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The Origins Awards

I got this press release at 3am last night, very organised!

Here is the list of winners.

On behalf of Game Manufacturers Association and the Academy of Adventure Gaming Arts & Design, the 36th Annual Origins Award winners of 2010 are:

Best Historical Miniature Figure or Line - Wings of War: Albatross D.III by Nexus Editrice

Best Historical Miniature Game Rules Supplement - Flames of War: North Africa by Battlefront Miniatures, LTD.

Best Historical Miniature Game Rules - Wings of War: WWII, Deluxe Edition by Nexus Editrice, designed by Andrea Angiolino & Pier Glorgio Paglia

Best Historical Board Game – Conflict of Heroes: Storms of Steel! By Academy Games, designed by Uwe Eickert, John Hill & Dana Lombardy

Best Game-Related Book – BattleTech: 25 Years of Art & Fiction by Catalyst Game Labs, written by Randall N. Bills, Jason Schmetzer & Matt Heerdt

Best Game Accessory – Knights of the Dinner Table by Kenzer & Company, designed by Jolly R. Blackburn

Best Miniature Figure or Line – Marvel HeroClix Hammer of Thor Expansion by WizKids, designed by Eric Englehard, Kelly Bonilla, Jake Theis & James Szubski

Best Miniature Game Rules - BattleTech: Strategic Operations by Catalyst Game Labs, designed by Herbert A. Beas II & Randall N. Bills

Best Role Playing Game Supplement - Big Damn Heroes Handbook by Margaret Weis Productions, designed by Cam Banks, Jennifer Brozek, Jim Davenport, Jason Durall, Tony Lee, Nathon Rockwood & Clark Valentine

Best Role Playing Game - Eclipse Phase by Catalyst Game Labs/Posthuman Studios, designed by Rob Boyle & Brian Cross

Best Children’s, Family or Party Game - Are You The Traitor? By Looney Labs, designed by Andrew Looney

Best Traditional Card Game – Poo by Catalyst Game Labs/Labs/WildFire, LLC., designed by Matthew Grau

Best Board Game - Space Hulk by Games Workshop

Congratulations to all of the winners!

Comments

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sje2
Jun. 27th, 2010 09:58 am (UTC)
Controversial to see so much Catalyst stuff there given their shady practices and screwing over of partners/investors/freelancers.

SJE
gbsteve
Jun. 27th, 2010 10:40 am (UTC)
I guess they still have lots of friends who voted for them.
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