IGF organizers have announced a third collaboration with the Australian Centre for the Moving Image (ACMI) in Melbourne to show a 'Best Of The Independent Games Festival' exhibition through February 2010.

The major Melbourne, Australia center for the public exhibition, display and preservation of Australian and international screen content, located in Federation Square, is beginning the exhibition starting Tuesday, 8th December 2009.

The exhibit features a selection of playable finalists from the most recent 2009 Independent Games Festival competition (created by Think Services, as is this website), and the games that can be played for free include:

Blueberry Garden (Erik Svedang)
Machinarium (Amanita Design)
Brainpipe (Digital Eel)
Musaic Box (KranX Productions)
Cortex Command (Data Realms)
Osmos (Hemisphere Games)
Pixeljunk Eden (Q-Games)
The Graveyard (Tale of Tales)
Night Sky [formerly Night Game] (Nicalis)
Eufloria (Alex May and Rudolf Kremers)

The exhibition is open from 10am to 6pm, admission is free, and the 'Best Of The Independent Games Festival' exhibit will run until the 14th of February 2010.

Interested parties can watch the exhibition trailer on ACMI's official site, as well as visit the 'Best of the Independent Games Festival 2009' information site at the institution's website.