[Don't want me to spoil the surprise? Then head over to the PG Awards 2015 page before reading any further.]
You voted in your thousands during February and last night, at a lively exclusive event in San Francisco, 10 winners got up on stage in front of their peers to collect a gong for each of this year's 14 categories.
If your maths are up to scratch, you'll realise that means someone must have won more than one award.
Four someones, in fact.
Nitrome kicked off a double win by picking up the first category, Best Action/Adventure Game, with Platform Panic, before going on to be voted Best Developer (taking into account the studio's work on Platform Panic and the Android release of triple PG Awards 2014 winner Icebreaker: A Viking Voyage, alongside accomplished productions such as Endless Doves and Roller Polar).
Stoic Studio's highly praised The Banner Saga followed suit, conquering the Best Adventure/RPG Game and Android Game of the Year categories.
Nintendo, meanwhile, picked up Best Publisher for the second year in a row (and third time overall) together with 3DS Game of the Year for the hugely popular Super Smash Bros.
But the big one, Overall Game of the Year, ultimately went to ustwo's Monument Valley which had earlier also bagged iOS Game of the Year.
Which is not to detract from the achievement of the night's other winners. From Threes! to Papers, Please, the breadth of the victors serves to showcase both the quality and variety of the gaming experiences available to mobile gamers.
And that means we're all winners.
So let's celebrate and congratulate this year's champions, as well as all of the finalists for making 2014 such an exceptional portable gaming year.
You'll find the full list of PG Awards 2015 winners (and nominees) here.