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Never Alone wins Game of the Year at 12th Games for Change Festival
Never Alone has been awarded Game of the Year for the 12th Games for Change Festival.
April 23, 2015
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Newsbrief: E-Line Media and The Cook Inlet Tribal Council of Alaska's Never Alone has won both the "Most Significant Impact" and "Game of the Year" awards at the 12th Annual Games for Change Festival.
Along with Never Alone, Bounden by Game Oven took home the "Most Innovative" award, and This War of Mine, by 11 Bit Studios won "Best Gameplay."
The Games for Change Festival aims to bring together creators and others who "believe in the positive impact of games," and is hosted as part of the Tribeca Film Festival, which is running until April 26.
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