OUYA Game Jam Winners Announced

The winners of Kill Screen's CREATE game jam have been announced. The main prize was awarded to Strange Happenings on Murder Island by Freelives.
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The CREATE game jam, which invited indie developers to produce a prototype game in only 10 days for the in-development OUYA console, has announced the winners. 

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The competition, hosted by games culture website Kill Screen, saw 165 individual titles and was judged by Felicia Day, Adam Saltsman, Phil Fish, Alexis Madrigal, Austin Wintory, Ed Fries, Joanne McNeil, and Zach Gage.

The selection process finally saw the following titles announced as winners:

CREATE Grand Prize

Strange Happenings on Murder Island by FreeLives 

“Most Surprising” Award

Television by Laboratory Games LLC

“Four Bright Buttons and Two Joysticks” Award

Bombball by E. McNeill

“Most Immersive” Award

Whispering Willows by Night Light Interactive

“Pop Your Eyes Out” Award

Pipnis by Santa Ragione

“Best Couch with Friends”

2D Cube Zombie Platformer by Molinware

Best Game Created Using the Unity Engine

Stikbold by Team Stikbold

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