Winners of the 2016 Intel® Level Up Game Dev Contest

This year’s Intel® Level Up Game Dev Contest fielded the largest number of submissions ever. The field was whittled down to 25 finalists by a team of screeners from Intel who work with the games industry. The finalists represented the top 5 games in each of the 5 genres. The finalists went on to the external panel of judges for scoring and selection. After careful evaluation and deliberation, the winners are…

 

Game of the Year:

Ellipsis - Touch.Explore. Survive. By Salmi Games

 

Game Genre Winners:

Prize

Game

Team / Studio

Action

Ellipsis - Touch. Explore. Survive.

Salmi Games

Adventure/Role Playing

Elsinore

Golden Glitch Studios

Open/Other

Duskers

Misfits Attic

Platformer

Little Bug

Buddy System

Puzzle/Physics

She Remembered Caterpillars

jumpsuit entertainment UG

 

 

Craft Category Winners:

Prize

Game

Team / Studio

Best Art Design

Overland

Finji

Best Character Design

Tooth and Tail

Pocketwatch Games

Best Game Physics

GoatPunks

Studio Canvas

Best Game with 3D Graphics

Guns of Icarus Alliance

Muse Games

Best Sound

Animated Puzzles Star

Mexond Games

 

 

We would like to thank everyone who submitted to the contest and congratulate the winners.  If you are coming to Seattle for PAX West, we will have a shared kiosk at the Intel booth to showcase the winning games and teams!

 

Game trailers, images and descriptions can be found at the Hall of Glory.

Sincerely!

Mitch and the Intel Game Dev Team

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Yucel K.'s picture

Congrats the all the winners. that said can you guys somehow give out the full list of finalists? Although they didn't win, the idea of being selected as finalist can help developers on marketing.

Spyro Merianos's picture

Congratulations to all the winners and thank you Mitch for organizing another great contest, looking forward to the next one with more awesome games from everyone!

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