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'Arkham City', 'Rayman Origins' win Develop Awards

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Arkham City and Rayman Origins were among the games honoured at this year's Develop Industry Excellence Awards.

The tenth annual Develop Awards took place in Brighton last night (July 11). The ceremony was attended by over 550 people from 150 companies, making it the highest-attended show in its ten-year history, reports MCV.

'Batman Arkham City - Armoured Edition' screenshot

© Nintendo

Rayman Origins (Vita Screenshot)

© Ubisoft



Ubisoft's latest Rayman release won the Visual Arts Award, while Rocksteady Studios took home the Use of a License prize for its work with Batman: Arkham City.

Moshi Monsters developer Mind Candy took home the overall Grand Prix prize, while David Perry was given the Development Legend award.

Mode 7 Games won the New IP prize for Frozen Synapse, Steam was voted Publishing Hero, Dear Esther made the best Use of Narrative and Battlefield 3 was deemed to have the best Audio Accomplishment.

Last year's Awards were dominated by Angry Birds developer Rovio and Minecraft team Mojang.

The winners in full:

Creativity

New IP: Frozen Synapse (Mode 7 Games)
Use of a License: Batman: Arkham City (Rocksteady Studios)
Use of Narrative: Dear Esther (Thechineseroom)
Visual Arts: Rayman Origins (Ubsioft Montpellier)
Audio Accomplishment: Battlefield 3 (EA Dice)
Publishing Hero: Steam

Technology and Services

Technical Innovation: Enlighten (Geomerics)
Use of Online: World of Tanks (Wargaming.net)
Visual Outsourcer: Cubic Motion
Audio Outsourcer: Side
Services: VMC Game Labs
Tools Provider: Epic Games
Engine: Unity 3.5 (Unity Technologies)
Recruiter: Amiqus

Studios

New Studio: Bossa Studios
Micro Studio: Thechineseroom
Business Development: NaturalMotion Games
Independent Studio: CCP
In-House Studio: The Creative Assembly

Special Awards

Development Legend: David Perry
Grand Prix: Mind Candy

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