Lost Tracks takes home award for Best Showcase at Spilprisen 2017

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The award goes to a non-commercial game, which showcases the most talent, the coolest creativity and the best playable presentation of skill and craftmanship.

In March, the student production Lost Tracks received four nominations at Spilprisen 2017 (Danish Game Awards), pitching them against giants like IO Interactive and Playdead.

Director Morten Dalgaard Andersen, art director Mads Vadsholt, lead programmer Bjørn Jespersen and audio director Milan Grajetzki were present during the award show on April 19 and were called on stage to receive their award.

The jury's verdict:
"This year's best showcase goes to a team who created a game with a deep empathetic story and stunning visuals. Starting as a student project this game shows great potential from a new but talented team. They show strength in taking the design decisions with respect to both gameplay, art and story. The jury emphasizes how sound, visuals, and story goes hand in hand, unfolding the game and indulging the player on a poetic journey. With just 30 minutes of gameplay, this games lets the player feel, think and explore a unique story that lingers even after the game is completed"

Congratulations to the whole team!

(Photo credit: Ernst Tobisch)