Tuesday 17 February 1998
Milia d'Or awards were presented to the following companies:
GAMES: Grand Prize and Simulation Games award: F22 Air Dominance Fighter, Ocean Software/Digital Image Design (UK).
Action Games: G Police, Psygnosis (UK).
Adventure and Role Playing: Final Fantasy VII, Square Co Ltd/Squaresoft/Sony Computer Entertainment (Europe/Japan).
Strategy Games: Dungeon Keeper, Electronic Arts/Bullfrog (USA/UK). Sports Games: NHL, Electronic Arts (USA/Canada).
On-Line Games: Quake II, Activision/Id Software (USA/UK).
ONLINE: Grand Prize for Best Online Site and Online Reference Award: Scoot, Scoot UK Ltd/Wolff Ollins (UK).
Online Children's: MEGA-TFO - Perdus dans les etoiles, TFO - TVOntario (Canada). Online Art Culture and Society: Amnesty International Refugee Campaign, Bates Interactive (UK).
Online Lifestyle and Hobbies: MultiMania Production/Grolier Interactive (France). Online Business and Training: NEWS.COM, The Computer Network (USA).
MULTIMEDIA: Grand Prize for the Best Multimedia Title: Decouvertes, Havas Interactive/IBM/World Book/Bertelsmann (France/UK/Germany). Children's Title: Orly's Draw-A-Story, Broderbund Europe UK/USA. Reference and Education: Language Connect, University Spanish 1 Syacuse Language Systems (USA).
Art, Culture and Society Titles: L'Art du Moyen Age, Carre Multimedia/Reunion des Musees Nationaux ditions Gallimard/Club d'Investissement Media (France). Lifestyle and Hobbies: Moving Puzzle/Fun Sports, Ravensburger Interactive Media (Germany).
Game of Thrones
Arts & Ents blogs
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- 2 Moscow voted the world's unfriendliest city
- 3 Idris Elba is ‘too street’ to play 007, says James Bond author
- 4 Pansexual: What is it - and when did the term gain popularity?
- 5 I'm pansexual – here are the five biggest misconceptions about my sexuality
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