Indie Fund-ed dreams can and do come true. Just ask Toxic Games, whose first-person puzzler Q.U.B.E. will be the first Indie Fund-ed game released. To commemorate, Toxic has polished and presented the above official trailer, announcing Q.U.B.E.'s December 16 release date for Windows machines.

Q.U.B.E. will appear on Steam, Desura, and Playism (the guys who are localizing great indie games for a Japanese audience) and will be sold for £9.99/$14.99/€10.99. Not a bad for a game that has freeware roots and almost two years of development.

The dream masters behind the Indie Fund, keeping indies financially independent, are Jonathan Blow (Braid), Ron Carmel and Kyle Gabler of 2D BOY, Aaron Isaksen of AppAbove Games, Kellee Santiago of thatgamecompany, Nathan Vella of Capybara Games, and Matthew Wegner of Flashbang Studios. Other greatly anticipated games supported by the Indie Fund are Dear Esther, Monaco, and Faraway, though which game will be release #2 is unknown.

With the Humble Bundle #4 right around the corner, Q.U.B.E. may even make an appearance. That could be a quick way to make back the borrowed money from Indie Fund, after all.