All participating games are currently competing in the Game Development World Championship (GDWC), which will take place in 2022. The scores for August are now settled and Top 10 Games are ranked and you can check the ranking on the GDWC Youtube Channel.
Two Falls (Nishu Takuatshina) took the first place for August. The game was developed by Unreliable Narrators, an independent video game studio from Quebec, Canada, who are creating narrative games with the goal of giving a voice to people that aren’t heard often enough.
Two Falls (Nishu Takuatshina), a narrative-driven video game, allows you to follow the intertwining stories of Jeanne, a girl lost on the French colonies, as well as Maikan, an Innu young man forced west by strange illnesses. Your choices will determine the paths of the two protagonists. However, the actions of one can have consequences for the others.
2nd place: Backpack HeroJaspel, the developer. BACKPACK HERO offers a unique and fun twist on the standard deck-building roguelike. Find rare items, organize and conquer your foes with your backpack!
3rd place: was taken by COGNACCognac Ultimate Devs Team: Online Multiplayer Photorealistic metaverse Cognac is an online multiplayer TDM-game with photo-realistic maps that are based on real-life environments.
4th place: Sclash Bevel bakery. Sclash is a tense 2D plug’n play samurai dueling game where battles are won with a single swing of the blade.
5th place: Scarlet HollowBlack Tabby Games. Scarlet Hollow is an immersive horror story with sharp writing, powerful choices and meticulously drawn art by Abby Howard, a graphic novelist who won the award for best graphic novel.
6th place: The OccultistPentakill Studios. This horror videogame is first-person narrative. It has hints of RPG. You will be an expert occultist capable of seeing and interacting with the other reality. This game can also help you investigate paranormal cases.
7th place: Redemption of the DamnedMiroWin studio This simulator simulates a hunt for evil spirits within a 17th-century European occultism setting. It combines the structure and principles and combat mechanics from the Resident Evil 8 series.
8th place: A World of Little LegendsArtimus. A World of Little Legends is “Minecraft layed flat” as someone described it. It uses modern capabilities, yet aims to appear like we still have the 90s in our heads, but within an open-world procedurally generated survival craft setting.
9th place: Hitori Kakurenbo OnlineBy Infinite Thread Games. Social multiplayer that is inspired by the popular Hitori Kakurenbo japanese ritual. You can play as either the evil Doll, or as one the irresponsible teenagers who prepared the ritual.
10th place: One Last BreathMoonatic Studios. All hope rests on Gaia, a powerful being born from mother nature’s last breath. You can use her talents to change the environment, escape dangerous creatures, solve thoughtful problems, and live in this dying world while she gives birth to it.
You can find information, rewards, and categories about the championship if you are a player in a particular game. The GDWC2022 website.