Last night at a swanky ceremony in London, BAFTA revealed the winners of its gaming awards. There were a lot of mobile games in contention, and we're super happy to report that a decent few of them walked away with prizes. The big winner of the night might have been God of War with five trophies, but since you can't fit an entire god of war in your pocket, we're not really that bothered about that.
What we are bothered about is Old School Runescape Mobile walking away with the EE Mobile Game of the Year gong. That's the only award at the ceremony that's voted for by the public, and Jagex's brilliant MMO beat off competition from some of the biggest names in the industry (Clash Royale, Brawl Stars, Roblox, Pokemon GO, and Fortnite, it you were wondering) to bag the BAFTA.
Elsewhere there were awards for Fortnite, Nintendo LABO, and Florence, as well as the wonderful but harrowing My Child Lebensborn. We've stuck a full list of all the mobile winners just below this paragraph, and if you click here you can check out a complete list of every game that was nominated, as well as the winners.
- EE mobile game of the year (voted for by the public) - Old School Runescape Mobile
- Mobile game - Florence
- Game innovation - Nintendo LABO
- Family - Nintendo LABO
- Game beyond entertainment - My Child Lebensborn
- Evolving game - Fortnite
- Debut game - Yoku's Island Express
What do you think? Did the right games win? Did the right games even get nominated? We'd love to hear your take on the awards, so make sure you let us know in the comments section down there at the bottom of the article.