Melbits Pod wins the first ever EuroPlay Vide Game Contest. Read on for more information about it and all the fantastic games that took part.
EuroPlay Video Game Contest - Round Up
The first ever EuroPlay contest, sponsored by Dead Good Media, took place on Friday 28 August. The competition showed off the best unreleased games from Europe and Australia, with thousands of games fans from across the world tuning in to vote for their favoutire.
EuroPlay Video Game Contest - Winner
But only one game could emerge as the winner of the first ever EuroPlay competition. And the first ever winner was Melbits Pod by Melbot Studio, which won it on behalf of Spain.
In a tightly contested competition, that saw thousands of votes cast in under an hour, the entry from Spain emerged victorious in front of its rivals from across the rest of the world.
But while there was only one winner on the night, every game that competed was a bit of a gem. That's why we're running down the whole selection for you below.
WINNER - Melbits POD (Melbot Studios) - Spain
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