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Indie developer beats off stiff competition to win coveted trophy

Develop Awards 2014: Vlambeer picks up best Micro Studio prize

Vlambeer picked up the prize for top Micro Studio at the Develop Awards 2014 last night.

Vlambeer faced off stiff competition from Chucklefish, Guerilla Tea, Mudvark, Positech Games, Roll7, Simon Roth and Tom Francis.

The indie studio was recognised for its work on Luftrausers and Steam Early Access title Nuclear Throne.

20 companies received an award for their hard work and success during the last year. You can view the full list of winners here.

A big thanks to our event partners: Crytek and Deep Silver (Platinum Partners); Perforce, Unity, Amiqus, Ukie, Keywords, Codemasters, King and Cubic Motion (Gold Partners); Unreal Technologies (Drinks Reception Partner); Wales Interactive, InnoGames, Universally Speaking and Tandem Events (Event Partners); and OPM Recruitment (Table Gift Partner).

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