Feb 28

2019

Three Choice of Games Titles Are Finalists for the 2018 Nebula Game Writing Award

Posted by: Mary Duffy | Comments (2)

We’re proud to announce that The Martian Job, Rent-a-Vice, and The Road to Canterbury are all finalists for the 2018 Nebula Game Writing Award–and they’re all on sale this week!

For the first time, the renowned science fiction and fantasy awards have added a game writing category, and Choice of Games authors M. Darusha Wehm (The Martian Job), Natalia Theodoridou (Rent-a-Vice), and Kate Heartfield (The Road to Canterbury) are finalists, alongside Netflix’s Black Mirror: Bandersnatch, and Santa Monica Studio’s God of War. In honor of their nominations you can get all Nebula finalist games on sale on Android, Steam, and the Choice of Games Omnibus app on iOS.

The Nebula Awards take place the weekend of May 18th; watch this space and keep your fingers crossed for our finalists!

2 Comments

  1. Bea says:

    This is so exciting! It was just a matter of time before science-fiction contests started to recognize new writing platforms :-D.

    All three titles were spectacular, best of luck for the authors, they are up against a giant with Bandersnatch (although I’m pretty sure that Charlie Brooker knew about COG, grumble grumble).

  2. Mert says:

    I’m happy to see choice of games and it’s writers finally getting well-deserved recognition 🙂

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