Infinity Blade II and Super Mario 3D Land win big at IAAs 2012 ceremony
Best mobile and handheld games respectively
Actor Jay Mohr hosted the ceremony, held at the Red Rock Resort in Las Vegas.
Halfbrick's mobile-to-Xbox port Fruit Ninja Kinect won the award for best casual title, while Infinity Blade II picked up the award for best mobile game.
Super Mario 3D Land was also victorious nabbing best handheld game.
"Each year the Interactive Achievement Awards sees the top minds and personals of our industry coming together to not only celebrate, but recognise one another for the achievements of the year," said Martin Rae, president of the Academy of Interactive Arts & Sciences.
"2011 produced an outstanding number of fantastic games in all areas of the industry - console, PC, social and mobile - we are truly witnessing a new golden age of gaming. Bravo to our winners!"
You can see the full list of winners by checking out the Academy of Interactive Arts & Sciences' statement.