Cast your vote at the International Mobile Gaming Awards
Sunday 06 February 2011
The 7th annual IMGA ceremony is due to take place on February 17, 2011, the last night of this year's prestigious Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Spain, and its People's Choice Award is one of seven accolades up for grabs.
Anyone can vote for the best mobile game of the past year in each of six categories, as well as their overall favorite - all they have to do is register with the IMGA website for access.
Among the nominees are well known titles such as Fruit Ninja, Plants vs Zombies, Championship Manager 2011 and Let's Golf 2, EpicWin, Infinity Blade and Real Racing 2.
There are also less well-known but equally impressive titles shortlisted, so those in need of a little mobile distraction could do worse than check out these and the selection panel's other recommendations.
The available categories are Best Casual Game, Best Real World Game, Best Sports Game, Excellence in Design, Excellence in Gameplay, and Most Innovative Game.
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