After being near buried in votes we have finally finished calculating which game came top in each of our age-groups for this year's Family Gamer Awards. It was a close run thing but Wii-Sports Resort joined Mirror's Edge as the second overall winner of our Family Gamer Awards.
The winners is each age-category are as follows;
Games for Toddlers (2 to 4 yrs)
WINNER: EyePet http://www.gamepeople.co.uk/family_ps3_eyepet.htm PS3
Games for Juniors (5 to 10 yrs)
WINNER: High School Musical 3: Dance! http://www.gamepeople.co.uk/familyguide_wii_highschoolmusical3dance.htm Wii/PS3/360
Games for Students (11 to 17 yrs)
WINNER: Wii-Sports Resort http://www.gamepeople.co.uk/familyguide_wii_wiisports2.htm Wii
Games for Workers (18 and over)
WINNER: Uncharted 2: Among Thieves http://www.gamepeople.co.uk/soulful_ps3_uncharted2amongthieves.htm PS3
Games for Parents
WINNER: Assassin's Creed 2 http://www.gamepeople.co.uk/buying_360_assassinscreed2.htm PS3/360
Games for Grandparents
WINNER: Flower http://www.gamepeople.co.uk/family_ps3_flower.htm PS3
About the Family Gamer Awards
Families are made up of all ages. So our Best Family Game Awards are organised by age groups - infants, juniors, students, workers, parents and seniors. Whether you have XBox 360, PS3, Wii, DS lite and PSP, we have a game to suite you and your family.
Game People is proud to sponsor the Family Gamer Age awards - the only game awards for specific age groups. Out of the hundreds of games that come through our door each month, these few games stood head and shoulders above the rest.
We gather the best family games each season - Spring (May), Summer (August), Autumn (November) and Winter (February). Then we pick our tips for the season's ideal games for each age-group and let our readers vote on to decide which is the overall winner for the year.
About Game People
Game People started in 2007 to provide space for niche video game writers. Since then we have accrued a rag-tag bunch of interesting hacks. We cover games for families, for teens, for fitness, for sport, for racing, for returning and even eclectic gamers.
Our writers now contribute to the Game Pro network, the Wired Blog, Gamasutra and have appear on BBC TV and Radio, not to mention a smattering of local newspapers.
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