New York, NY– February 8th, 2010– Today the Independent Games Festival named Powerhead Games’ Glow Artisan (Nintendo DSiWare™) as the Winner of the Best Mobile Game Design Award.

“Glow Artisan represents a lot of hard work by a lot of great people,” said Jason Schreiber, CEO&Chief Creative Officer of Powerhead Games.“It’s one of those rare games that anyone can pick up and play and get right away but also has depth, loads of features, and, with the picture-to-puzzle tool, is a fun gadget too.”

Glow Artisan was officially released for DSiWare on December 28th, 2009, and earned an impressive, if not Glowing, review from Nintendo Life:“… a very welcome addition to the DSiWare library. 9/10 Stars”

Glow Artisan will be playable in a special area at the Independent Games Festival Pavilion during the Game Developers Conference 2010 in San Francisco from March 9th to the 13th. In addition, Glow Artisan is now eligible to win the Best Mobile Game prize at the Independent Games Festival Awards on March 11th at San Francisco’s Moscone Center.


Powerhead Games Official Website

Glow Artisan Official Website

IGF List of Mobile Winners

Nintendo Life Review of Glow Artisan

Game Developers Conference 2010

Powerhead Games is an independent game developer proudly located in the heart of New York City.


Powerhead Games staff are available for interview locally in NYC, or via email or phone. Also, we will be at the Game Developers Conference in San Francisco March 10-13. If you would like to schedule an interview, request a Powerhead Games press kit or review Glow Artisan for your media outlet, please contact Neil James at (212) 808-0660 extension 4 or email

Contact: Neil James

Tel: (212) 808-0660 ext 4


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