On 23-25 May, NGDC Season II concluded at NG18 with Breadcrumbs Interactive’s “Yaga” winning Game of the Year and “Go Heroes: Prometheus” taking the People’s Choice Award.
“Youropa”, “Pode” and “BOSSGARD” have fought their way into the NGDC Season 2 Grand Finals as wild card selections.
On 20 Apr., Rikodu’s “Second Hand: Frankie’s Revenge” won the thirteenth NGDC S2 qualifier at Reboot Develop in Dubrovnik.
On 16 Apr., PortaPlay’s “Broken Lines” won the twelfth NGDC S2 qualifier at Nordic Game Jam in Copenhagen.
On 25 Jan., Fuero Games’ “Bushy Tail” won the eleventh NGDC S2 qualifier at Gamesforum in London.
On 20 Jan., Ace Team’s “Rock of Ages II: Bigger and Boulder” won the tenth NGDC S2 qualifier at Ludicious in Zurich.
On 13 January, PodPal Games’ “Age of Space” won the ninth NGDC S2 qualifier at NM i Gameplay in Oslo, Norway.
On 30 November, AlPixel Games’ “A Place for the Unwilling” won the eighth NGDC S2 qualifier at AzPlay in Bilbao, Spain.
On 24 November, Insidious Games’ “Obscuria” won the seventh NGDC S2 qualifier at GameDev Camp in Lisbon, Portugal.
On 28 October, Happyland Entertainment with “Go Heroes: Prometheus” won the NGDC S2 qualifier at Athens Games Festival in Greece.
On 19 October Italian “Close to the Sun” won the NGDC S2 qualifier at Sweden Game Conference in Skövde, Sweden.
On 5 October “Drunk-Fu: Wasted Masters” won the fourth NGDC S2 qualifier at the Northern Game Summit in Kajaani.
On 30 September, “Lightspeed Frontier” won the third NGDC S2 qualifier at the Slovenian Game Conference in Ljubljana.
On 16 September, “PyroMind” won the second Nordic Game Discovery Contest S2 qualifier at the GameOn conference in Vilnius.
On 12 September, “Yaga” won the first Nordic Game Discovery Contest S2 qualifier at the Dev.Play in Bucharest.