Iranian games nominated for Intl. Mobile Gaming Awards

October 10, 2018

TEHRAN – A selection of 12 games from Iranian developers have been nominated for the 3rd International Mobile Gaming Awards (IMGA) in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA), the organizers have announced.

“Fisher Boy” by Sepehr Taqdisian, “Electron” by Majid Rahmani, “Harmony” by Mohammad Amin Rafieinia, “Mr. Crow Don’t Open the Envelope” by Khashayar Mohebbi, “41148” by Mahdi Fanaei, and “Irregular Mobile” by Benyamin Salari are among the games. 

Also included are “Colimus!”, “Sweet Lemon” and “The Dark Wings 2” from Lexip Games, “King of Wealth” from Anashid Games, “Magnis” by Paeezan Game Studio and “Flipping Filip” by Deedema. 

People can choose their best games by voting on this site. Winners will be announced on November 3.

Last year, three Iranian games won four out of a total of nine main awards at the IMGA MENA.

Winners were awarded during a ceremony in Amman, Jordan. 

The IMGA is a worldwide competition that started in 2004, and it covers several different regions. In addition to the IMGA Global, which is open to all, there is also IMGA MENA, IMGA Southeast Asia and IMGA China.

The IMGA team is based in the center of Marseille, France’s second largest city.

Photo: “Mr. Crow Don’t Open the Envelope” by Khashayar Mohebbi.



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