GDC: Crayon Physics Deluxe wins IGF award

Thursday, 21st February 2008 07:04 GMT By Patrick Garratt


Here. Kloonigames’ Petri Purho accepted a $20,000 grand prize for Crayon Physics Deluxe at the Independent Games Festival Awards at GDC yesterday. The game allows players to draw objects then drop them into physics puzzles. It’s actually pretty good, so well done Petri.

The rest of the winners are listed below.

Seumas McNally Grand Prize
Crayon Physics Deluxe by Kloonigames

Best Web Browser Game
Iron Dukes by One Ton Ghost

Design Innovation Award
World Of Goo by 2D Boy

Excellence in Visual Art
Fez by Kokoromi

Excellence in Audio
Audiosurf by Invisible Handlebar

Technical Excellence
World Of Goo by 2D Boy

Best Student Game
Synaesthete by DigiPen Institute of Technology

Audience Award
Audiosurf by Invisible Handlebar

Gleemie Awards
First Place–Desktop Power Defense by Handdrawngames
Second Place–Skyrates by Team Skyrates
Third Place–Quadradius by Quadradius



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