Corrected list of 2009 finalists for The International Gaqmers Awards, Historical

Thanks to Charles Vasey for catching the error in the listing of Espana 1936. That is now corrected.

FINALISTS FOR THE 2009 INTERNATIONAL GAMERS AWARDS ANNOUNCED




The International Gamers Awards committee is extremely proud to announce the finalists for the 2009 IGA in the Historical Simulations category. Games released during the 2008 calendar year are eligible for consideration.

This complete list of this year's nominees includes:

HISTORICAL SIMULATIONS CATEGORY

Barbarossa: Keiv to Rostov

Designers: Tony Curtis & Vance von Borries

Publisher: GMT Games


Conflict of Heroes: Awakening the Bear!

Designer: Uwe Eickert

Publisher: Phalanx Games / Academy Games / Elfin Werks


The Devil’s Cauldron

Designers: Adam Starkweather

Publisher: Multi-Man Publishing


Espana 1936

Designer: Antonio Catalan

Publisher: Devir / Phalanx Games


Fields of Fire

Designer: Ben Hull

Publisher: GMT Games


Red Dragon: The Coming War with China

Designer: Bruce Costello

Publisher: Decision Games


Spanish Eagles

Designers: Brien J. Miller & Stephen C. Jackson

Publisher: Compass Games


Storm over Stalingrad

Designer: Tetsuya Nakamura

Publisher: Multi-Man Publishing


Unhappy King Charles!

Designer: Charles Vasey

Publisher: GMT Games


Warriors of God

Designers: Adam Starkweather & Makoto Nakajima

Publisher: Multi-Man Publishing



For a detailed look at the nominated games, as well as the committee members
and their qualifications, please visit the International Gamers Awards
website at:

http://www.internationalgamersawards.net

The International Gamers Awards were created to recognize outstanding games
and designers, as well as the companies that publish them. The awards are
truly international in scope, with committee members representing countries
throughout the world. The goal is to give greater exposure for these
wonderful games to more and more people and help spread the word of the
"wonderful world of gaming" on a global scale.

For more information, contact:
Greg J. Schloesser
greg@gschloesser.net
504-347-6097

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