Brave Frontier wins best made-in-Singapore game at the Digital Life Awards 2014
Iain Garner | On February 11, 2014 at 4:48 pm
The results for the best made-in-Singapore game as voted by readers of Singapore’s national tech supplement Digital Life are in. Hit mobile game Brave Frontier has taken first place, while Daylight Studios’ Conquest Age and Nubee’s Monster Blade came in second and third place respectively.
The top three selections from the Digital Life editors were awarded to Lambdamu’s Pixel People, NonStop Games’ Heroes of Honor, and Witching Hour Studios’ Ravenmark: Mercenaries.
The entries for the Digital Life Readers’ Choice Awards were user-submitted, curated by the Digital Life editorial team, and finally voted on by readers. The remaining games nominated for the best made-in-Singapore game category are:
- Boomzap Entertainment’s Awakening: The Sunhook Spire
- Ludochip’s Cubetractor
- PD Design Studio’s Dusty Revenge
- Gumi Asia’s Puzzle Trooper
(Base photo: Serkan Toto)
Why is there a Japanese game in the Made in Singapore category for the Digital Life Readers’ Choice Awards?
What makes a game ‘Made in Singapore’? Is it where its IP originated? Or was it where it was copyrighted? Would you have to consider where it was actually developed in?