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Awards Ceremony 2013


Shortlist for BAFTA Ones to Watch Award (equal status and in alphabetical order):

Channel 4 Award Team DOS - Size DOS Matter

Dare Team's Choice Award Lunavark Studio - Cosmic Couch

Dare ProtoPlay Audience Award Kaleidoscope Games - Deep

Artistic Award sponsored by Wacom Lunavark Studio - Cosmic Couch

 

Awards Ceremony 2012Dare 2011 Winners

Shortlist for BAFTA Ones to Watch Award (equal status and in alphabetical order):

Channel 4 Award Loan Wolf Games - Pixel Story

Intel Visual Computing Tools Audience Award Raptor Games - Project Thanatos

Dare Team's Choice Award Team.Iso - IsoChronous

 

Awards Ceremony 2011Dare 2011 Winners

Held at the Caird Hall, Dundee on Sunday 14th August 2011 with Brian Baglow as MC.

Following 9 weeks hard work by the 15 teams the prizes were awarded as follows:

Shortlist for BAFTA Ones to Watch Award (equal status and in alphabetical order):

Intel Visual Adrenaline Award FunBox for The Lost Memories

Dare ProtoPlay Audience Award Furnance Games for Scorcher

Dare Team's Choice Award Ape-y Eyes for PaperQuest

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Awards Ceremony 2010Brian Baglow

Held at the EICC on Sunday 16th August 2010 with Brian Baglow as MC.

Watch the awards ceremony and Dare Protoplay footage here...

Following the premiere of the Dare 2010 film depicting the team's progress over the 10 weeks, the prizes were awarded as follows:

Shortlist for BAFTA Ones to Watch Award (equal status and in alphabetical order):

That Game Studio came out on top at the Bafta Awards in March 2011 and walked away with the BAFTA Ones to Watch Award.

Turner Broadcasting Adult Swim Award Bears with Jetpacks for Grrr!

Intel Visual Adrenaline Award Bazooka Duck for Epoch Defence

Wacom Dare with Bamboo Award - Mark Jawdoczak for Skin Inc.

Dare ProtoPlay Audience Award That Game Studio for Twang!

Dare Team's Choice Award Bazooka Duck for Epoch Defence

Video Games Studio Workshop Award - Team 1337 for Dimension

 

Awards Ceremony 2009

Photograph of the 3 main prizewinnersThe Dare to be Digital 2009 Awards were held at the Edinburgh International Conference Centre (EICC) on Sunday 16th August 2009, immediately following the last day of Dare ProtoPlay. It was the first year that the Awards were opened up to the general public. Hosted by none other than Dare's Project Director Paul Durrant, the awards ceremony showed a short film of the seventy Dare student's experiences in the hothouse at Abertay University and held the eagerly awaited prize giving!

The three main prizes which carried equal status  and (in no particular order) were awarded to:

The winners of the three main prizes (pictured above right) represent the short list for the 2010 BAFTA Ones to Watch Award. The Butterflyers were the winners of the Bafta.

In addition to the three main prizes, the following were also awarded:

See the photos from this year's awards ceremony here.

 

Awards Ceremony 2008

The Dare to be Digital 2008 Awards were held at the Edinburgh International Conference Centre (EICC) on Wednesday 13th August 2008. Hosted by TV presenter Michelle Watt, it premiered the film of the students development and experiences across the 5 different host centres throughout the 10 weeks and awarded the prizes.

photo of Michelle Watt opening the Dare 2008 Awards CeremonyView Awards Video

Michelle Watt opens the Dare 2008 Awards

The three main prizes carried equal status and (in no particular order) were awarded to:

The ProtoPlay Audience Award went to Contrived for their game Grav.

The winners of the three main prizes represented the short list for the 2009 BAFTA Ones to Watch Award, which took place in London in March 2009. The ultimate winner was DarkMatter Designs, for Boro Toro.  

Take a look at the photos from the Dare 2008 Awards Ceremony here.

 

Awards Ceremony 2007

The Awards Ceremony was held in Dundee on Thursday 16th August 2007 at Abertay University. The awards ceremony, hosted by TV presenter Michelle Watt, celebrated the talent, effot and outstanding achievements of the 60 students who took part across 3 hosting centres in the UK. As well as showing a film of the students experiences throughout the 10 week competition, it also announced the following winners:

Commercial Potential - Ragnarawk by Voodoo Boogy

Innovation and Creativity - Bear Go Home by Phoenix Seed

Use of Technology - Climbactic by Carebox

The winners of these 3 awards represented the shortlist for the first ever BAFTA Ones to Watch Award which took place in London in October 2007, and was ultimately won by Voodoo Boogy for their game Ragnarawk.

The Dare ProtoPlay Audience Award was also won by Voodoo Boogy for Ragnarawk.

Check out the prototypes, screenshots and videos in the 2007 showcase and photos from the awards ceremony gallery.

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