We’re very excited to announced that our first video game project Clandestine: Anomaly is continuing to get recognized for its innovation. While we’ve been fortunate to receive recognition from conferences around the world, there is something extra special about being nominated for an award in your home country.
Yesterday we learned that Clandestine is a finalist for two Canadian Video Game Awards (CVAs) in the categories of Best Game Innovation and Best Technology.
The CVAs are one of the biggest video game award shows in Canada. Held in the former Maple Leaf Gardens arena, this year’s awards feature some heavy hitters like Assassins Creed: Syndicate, Dragon Age: Inquisition and Far Cry 4 as well amazing indie titles like Don’t Starve and Alto’s Adventure.
In our own categories we’re honored to be up against games like Hitman: Sniper, Don’t Starve and Last Voyage. We’re humbled to even be considered a part of such a strong and diverse field of games. Many of the games and studios that are now a finalist or have been in the past represent some of the best Canada has to offer, and to be mentioned in a list alongside such developers is quite an honour.
We are as surprised as we are humbled by these nominations, and will keep you all informed about what else might be in store for us at this year’s Canadian Video Game Awards.