At the presentation of the fifth annual German Computer Games Award in Berlin, the guys from Daedalic Entertainment had every reason to celebrate. The studio from Hamburg and their adventure title Chaos on Deponia took home the award for Best German Game.
"We’re all very honored to win this award and we’re proud our story and characters could persuade with their depth and substance. We’d like to thank the jury, all our co-workers at Daedalic, who make our games what they are in the first place, and last but not least, our partner Eurovideo", said Carsten Fichtelmann, founder and CEO of Daedalic Entertainment.
He also added: "Rest assured, we will keep up the good work, we will stay true to our philosophy and this will be refleceted in our future titles."
The German Computer Games Awards are presented annually by an independent jury consisting of academics, representatives of media pedagogy, child welfare, political representatives, press
and the games industry. The event features seven categories, each aimed at promoting and backing up the development of innovative and culturally relevant computer and video games, awarding the most outstanding and promising productions.
I’m actually not surprised about this.