The 3rd Annual Bit Award Nominees

The 3rd Annual Bit Award Nominees

Playcrafting will be hosting the 3rd Annual Bit Awards on February 1st in New York City.

The Award show will take place on Friday, February 1st, at 7pm at. Parsons

In addition to the awards listed below, The 3rd Annual Bit Awards will also hand out 3 special Rising Pixel Awards. This year’s show will honor Sam Eng (New York), Caroline Murphy (Boston), and Don Bellenger (San Francisco) for their talent as game developers and commitment to growing their local communities.

For more information or tickets, head here.

PC/CONSOLE GAME OF THE YEAR – Honoring the best game made for PC, console, web or arcade.

Dungeonhaven by Cold War Game Studios
Evergate by Stone Lantern Games
KungFu Kickball by WhaleFood Games
LampLight City by Grundislav Games
Punch Planet by Sector-K Games
Swimsanity! by Decoy Games

MOBILE GAME OF THE YEAR – Honoring the best game made for mobile devices.

Hamsterdam by Muse Games
Imposter Drawster by Up at Night
Into the Dark: Narakan by Orc Punk
Mew and Me by Mew and Me
Repertoire by Playful People
Sound Sky by HIGHKEY Games

TABLETOP GAME OF THE YEAR – Honoring the best tabletop game (card games, board games, etc).

Clear the Decks by Crispy Games Company
Saturday Morning Games by Plausible Studio
Gladius by Victoria Cana and Alexandre Uboldi
Hero: Tales of the Tomes by Jimmy Ellerth Entertainment
Smack Talk Showdown by Double Turn Games
Status Report! by Offcut Games

BEST STYLE – Honoring excellence in game audio and/or visuals.

0°N 0°W by Colorfiction
Ambition: A Minuet in Power by Joy Manufacturing Co.
Evergate by Stone Lantern Games
Hamsterdam by Muse Games
Jupiter and Mars by Tigertron
Punch Planet by Sector-K Games

BEST XR GAME – Honoring the best game made for VR, AR or MR.

Cubism by Thomas Van Bouwel
HOST by Garrett Fuselier
Jupiter & Mars by Tigertron
Mister Mart by Studio217
The Rig by Sunset Division
The Take by Stuido Studios

BEST STUDENT GAME – Honoring the best game made primarily by students in an educational program.

Anyball by Team Anyball (NYU Game Center)
Flight Simulator by Hosni Auji (NYU Game Center)
Into the Dark: Narakan by Orc Punk (Playcrafting)
King of the Hat by Business Corp. Incorporated (Dawson College)
Roll Control by Andrew Simon Thomas (Playcrafting)
Seasons (季节) by David Su and Dominique Stars (MIT)

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