Indie Game: The Movie download date announced

Coming to iTunes, Steam next month.

Award-winning documentary Indie Game: The Movie will be released for download on 12th June worldwide.

You'll be able to nab it from iTunes, Steam and at IndieGameTheMovie.com, where you can also pre-order the Blu-ray and DVD.

The film follows the development of Super Meat Boy, details the protracted development and legal troubles surrounding Fez and offers personal interviews with creators.

Included are chats with Team Meat's outspoken Edmund McMillen and Tommy Refenes, Fez creator Phil Fish and Braid creator Johnathan Blow.

Watch a trailer below:

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