Game People have just announced the winners of the Summer Family Gamer Awards:
- Infant: Peggle DS http://www.gamepeople.co.uk/family_ds_peggle.htm
- Junior: Pop Island Paperfield DSi-ware http://www.gamepeople.co.uk/news_ds_popislandpaperfield.htm
- Student: Red Dead Redemption 360/PS3 http://www.gamepeople.co.uk/perpetual_360_reddeadredemption.htm
- Worker: Demon's Souls PS3 http://www.gamepeople.co.uk/dressup_ps3_demonssouls.htm
- Parent: Alan Wake 360 http://www.gamepeople.co.uk/story_360_alanwake.htm
- Senior: Last Window DS http://www.gamepeople.co.uk/domestic_ds_lastwindow.htm
These games will now be included in the titles voted on by readers to select the FGA Game of the Year Award in December. The remaining results this year will be announced as follows:
- Autumn Winners will be announced on 7th November.
- Winter Winners will be announced on 7th December.
- FGA Game of the Year 2010 will be announced once the public vote has been counted on 20th December.
About the Family Gamer Awards
To nominate games for the remaining Autumn and Winter categories this year:
1. Autumn entries accepted no later that October 31st
2. Winter entries accepted no later that November 31st
3. Send only two copies to the following address marked clearly for FGA.
Family Gamer Award Nomination
17 Stoke Hill Crescent
4. Email a word document overview of the game with the Subject: Family Gamer Award Nomination to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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