Shortlist for the best mobile phone games of the year revealed!

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The International Mobile Gaming Awards (IMGAs) is in its 7th year now, and 30 games across six categories are up for a win.

A massive 263 games were submitted for the awards, showing just how important the mobile games industry has become.

Locally, just three games are up for awards (echoing our recent Golden Globes, I suspect!) – Australian developer Halfbrick for Fruit Ninja, Firemint’s Real Racing 2 and Bird Strike from New Zealand’s PikPok.

The full list below:

Best Casual Game
Bird Strike – Gold Edition PikPok New Zealand
Bulba The Cat C4M France
Fruit Ninja Halfbrick Australia
Jenga NaturalMotion UK
Plants vs. Zombies PopCap Games Ireland

Best Real World Game
AR Invaraders Soulbit7 Israel
Blaze A Different Game Sweden
Ghostwire A Different Game Sweden
Pocket Critter Jilin Animation Institute China
Tourality Creative Workline Germany

Best Sports Game
Billabong Surf Trip Biodroid Productions Portugal
Championship Manager 2011 Dynamo Games Ltd Scotland
Ice Breaker NaturalMotion UK
Let’s Golf 2 Gameloft United Kingdom
Snowboard Hero Fishlabs Germany

Excellence in Design
Galaxy on Fire 2 Fishlabs Germany
ilomilo Southend Interactive Sweden
Infinity Blade Chair Entertainment USA
Real Racing 2 Firemint Australia
Zen Bound 2 Secret Exit Ltd. Finland

Excellence in Gameplay
Beyond Ynth FDG Entertainment Germany
Guns’n’Glory Handy Games Germany
N.O.V.A. 2 Gameloft France
Perfect Cell Mobigame France
Pix’n Love Rush BulkyPix France

Most Innovative Game
Anomaly Warzone Earth 11 bit studios Poland
EpicWin Tak Fung UK
Finger Balance Coconut Island Studio China
Papa Sangre Somethin’ Else United Kingdom
The Line Ant Hive Games China

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