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SPIL Games reveals latest winners of its mobile game HTML5 competition

SPIL Games reveals latest winners of its mobile game HTML5 competition
Three months on from the first batch of winners, SPIL Games has announced the latest titles to pick up awards in its HTML5 coding contest.

The competition, which is due to run for six months, is designed to promote HTML5 games development, with prizes of $7,700 handed out to the winners.

Blasting brillianceJanuary's top winner has been revealed as Blast Effect, with SPIL's judges praising the game's graphics and level design.

Coming in second was Lazors, which SPIL describes as being perfectly designed for touchscreen devices, while arcade action title Spy Chase took home the third place prize.

All said winners, as well as those that came out on top in previous months, can now be played for three on SPIL Games series of websites, with 32 games in all now available.

Spilling the beans

"With over 30 titles now available to play, we're doing what we promised when we backed HTML5: helping to bring quality HTML5 games to the widest possible audiences," said SPIL Games HTML5 evangelist Robbert van Os.

"There is literally something for everyone, and each game is designed to offer phenomenal playability on the move. HTML5 is the future - we’re demonstrating why with our current titles. And there are many more to come."

Developers interested in applying for future prizes can see the rules of the competition here.

It's worth checking out the full terms and conditions, however, especially in terms of IP rights.

With a fine eye for detail, Keith Andrew is fuelled by strong coffee, Kylie Minogue and the shapely curve of a san serif font.

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