The Australian Centre for the Moving Image (ACMI) has brought back its "Best Of The Independent Games Festival" exhibition and is inviting anyone interested in video games to play nine IGF 2009 winners and finalists for free at the Sydney Opera House from August 5-8 (10AM to 10PM).

The independent titles available to play include Q-Games' PixelJunk Eden, Erik Svedang's Blueberry Garden, Rudolf Kremers and Alex May's Eufloria, KranX Productions's Musaic Box, Amanita Design's Machinarium, Nicalis' Night Sky, Digital Eels' Brainpipe, Data Realms' Cortex Command, and Tale of Tales' The Graveyard.

The Best Of The IGF exhibit is running alongside the Sydney Opera House's Graphic event, which will feature reading by celebrated author Neil Gaiman for his unreleased story "The Truth Is A Cave In The Black Mountains" tomorrow night, a screening of Akira with a live score performed by Regurgitator, and more!

You can read more about the IGF exhibit and Graphic on the Sydney Opera House's site.