Coiledspring Games is celebrating picking up a raft of accolades in the Imagination Gaming awards.
The awards are run by Nigel Scarfe and Chris Standley from Imagination Gaming, which specialises in curricular and social learning for all schools and communities through games and play.
Voting takes place both throughout the year and over the weekend of the UK Games Expo.
The awards were:
Player’s Choice Award: Bronze – Dodekka (Coiledspring Games)
Best Literacy Games Award: Gold – Zingo Word Builder (ThinkFun)
Best Numeracy Games Award: Bronze – Smart Cookies (FoxMind)
Best Cross Curriculum Games Award: Gold – Extraordinaires Design Studio (The Creativity Hub)
Excelled in Schools Award – Katamino Classic (Gigamic)
Family Classic Award – Quoridor Classic (Gigamic)
"The Imagination Gaming Awards are an important part of our awards calendar," said Roger Martin, MD of Coiledspring Games (pictured). "Nigel, Chris and the rest of the team put our games in front of thousands of people throughout the year and over the weekend at UK Games Expo.
"To have picked up so many awards for our games – including a bronze in the Players Choice award, voted for at Expo – is fantastic.
"We’d like to thank Nigel and Chris for the huge amount of work they put in to running the awards and congratulate the other deserving winners."
Andy Hopwood, the inventor of Dodekka, added: "I feel privileged that my game featured so highly in a category with about 75 other games. Hopefully it might bring one or two new gamers into this wonderful hobby."