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Inspired by classic western isometric RPGs, this game is meant to be played over an evening. Though short (2-3 hours) it can be different experience based on your character build. And in the end you get also to see how your actions impacted the world - game has multiple endings.

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Notes on different ways to play the game

All quests in the game have multiple solutions. If you cannot do it one way, poke around, maybe there is another way, better suited for your character build. Below are some typical approaches

  1. Diplomacy. With high enough Speech skill you can solve problems just by talking with right person. FYI game has at least 1 skill check for every point of speech (1-25).
  2. Stealth. Sometimes easiest way to solve problems is by getting where you should not be - sneaking past someone and/or picking the door lock. Or if you know somebody has something you need, you might just pick-pocket (Sneak skill) him/her. You'll need to invest in Sneak and Lock pick skills.
  3. Scitec. Knowledge and experience with science and technology can give you edge in some dialogs. Usually though high Scitec skill will allow you to use electronic or mechanic systems (e.g., fix something) or access local network (so called /shipnet) to gain information or hack something/somebody. And, with access to how-to tutorials online, you can fix and upgrade some items
  4. Brute. Not so common but still present is physical intervention. Sometimes throat punch in the right moment can prevent bloody escalation later. Based on Melee skill, this will open some options in dialogs
  5. Combat. You can always start combat with anyone. However, note that such act of agression will cut off many peaceful solutions. And, of course, you may not be the victor. If you get unwillingly pulled into combat situation, running away, hiding or sneaking around are perfectly fine solutions

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Jury Choice Winners:
Indie Category: Space Wreck by Pahris EntertainmentStudio Category: Shatterline by Frag Lab
Hobby Category: Seeking Light by ESAT - Lucky Dodo Games
Mobile Category: Roto Force by Accidently Awesome
Game Jam Category: The Curse of Tencond by Harry Alisavakis
Student Game Award: Sir Long Legs by Sir Long Legs
Xsolla Game of the Year: Lost In Play by Happy Juice
Houdini Award: Outshine by Fishing Cactus
Brainwave Award: Road Redemption Mobile by Pixel Dash Studios
Best Estonian Game: Haiku, the Robot by Mister Morris Games

Fan Choice Winners:
Indie Category: Lifespace Traveler by Dino Trnka
Studio Category: Two Falls (Nishu Takuatshina) by Unreliable Narrators
Hobby Category: Aces in the Dust by ESAT - DUV Studios
Mobile Category: Light On Light Off by DT Corp
Game Jam Category: Morse Mania by Thom Craver Games

“GDWC 2022 was easily our biggest year yet an unprecedented number of participants and categories available to join. Alongside the prizes, substantial enhancements were made to help promote and showcase standout games within our community, enabling developers to reach out to enthusiastic gamers in search of their next hidden gem.” - David Branco - Community Manager.

The GDWC, along with its sponsors and partners, is proud to provide valuable rewards across multiple categories for GDWC 2022. This year’s prize pool exceeds $120,000 and includes an array of rewards such as cash prizes, software licenses, and top prizes of flights to GDWC’s home country of Finland.

Participants from all over the world have submitted their games to GDWC 2022 making it one of the most diverse and competitive events in the gaming industry welcoming game developers of all backgrounds. The finalists and nominees have been carefully selected, and the rewards specifically designed to recognize and encourage exceptional talent.

The comprehensive list of all finalists, nominees, and rewards can be found at www.thegdwc.com.

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