The Nominees for the 2017 Bit Awards are…

The Nominees for the 2017 Bit Awards are…

Playcrafting’s 2017 BIT AWARDS are right around the corner, and nominees have been announced.

This year’s awards show will be taking place on Friday, December 15th from 6 – 9:30pm at the John L. Tishman Auditorium at Parsons in New York.

Tickets are Available Here.

On to the nominees!

PC/CONSOLE GAME OF THE YEAR

Black Future ’88 by SUPERSCARYSNAKES
Heliophobia by Glass Knuckle Games
Next Up Hero by Digital Continue
Perception by The Deep End Games
Slime-san by The Fabraz Company

MOBILE GAME OF THE YEAR

Age of Rivals by Roboto Games
Battery Boy by Petricore​
Bouncy Smash by IV Studios
Calculator: The Game by Simple Machine​
Mama Hawk by ComputerLunch

TABLETOP GAME OF THE YEAR

Biome Builder by Killer Snails
San, Ni, Ichi by Ironmark Games
Someone Has Died by Gather Round Games
The Ultimate Clapback by Mot & Dot
University of Dope by Vance Hall

BEST STYLE

Batbarian by Frederic Tarabout
Black Future ’88 by SUPERSCARYSNAKES
Catty Shack by E&E Games
Neon Wasteland by Rob Shields
Perception by The Deep End Games
Yi and the Thousand Moons by David Su

BEST XR GAME

Clash of Magic by Narvalous
Fractal by Phosphene Designs
Panoptic by Team Panoptes
Paulo’s Wing by Angry Array & Blitzen Games
Tornado Tower by Dizzy Slugs

BEST STUDENT GAME

Awkward Date by Asterism Game Studio
Black Emperor by Bumblebear Games
Don’t Bite Me Bro! by MUIFWEGO
Don’t Look Away by Eos Interactive & Made in Brooklyn Games
Magic Masks by Magic Masks Team
Sumer by Studio Wumpus

There will also be a Player’s Choice Award (you can nominate your game here!), a Game CHanger Honoree and the return of the  Rising Pixel Award, given for each of the Playcrafting communities (Boston, NYC and San Franscisco)

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