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2010 Aggie Awards page 20

Aggie Awards
Aggie Awards
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The Adventure Gamers staff would like to offer our sincere congratulations to the developers (and publishers) of all games that won awards, and our thanks to the many readers who participated in our public voting poll.

Aggie Awards rules and regulations


All staff nominations were submitted privately, seen and verified only by two awards administrators. Final voting followed the same procedure.

To be considered, a game must have had its first release in a major English language market in the calendar year 2010 (except where otherwise noted below). Major markets include North America and the United Kingdom. Alternatively, any game first made available through digital distribution or self-published online during the year was also eligible.

For the sake of administrative simplicity, the episodic Blue Toad Murder Files, Doctor Who: The Adventure Games, and Sam & Max: The Devil’s Playhouse have each been listed as a single entity.

Complete list of eligible games


Traditional PC Adventures (includes multi-platform releases)


Alchemia (self-published in 2009 but re-released to retail in 2010)

Console/Handheld Exclusives

1112: Episode 02 (iPhone/iPod Touch)
Again (DS)
Calling (Wii)
Crime Scene/Ciminology (DS - limited release in late 2009, but wider distribution in 2010)
The Train: Episode 1 (iPhone/iPod Touch)


Contributors to the writing of this article include: Jack Allin, Nate Berens, Astrid Beulink, Steve Brown, Emily Morganti, Andrea Morstabilini, Robin Parker, Reece Warrender, Stuart Young.

The Aggie Award was designed by Bill Tiller.

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