The sixth annual International Mobile Gaming Awards have just drawn to a close, with the winners in each category announced.
Of the six different mobile gaming categories, all but one winner was an iPhone title, further demonstrating the Apple handheld's dominance of the pocket gaming arena.
But this doesn't mean they were all line-drawing games. The Real World Game category had some immensely innovative new forms of gaming in there, with Blast Theory's locational game using voice calls, Ulrike and Eamon Compliant, taking the top spot.
"Clearly 2010 has been the year to celebrate the creativity of iPhone developers, and we look forward to how the market for innovative gaming will expand in future," says presenter of the IMGA, Pocket Gamer's own Chris James.
The awesome-looking beat-'em-up Bruce Lee Dragon Warrior nabbed the coveted People's Choice Award, while Excellence in Design went to the children's adaptation of the outstanding iPhone puzzle game Ancient Frog Jr.
Konami's popular DS game Wire Way took the Best Casual Game award for its iPhone adaptation, while the overall winner of the IMGA Grand Prix was Labyrinth 2 from Illusion Labs.
A full list of the winners in each category is below, and congratulations to all in placing top in this very prestigious competition.
IMGA 2010 Winners:
Best Casual Game Wire Way, published by KONAMI Digital Entertainment
Best Real World Game
Ulrike and Eamon Complaint, by Blast Theory, United Kingdom
Excellence in Design
Ancient Frog Jr., James Brown, New Zealand
Excellence in Connectivity
Sniper vs Sniper Online, Com2uS, South Korea
Excellence in Gameplay
Mini Squadron, Studio FungFung, United Kingdom
Operators’ Choice Award
Krazy Kart Racing, KONAMI Digital Entertianment
People’s Choice Award
Bruce Lee: Dragon Warrior, Digital Legends and India Games, Spain
Labyrinth 2, Illusion Labs, Sweden