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Closing off Game Connection Asia Pacific (GCAP) 2014 is the annual awards night where the best of the best are celebrated and revelry closes off the event.

The winners of the Australian Game Developer Awards

It’s been another great year for Australian development, with the reformation of the local sector in the image of a more fractious and nebulous swath of indies yielding impressive fruits.

Below is a full list of all the winners in all the categories including the Adam Lancman Award (the newly instigated lifetime achievement style award for outstanding (and longstanding) contributions to the local industry.

Excellence in Audio

Finalists

Battle Group 2, Bane Games

Crawl, Powerhoof

Duet, Kumobius

Hand of Fate, Defiant Development

Winner

Duet, Kumobius

Excellence in Art

Finalists

Alpha Muse, Current Circus

Crawl, Powerhoof

Crossy Road, Hipster Whale

Tail Drift, Attract Mode Games

Winner

Crawl, Powerhoof

Innovation Award

Finalists

Crawl, Powerhoof

Fight the Dragon, 3 Sprockets

Framed, Loveshack Entertainment

Hacknet, Team Fractal Alligator

Winner

Hacknet, Team Fractal Alligator

Technical Excellence

Finalists

Assault Android Cactus, Witch Beam

Don Bradman Cricket 14, Big Ant Studios

Fight the Dragon, 3 Sprockets

Framed, Loveshack Entertainment

Winner

Fight the Dragon, 3 Sprockets

Excellence in Design

Finalists

Bonza, Minimega

Crawl, Powerhoof

Crossy Road, Hipster Whale

Duet, Kumobius

Winner

Duet, Kumobius

Accessibility Award

Finalists

Appointment with FEAR, Tin Man Games

Bonza, Minimega

Framed, Loveshack Entertainment

Winner

Appointment with FEAR, Tin Man Games

Game of the Year

Finalists

Crawl, Powerhoof Studios

Crossy Road, Hipster Whale

Duet, Kumobius

Framed, Loveshack Entertainment

Hand of Fate, Defiant Development

Winner

Crawl, Powerhoof Studios

Adam Lancman Award

Souri Seignarack, founder of Tsumea

Studio of the Year

Finalists

Defiant Development

Firemonkeys

Kumobius

Tin Man Games

Winner

Defiant Development

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