March 19, 2013 in Games (E)
[prMac.com] Genova, Italy - UNAgames announces its presence among the nominees for "Drago d'Oro", the Italian award for excellence in the world of video games. Tapsteroids has been nominated in the "Best Independent Italian Videogame" category, where it will be submitted to the judgment of a technical jury and a critics jury.
The technical jury, chaired by Paul Spagnoli - Product Manager Videogame at Media World - and composed of journalists from the press, will choose the best games by genre; the jury of critics, headed by Jaime D'Alessandro - La Repubblica journalist - and comprising journalists from major news organizations (Corriere della Sera, Il Sole 24 Ore, La Stampa, Gazzetta dello Sport) and culture and showbiz personalities, will evaluate the artistic and cultural value of the nominated titles.
About DRAGO D'ORO:
"Drago d'Oro" is the Italian video game industry award established by AESVI, (Associazione Editori Sviluppatori Videogiochi Italiani), and has two prestigious partnerships with Media World, a leading consumer electronics chain in Italy, and Repubblica.it, one of the top Italian information websites.
Tapsteroids, a fast-peaced space action shooter, is a tribute to the classic arcade games in the era of touch. The player is assigned the important task of protecting navigation routes from dangerous storms of asteroids that infest the space, ensuring the safety of all spacecraft operating in his area and landing to his space station. Featuring over 20 achievements as well as Game Center integration, Retina Display graphics, four different weapons, infinite levels for hours of gameplay, Tapsteroids will keep players entertained for a good while.
UNAgames is an indie game development studio based in Genoa, Italy, focused on iPhone, iPod touch and iPad devices. The team is comprised of Daniele, a cutting-edge programmer with a AAA development experience and Erika, a mathematician with the passion for graphics. Copyright (C) 2013 UNAgames. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, iPhone, iPod and iPad are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries.