IndiePub Games, an online community providing independent developers with tools/resources for creating games, announced the "Community Favorite" winner and the finalists for its third annual Independent Game Developers' Competition.

Presented by IndiePub Games and publisher Zoo Entertainment, the three-month competition promises invited developers to submit their titles for a chance to win cash prizes. The grand prize winner, which will receive $100,000 and a publishing deal with Zoo, will be revealed at the the Game Developers Conference Online in Austin on October 5.

IndiePub's online community chose Iranian developer Mahdi Bahrami's game Bo as the Community Favorite winner, rewarding him with $5,000. You can watch a trailer for his puzzle platformer above, and download the latest version of the free Windows game here.

As for the six finalists, one will receive the $100,000 grand prize, while the remaining five will receive $1,000 and an award in one of five categories: Technical Excellence, Best Art, Best Audio, Best Design, and Staff Pick. You can watch trailers and play the finalists' games at the links below:

The developers behind these finalists will be on-hand to demonstrate their games to attendees at GDC Online from October 5 to 8.