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Game Developer’s 2011 Front Line Award Nominations Close Tomorrow

The editors of Game Developer magazine have announced that one day remains to submit nominations for the publication’s 14th Annual Front Line Awards, which continue the magazine’s tradition of honoring excellence and innovation in tools for game development.

The Front Line Awards are highly regarded in the industry as honoring the year’s best development software for programming, art, audio, middleware, game engines, and networking.

Nominations from the game development community will be accepted for just one more day, ending Thursday, October 20, 2011. While a great many considerations go into determining a winner, innovation is the real name of the game.

Products are nominated in all categories by the readers of Game Developer magazine and Gamasutra. Once all nominations are in, the editors of Game Developer and Gamasutra will consult with Game Developer’s advisory board to select finalists, and finally, readers will ultimately determine the winners in each category.

Nominations are open to all new products and new versions of products related to Game Development released between September 1, 2010 and August 31, 2011 (betas are not eligible).

Front Line Award finalists will be announced in the December 2011 issue and winners will be revealed in the January 2012 issue of Game Developer.

To nominate a product — whether a satisfied user or a creator of that product — please visit the 14th Annual Front Line Awards website and fill in the supplied form.

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