The First Annual Gamers Guild Awards is Here! And the Winners Are…

23 Feb

Heat up some popcorn, sit back and enjoy the First Annual Gamers Guild Awards! We, the Gamers Guild at I-play, selected five games across the categories of Best Lead Male, Best Lead Female, Best Art Direction, Best Game and The Lifetime Achievement Award that wowed us and our members in the last year. And the award goes to…

MORTIMER BECKETT in Mortimer Beckett and the Crimson Thief

What hasn’t Mortimer Beckett done? First, he rid Spooky Manor of ghosts. Then, he went on wild adventure to find a time bomb scattered across eight eras in The Time Paradox. He recovered the jewels of The Lost King‘s crown, found the king and returned him home. In The Crimson Thief, Mortimer returns for his most challenging adventure yet! In the fourth installment of his journey, Mortimer travels the world to recover artifacts stolen from museums and private collections. Only you can help him bring the Crimson Thief to justice! Play Now

EVELYN TAO in Hidden Mysteries: The Forbidden City

Another standout game in the blockbuster Hidden Mysteries series that has taken gamers to Buckingham Palace to unveil secrets of regal treasures and royal romance, Notre Dame Cathedral to track down a priceless artifact, the Crown of Thorns, and Salem, Massachussetts  to investigate rumors of witchcraft! Now our heroine is the remarkable Evelyn Tao, a bright young professor who has arrived in Beijing grieving over the death of her father. While exploring her old home she stumbles upon some work left by her father right before he died. After analyzing her father’s journal she realizes that he discovered hidden treasure! Play Now

Empress of the Deep 2: Song of the Blue Whale 

Enter a mystical, forbidden cloud city, where nothing is as it seems. In this gorgeous adventure game, our heroine, Anna, is tasked with finding a path to the Temple of the Clouds and saving the Children of Light from the Evil Empress Pandora! Play Now

Mystery P.I.: The Curious Case of Counterfeit Cove

In the seventh game in the extremely popular Mystery P.I. series, your task is to seek and find hidden clues to break up a counterfeiting ring! You’ve been to San Francisco, Los Angeles, New York, London and Las Vegas. Now you’ll travel to New England after being hired by the town elders to save Whaler’s Cove. Can you piece it all together before fake bills ruin tourism season? Play Now

Emily from the Delicious series

Emily has achieved high accolades from both the I-play Gamers Guild and you, our members, for her role in the blockbuster Delicious series. She’s opened her own tea garden and managed a booming Hollywood restaurant business. She courted romantic suitors while planning a holiday bash. She captured our hearts as she took us through her youth in Emily’s Childhood Memories. Emily has achieved what most lead characters dream of, but had not yet found real happiness. Now, in her latest starring role, we witness Emily as she searches for True Love.

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4 Responses to “The First Annual Gamers Guild Awards is Here! And the Winners Are…”

  1. Tianna February 26, 2012 at 9:39 pm #

    There’s barely any diversity,most of the games are hidden object games.I don’t agree with your decisions. 😦

    • Dana, Games Editor February 27, 2012 at 2:55 pm #

      Fair point. Most of the games our members like are HO/Adventure, but diversity is important as well. What games would you have liked to see?

      • Tianna February 28, 2012 at 8:48 am #

        I would have liked to see ANY of the Diner Dash themed games and maybe even some sort of RPG,such as Life Quest.

  2. Karen Chmura February 28, 2012 at 3:19 am #

    I like the hidden objects. But not the cartoonish ones.

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