PR: The Winners of the 2017 BitAwards

Wednesday, December 20th, 2017

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PlayCrafting is a community of gamers who aspire to create the very thing they love: games! They hold events that allow aspiring developers and designers to put their ideas to paper and make them come to life. They hold community events like classes, workshops or even a full-blown convention! Last weekend, the PlayCrafting community held their award show. The 2017 BitAwards celebrated many developer’s hard work and passion for games. For those of you curious about what games ended up winning, read the press release below:


Winners of The 2017 Bit Awards:

Best Student Game – Sumer by Studio Wumpus
Best XR Game – Panoptic by Team Panoptes
Best Style – Yi and the Thousand Moons by David Su
Player’s Choice Award – The Ultimate Clapback by Mot & Dot
Tabletop Game of the Year – University of Dope by Vance Hall
Mobile Game of the Year – Calculator: The Game by Simple Machine
PC/Console Game of the Year – Perception by The Deep End Games
Rising Pixel Boston – Ryan Canuel
Rising Pixel San Francisco – Sorob Raissi
Rising Pixel New York – MaryMartha Ford-Dieng
Game Changer Honoree – Warren Spector

 

SOURCE: Press Release

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