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Monday, December 19, 2005
iDevGames Announces OMG Cup Finalists
7:55 AM | Andy Largent | 6 comments

The public voting round for iDevGames' newest programming competition, the OMG 2005 Cup, is finished and finalists have been announced. These six were chosen from the 36 total entries as being stand-out by the voters, and they will now be judged by an industry panel with the winner being announced at Macworld San Francisco next month.

Here is the list of final games:

1. Escort Wing (William Hogben, Stephen Johnson) 8.72
2. Nball (Matteo Guarnieri) 8.28
3. MacBornes (Alexandre Colucci) 8.27
4. Tracktor Beam (Will Thimbleby) 7.88
5. Pawns (Matt Diamond) 7.86
6. Pakimono (Joachim Ante, Aras Pranckevicius, Raimund Schumach) 7.81
Congratulations to the six finalists, and especially IMG's Matt Diamond, for making the cut. The winners are to receive a variety of prizes and cash, courtesy of Freeverse Software. To download these and the other games, head over to the OMG Cup download page now.

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