We would like to thank our jury for their tireless work in casting their votes on the vast number of submissions that we received. You can find the full list of jury members right here.
We would also like to thank the Development Awards sponsors and partners and the European Games Booster Awards partners for their support and involvement – Unity, Microsoft Studios, Bandai Namco Entertainment, Focus Home Interactive, Develop, Peaceful Fish and the European Creative MEDIA program.
Development & European Game Booster Awards Winners
The Development Awards celebrate the most creative and original projects of the last 12 months.
Most Creative & Original International (sponsored by Focus Home Interactive) – Double Happy vs. The Infinite Sadness: Pharos by Monkeystack
Most Creative & Original European - Silence by Daedalic Entertainment
Best Story International & Best Story European – Kholat by IMGN.PRO
Best Art International & Best Art European – Silence by Daedalic Entertainment
Most Promising IP International (sponsored by Bandai Namco Entertainment Europe) & Most Promising IP European – Silence by Daedalic Entertainment
Best Console/PC Hardcore International (sponsored by Microsoft Studios) & Best Console/PC Hardcore European – Strike Vector EX by Ragequit Corporation
Best Desktop/Downloadable International & Best Desktop/International European – Kholat by IMGN.PRO
Best Mobile/Tablet International – Torchlight Mobile by Perfect World
Best Mobile/Tablet European - UNKILLED by MADFINGER Games
Best Casual Game International & Best Casual Game European – Lumino City by State of Play
Best Hardcore Game International & Best Hardcore Game European – Strike Vector EX by Ragequit Corporation
Best Social Game International & Best Social Game European – Raids of Glory by Nitro Games
Best Indie Game International (sponsored by Unity) & Best Indie Game European – Lumino City by State of Play
People’s Choice Award (sponsored by Unity) – UNKILLED by MADFINGER Games
“It has been a very interesting awards this year. The competition was really fierce with nearly 200 projects submitted. After the jury cast their votes we had 24 projects from all over the globe (including representatives from Australia and China) nominated for the 12 categories. Once again we are thrilled to have been able to celebrate creativity and originality in game development and we look forward to the next Development Awards in San Francisco! Congratulations once again to the winners, thank you to everyone who took part and of course a huge thank you to our sponsors that make the awards possible.”
Eric Lacroix, organiser of the Development Awards