Unity platform's leading lights honoured
AirAttack HD, Colorbind and The Uncanny Fish Hunt among winners in award ceremony
The winners of this year's Unity Awards have been announced, with five key prizes given out to titles developed using the platform in the past twelve months.
The Grand Prix award was handed to AirAttack HD, created by Art in Games, while Best Gameplay was won by Nonverbal's Colorbind.
Best Visual Design went to Uncanny Games for The Uncanny Fish Hunt, while Best Mobile Game was won by Rimelands: Hammer of Thor from Dicework Games.
The Best Non-Game award was handed to ILP's LoveMyHome.
Meanwhile three 'up-and-coming' gongs were handed out in the Rising Stars category - created to honour small or independent developers that have attracted significant attention with their work - to Uncanny Games, Exit Strategy Entertainment and Gregor Falk.
The Unity Awards were presented during this year's Unite Conference, taking place in Montreal, Canada.