The beginning of each year is when a lot of the different companies who give out awards in the video game industry announce their nominees, open up public voting for People’s Choice awards, and eventually hold their ceremonies to give out the awards to the winners. With the IMGA awards well under way, the BAFTA awards nominees have been announced today and there are multiple mobile games showing up this year, some of which have multiple nominations for different awards.
As one of the few official media partners for the IMGA (International Mobile Gaming Awards) we get to report and partake in all the goodness that these awards offer. With this being the 11th International Mobile Gaming Awards, and all the recent releases of some top quality games, this list of nominees is pretty impressive to say the least.
Every year at around this time every outlet for gaming gets their Game Of The Year picks and awards ready. We are no exception to this rule and it is time for you, our readers, as well as us here at DroidGamers to get together and figure out what games we should pick for the Game Of The Year in each major genre, as well as the one game that takes it all as the overall Game Of The Year for 2014 on Android.
nVidia is, of course, at E3 2012 showing off both mobile and PC gaming goodies. Back during Tegra Zone’s first birthday celebration, players had a chance to head over to the Tegra Zone website and vote in the First Annual Player’s Choice Awards, picking winners in three categories.
The annual Golden Joystick Awards have now opened up voting for the best of the best when it comes to gaming. While you can head over there and vote for your favorite MMORPG or perhaps your favorite FPS game, for all of us mobile gamers out there, it is the Mobile Gaming category we look at.
International Mobile Gaming Awards, commonly known simply as IMGA is at it again! IMGA is currently accepting mobile applications to be tested, weighted and judge against the top games out there for mobile platforms. IMGA has been in the mobile gaming awards mix for 7 years in which they have aimed “to recognize and reward the best innovator”.