Where to find all of our shortlisted studios and firms on Twitter

#FollowFriday all of the Develop Awards 2016 Finalists here

If you want to keep up to date with the latest news from the best firms in the development industry, you’ve come to the right place.

Below we have gathered the Twitter handles for all of this year’s Develop Awards finalists, from Acid Nerve to West Coast Studios.

108 companies – from tools providers to one-person studios – are in the running for prizes at this year’s awards ceremony, which will take place at the Brighton Hilton Metropole on Wednesday, July 13th during Develop: Brighton 2016.

The awards are supported by headline partner CV Bay, gold partners MoGI Group, Amiqus, Epic Games, Sumo Digital, Crytek, King, table gift partner OPM Jobs, exclusive drinks reception partner Keywords Studios, and event partner Tandem Events. Epic Games are also an award partner, as are Aardvark Swift.

Contact Charlotte Nangle via cnangle@nbmedia.com to find out about the opportunities available, both at the event and in editorial coverage before, during and after the Awards. 

To book your place at the event, email Georgia Blake via gblake@nbmedia.com – or book online at www.developawards.com.

Develop Awards 2016: The Finalists


New Games IP – PC/console

New Games IP – Mobile

Use of a Licence or IP

Visual Arts

Audio Accomplishment

Use of Narrative


Design & Creativity Tool

Production Tool


Creative Outsourcer – Audio

Creative Outsourcer – Visual & Development

  • Audiomotion – Quantum Break (@Audiomotion)
  • Dimensional Imaging – Quantum Break (@di4dcom)
  • Axis – Halo 5 Opening (@axisanim)
  • D3T – The Witcher III (PS4) (@d3tLtd)
  • Realtime UK – Rare Replay intro (@RealtimeUK)
  • Cubic Motion – Hellblade GDC demo (@cubicmotion)


QA & Localisation



Publishing Hero

Micro Studio

Independent Studio

In-House Studio

New Studio

Development Legend

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