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Casual Connect Indie Prize winners revealed

Replay: VHS is Not Dead and Party Hard win the Best in Show awards

Neko Entertainment's Replay: VHS is Not Dead and Pinokl Games' Party Hard won the two most prestigious awards at Casual Connect Europe's Indie Prize Showcase.

Replay: VHS is Not Dead, a puzzle-platformer with time manipulation mechanics, took home the Audience Choice Award. But Casual Connect's panel of critics singled out Party Hard, an action title set entirely at a house party.

The winners of the awards were chosen from 120 finalists, and they shared prizes worth €500,000. The full list is below, with our sincere congratulations.

  • Best Art - Lumino City by State of Play Games
  • Best Audio - Amphora by Moondrop
  • Best Narrative - Herald by Wispfire
  • Best Game Design - LA Cops by Modern Dream
  • Most Promising Game in Development - Guild of Dungeoneering by Gambrinous
  • Best PC Game - Guns, Gore and Cannoli by Crazy Monkey Studios
  • Best Multiplayer Game - Move or Die by Those Awesome Guys
  • Best Mobile Game - First Strike HD by Blindflug Studios
  • Director's Choice Award - Shadow Puppeteer by Sarepta Studio
  • Best in Show: Critic's Choice Award - Party Hard by Pinokl Games
  • Best in Show: Audience Choice Award - Replay: VHS is Not Dead by Neko Entertainment
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