2010 Origins Awards Winners

On behalf of Game Manufacturers Association and the Academy of Adventure Gaming Arts & Design, the 36th Annual Origins Award winners of 2010 are:

Best Historical Miniature Figure or Line – Wings of War: Albatross D.III by Nexus Editrice

Best Historical Miniature Game Rules Supplement – Flames of War: North Africa by Battlefront Miniatures, LTD.

Best Historical Miniature Game Rules – Wings of War: WWII, Deluxe Edition by Nexus Editrice, designed by Andrea Angiolino & Pier Glorgio Paglia

Best Historical Board Game – Conflict of Heroes: Storms of Steel! By Academy Games, designed by Uwe Eickert, John Hill & Dana Lombardy

Best Game-Related Book – BattleTech: 25 Years of Art & Fiction by Catalyst Game Labs, written by Randall N. Bills, Jason Schmetzer & Matt Heerdt

Best Game Accessory – Knights of the Dinner Table by Kenzer & Company, designed by Jolly R. Blackburn

Best Miniature Figure or Line – Marvel HeroClix Hammer of Thor Expansion by WizKids, designed by Eric Englehard, Kelly Bonilla, Jake Theis & James Szubski

Best Miniature Game Rules – BattleTech: Strategic Operations by Catalyst Game Labs, designed by Herbert A. Beas II & Randall N. Bills

Best Role Playing Game Supplement – Big Damn Heroes Handbook by Margaret Weis Productions, designed by Cam Banks, Jennifer Brozek, Jim Davenport, Jason Durall, Tony Lee, Nathon Rockwood & Clark Valentine

Best Role Playing Game – Eclipse Phase by Catalyst Game Labs/Posthuman Studios, designed by Rob Boyle & Brian Cross

Best Children’s, Family or Party Game – Are You The Traitor? By Looney Labs, designed by Andrew Looney

Best Traditional Card Game – Poo by Catalyst Game Labs/Labs/WildFire, LLC., designed by Matthew Grau

Best Board Game – Space Hulk by Games Workshop

Congratulations to all of the winners!


3 Responses to 2010 Origins Awards Winners

  1. […] It also appears that none of the Savage Worlds nominees won awards this year, which I think is best summed up by PEGInc themselves: In a bizarre turn of events that suggests an alien-influenced CIA conspiracy, the three Savage Worlds nominees didn’t sweep the awards. It was, of course, an honor to be nominated at all, much less three times (Deluge in the Game-Related Book category, Weird War II in the Roleplaying Game Supplement category, and Ken Hite’s Day After Ragnarok in the Roleplaying Game Supplement category). I’d like to heartily congratulate all of this year’s Origins Awards Winners. […]

  2. […] it was really cool to learn this morning that, hot on the heels of bringing home the 2010 Origins Award for Best RPG, Eclipse Phase earned four ENnie nods, including nominations for Best Writing and Product of the […]

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