with the results of the polls on ModDB and IndieDB? Let us know in the comments section.