Submitted by cliffbo 1706d ago | news

Flock wins Scottish game BAFTA

Dundee developer Proper Games has won the Games award at BAFTA Scotland for its PSN and Xbox Live Arcade title Flock.

The game, published by Capcom, beat rivals Dynamos Games' Championship Manager Express 2010 and Cobra Mobile's Low Grav Racer to the award.

"It's amazing to be recognised by such a prestigious body," said creative director, Geoff Gunning. "Everyone at Proper worked really hard throughout the development process, and to receive this recognition for our first release. It makes all the late nights worthwhile." ( Flock , PS3, Xbox 360)

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