Mobile game developers take note - the International Mobile Gaming Awards are back and once again seeking entries. Now in its 11th year, this is a comp not to be missed - whether you’re an independent developer or you’re part of a larger studio team.
Since it started back in 2004, over 5000 mobile games from all around the world have been reviewed - games such as Angry Birds, Candy Crush and The Walking Dead gained recognition here first. And who knows - maybe that game you’ve been working on day and night over the last year could be next to become the next gaming household name.
This year there is a particular emphasis being given to unreleased games. So if you’ve only got a playable demo at this point, you can still enter.
If your game has already been published, the only criteria is that it must have been published during 2014. Newbies only!
The nominees will be announced in January 2015 and the overall winners will be decided at the gala awards ceremony in early March.
What’s great about these awards is not just the fact that they’re helping to celebrate gaming innovation and creativity, but also that they have such a wide diversity of entrants - from experienced developers to students - they’re all welcomed.
If you’re thinking of entering - we’ll leave you with a few words from the IMGA folk:
“If you’ve made something cool, you could be winning on the big night. What have you got to lose?”
We couldn’t have put it better ourselves…
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