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[PRESS RELEASE] Student games selected for the EIGD Awards
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dans english blog posts — Celsius Team le 24 novembre 2014 à 16 h 24 min

[French version available here]

On the occasion of the European Indie Game Days (EIGD) organized by the Syndicat National du Jeu Vidéo (SNJV, France’s videogaming trade union) which will take place on November 27 and 28 at Montreuil, Celsius online reveals the list of nominees for the 2014 EIGD Student Award.

All the games competing for the Student Award have been tested in the premises of the independant French video game developer Celsius online from the November 17 to November 21. On that occasion, Lévan Sardjevéladzé, Celsius online manager and Vice-President of the SNJV in charge of employment and training courses declares: The games reviewed were of the highest quality with good technical knowledges and a lot of creative ideas. This shows the high levels of the European videogame training in general and of the French ones in particular.

Celsius online will attribute the 2014 EIGD Award to the best student game on thursday november 27 at 7:30pm (cet).

On the same day, at 2:30pm, Lévan Sardjevéladzé will give a lecture and its topic will be: « Is the graphic adventure game genre (Point&Click) dead? »

 

 

About Celsius online

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Created in 2004, Celsius online is an independant studio developing massively multiplayer online games. Internationally acclaimed and translated in 25 languages, Renaissance Kingdoms has become in ten years the first web-based role-playing game in Europe. At the end of 2014, Celsius online has launched a new ambitious game, March of History, a massively multiplayer online strategy game from year 1000 A.D. to the nuclear bomb who has received the Ping Award for the Best Web and Social Game of 2014. The French company will also launch at the beginning of 2015 Celsius Heroes, a game mixing puzzle game and RPG, on Facebook, smartphones and tablets.

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