What do you mean by “game”?
We use the term “game” very broadly to mean interactive entertainment, art, non-digital games, all types of hybrid games, educational or documentary interactive works, and more. These can be in established genres, or they can push the envelope of our traditional understanding and definition of the word “game.”
Interactive entertainment of all types, including virtual worlds, puzzles, augmented reality games, alternate reality games, big games, installations, interactive narratives, participatory performance, tabletop, live action roleplaying, 2D, 3D, mobile, experimental, web-based games, and social games, are all acceptable.
We also welcome such alternative content as serious games, documentary games, activist games, learning games, and other forms that fall outside the traditional categories of entertainment and traditional definitions of the term “game.”
We invite you to take a look at our AWARDS page to get a better sense of the range of content we look for and celebrate.