FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
RECIPIENT OF THE 2009 INTERNATIONAL GAMERS AWARDS ANNOUNCED!
The International Gamers Awards committee is extremely proud to announce the recipient for the 2009 IGA in the Historical Simulations category.
In the Multi-Player category, the award goes to Unhappy King Charles!, the creation of designer Charles Vasey and published by GMT Games. Set in 1640s England, Unhappy King Charles! allows two players to decide whether Commons or Cavalier shall rule in England. Both seek to establish control over the country and of its economic structures. They seek not only to defeat their opponents in battle but also to seize control of the local government of England and Wales. This is the first IGA for designer Charles Vasey, while GMT Games has earned the award numerous times.
The International Gamers Awards were founded in 1999 for the express purpose of recognizing outstanding games, their designers, and the companies which publish them. The awards have gained widespread acclaim and have helped bring these outstanding games to the public’s attention.
The individuals who serve on our General Strategy and Historical Simulation committees are extremely qualified, knowledgeable and respected within the gaming hobby. Each and everyone have extensive experience in the playing, reviewing and critiquing of games.
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For more information, contact the International Gamers Awards, c/o Greg J. Schloesser
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GMT Games: www.gmtgames.com