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Handiwork Games has been nominated for TWO Awards in this year’s ENnies.
The ENnie Awards are an annual celebration of excellence in tabletop role-playing games. They are peoples’ choice awards, giving well-deserved recognition to game designers, writers, and artists. The shortlists can now be found here, and the online gaming public will vote for the final winners.
Handiwork Games’ campaign setting BEOWULF: Age of Heroes has been nominated for BEST ELECTRONIC BOOK, and our a|state RPG primer, Nicely, Done, has been nominated for BEST FREE GAME/PRODUCT.
In 2020, Handiwork Games’ The Hermit’s Sanctuary, a free sample adventure for BEOWULF: Age of Heroes 5e campaign setting, was nominated for two ENnie Awards – Best Electronic Book and Best Free Game.
Based on the Blades in the Dark system, and with its second edition now funding on Kickstarter, cult hit a|state has also seen previous success – the first edition was nominated for Best Game and Best Graphic Design in 2004.
Handiwork owner and team leader Jon Hodgson says, “I’m bowled over that we’ve been nominated for more ENnies. It’s a real testament to the hard work and creative commitment that everyone working at Handiwork Games puts in, and we’re really delighted to be nominated. All our games are an absolute labor of love, and it’s wonderful to see that recognized. Congratulations to our fellow nominees, and thank you to the judges and ENnies organizers. We really appreciate it.”
A great big thank you to all of our GMs, players, followers, and supporters – you’ve all helped make this happen!