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    “Recluse got an award!” or “A new collectible for the snail’s shelf”

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    November 9th, 2012 3:47 pm

    1st Place at 'Student Game' Category

     

    The game I made for LD23, Recluse, got a prize at last weekend’s SBGames (Brazilian Symposium on Computer Games and Digital Entertainment) 2012! I believe it’s currently the biggest national prize for indie game developers, so it’s kind of big deal and I felt I should share this information with the LD community.

    These were the results of the Indie Games Festival of SBGames 2012:

    Best game developed by student:

    • 1st – Recluse
    • 2nd – Save the King
    • 3rd – Kane

    Best use of technology:

    PC/Web

    • 1st – Qasir al-Wasat: A Night in-Between
    • 2nd –  Jelly Escape
    • 3rd – Recluse

    Game Design:

    PC/Web

    • 1st – Save the King
    • 2nd – Mr. Bree – Returning Home
    • 3rd – Recluse

    Congrats for the winners of other categories, too!

    I was certainly not expecting such an awesome result, but it’s good to know people are enjoying the game – Though I really need to put some work on other projects! >_>I’ll probably take part of LD25, I hope something nice will come out of it.

    For those who still haven’t played Recluse (or haven’t played the enhanced version) check out the entry page!

    3 Responses to ““Recluse got an award!” or “A new collectible for the snail’s shelf””

    1. Oye Beto says:

      One of my favorite games on LD 23. Congrats :)

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