Count on me! in the official selection of London Games Festival 2022
We are happy and proud to announce that Count on me! has been picked for the official selection in the “International Innovators” category by London Games Festival 2022!
The Official Selection highlights 30 games and apps worldwide representing quality, innovation and diversity. The selection features games across four themes: Made In London, Narrative Excellence, International Innovators, and Games Are Good For You.
Count on me! is in good company as The Official Selection line-up is following:
MADE IN LONDON
Amata App (Amata World)
Beatstar (Space Ape Games)
Citizen Sleeper (Jump Over the Age)
Hellscreen (Jamie Degen)
Mask of the Rose (Failbetter Games)
Operation Outsmart (Unifiq Games)
Paper Trail (Newfangled Games)
Whispers in the West (Team Dissonant)
Albert Wilde: The Quantum P.I. (beyondthosehills)
Count On Me (Akribian) <———————————– Here we are!
Grimoire Groves (Stardust)
Lab Rat (Chump Squad)
Mythbusters: The Game (Byte Barrel)
SCHiM (Ewoud van der Werf)
Swing Dunk (BucketPlay)
Unaki (Shatterplay Studios)
Silt (Spiral Circus)
Spellbound: The Magic Within (Wyrdren Games)
Tamarindos Freaking Dinner (Celery Emblem)
The Adventure Is Real (The Adventure is Real)
The Burning Room (BetaJester)
The Fabulous Fear Machine (Fictiorama Studios)
The Wreck (The Pixel Hunt)
Unknown Number: A First Person Talker (godolphin games)
GAMES ARE GOOD FOR YOU
City of Beats (Freedom Games)
Crooks Like Us (Out of Tune Games)
LumbearJack (Final Boss Games)
My Time at Sandrock (PatheaGames)
PowerWash Simulator (FuturLab)
Trolley Problem, Inc (Read-Graves)
Wholesome: Out And About (Yaldi Games)
Thank you, London Games Festival!
About Games London
Games London is a groundbreaking programme delivered by Film London, the capital’s screen industries agency, and U.K. games industry trade body Ukie. The project is backed by the Mayor of London with funding worth £1.2m over three years.
The Games London programme includes a number of initiatives to make London the games capital of the world. It re-established the London Games Festival in April 2016. Other areas of activity include inbound and outbound trade missions and work connecting and supporting games development skills in London.
For more information, visit: https://games.london/
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