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GamingonPhone Awards 2023 winners are announced

Did your pick clinch the title?

As another year comes to a close, we are excited to announce the GamingonPhone Awards 2023 winners, thanks to your participation in Nominating the Finalists by picking your favorite mobile game choices for the year across multiple categories, it has been a thrilling end to a great year filled with games.

Choosing the best from 15 categories and 90+ Nominees is like trying to pick the perfect pizza topping with a group of friends as everyone has their favorite, strong opinions, and you just hope nobody suggests pineapple to avoid a heated debate! Umm, sorry if that was a bad joke, but where’s the fun in serious talk? Okay, time for the showdown. So, are you ready to jump in for the results?

Before we start with the results, we would like to thank our title sponsor ZiMAD, an American game developer and publisher with headquarters in Miami, who has joined us as our title sponsor. ZiMAD is known for Magic Jigsaw Puzzles (150M+ downloads), Puzzle Villa, and Domino (PVP board game).

1. Game Of The Year

Winner: Arena Breakout

Drumrolls! Arena Breakout emerges victorious, clinching home the title of Game Of The Year at the GamingonPhone Awards 2023. All the nine nominees were brilliant in being one of the best in their respective genre, but Arena Breakout was indeed a “breakout” among these biggies.

Other nominees for the GamingonPhone’s Game Of The Year award:

2. On-going Game of the Year

Winner: Black Desert Mobile

Black Desert Mobile has managed to stand tall as the beacon of continuous excellence, and for that achievement, has been crowned as the On-going Game Of The Year. Since its release in 2019, the game has been getting constant and quality updates from Peral Abyss, making it as popular as its PC counterpart, Black Desert Online.

Other nominees for the GamingonPhone’s On-going Game Of The Year award:

3. Indie Game of the Year

Winner: Vendir: Plague of Lies

From the indie alleys to the winner’s stage, Vendir: Plague of Lies steals the spotlight as the Indie Game Of The Year. Thanks for lifting the spirit of indie gaming! This game shows a true example of what a small studio can do.

Other nominees for the GamingonPhone’s Indie Game of the Year award:

4. Premium Game Of The Year

Winner: Pocket City 2

The best purchase pick! Pocket City 2 claims the throne as the Premium Game Of The Year. It could not have been better, a big value for a small fee!

Other nominees for the GamingonPhone’s Premium Game Of The Year award:

5. Innovative Game Of The Year

Winner: Peridot

Peridot wins the Innovative Game Of The Year, demonstrating that groundbreaking ideas and unique gameplay can truly change the playing perspective. Ignoring those cute dots isn’t easy!

Other nominees for the GamingonPhone’s Innovative Game Of The Year award:

6. Mobile Game Developer Of The Year

Winner: HoYoverse

HoYoverse, the wizard behind amazing experiences such as Genshin Impact and Honkai: Star Rail, takes a bow as the Mobile Game Developer Of The Year.

Other nominees for the GamingonPhone’s Mobile Game Developer Of The Year award:

7. Mobile Game Publisher Of The Year

Winner: Tilting Point

Tilting Point takes home the Mobile Game Publisher Of The Year. They’ve proven that every game needs a stage, and they know how to get one to your mobile screens.

Other nominees for the GamingonPhone’s Mobile Game Publisher Of The Year award:

8. Mobile Game Community Of The Year

Winner: Genshin Impact

Genshin Impact stands tall as one of the most played games and thanks to their ever-expanding community that stands active, they are GamingonPhone’s Mobile Game Community Of The Year.

Other nominees for the GamingonPhone’s Mobile Game Community Of The Year award:

9. Apple Arcade Game of the Year

Winner: Hello Kitty: Island Adventure

Meow’s the time to celebrate as Hello Kitty: Island Adventure pounces into the spotlight, claiming the title of Apple Arcade Game Of The Year.

Other nominees for the GamingonPhone’s Apple Arcade Game of the Year award:

10. Netflix Game of the Year

Winner: Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Shredders Revenge

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GamingonPhone’s Netflix Game Of The Year

Backed by a popular IP and engaging gameplay, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Shredder’s Revenge clinches the title of the Netflix Game Of The Year.

Other nominees for the GamingonPhone’s Netflix Game of the Year award:

  • Valiant Hearts Coming Home
  • Raji: An Ancient Epic
  • Cut The Rope Daily
  • Sonic Prime Dash
  • Terra Nil

11. Visual Spectacle of the Year

Winner: Reverse: 1999

Among the beautifully crafted eye-catching titles, Reverse: 1999 takes the stage as the Visual Spectacle Of The Year. It was a tough competition indeed but that allowed us to pick a deserved winner.

Other nominees for the GamingonPhone’s Visual Spectacle of the Year award:

12. Mobile Game Adaptation of the Year

Winner: Black Clover M: Rise of the Wizard

Fans of the Japanese manga and anime series, Assemble! Black Clover M: Rise of the Wizard casts a winning spell as the Mobile Game Adaptation Of The Year, crediting a journey that seamlessly translates from screen to mobile gaming experience.

Other nominees for the GamingonPhone’s Mobile Game Adaptation of the Year award:

13. Most Anticipated Game Of The Year

Winner: Devil May Cry: Peak of Combat

Devil May Cry: Peak of Combat stands triumphant as the Most Anticipated Game Of The Year. Of course, we will be getting a full-fledged taste of the game next year, so wait!

Other nominees for the GamingonPhone’s Most Anticipated Game Of The Year award:

14. Mobile Esports Game Of The Year

Winner: Mobile Legends: Bang Bang

In the arena of mobile esports, one game reigns supreme, Mobile Legends: Bang Bang (MLBB) and they emerge as the Mobile Esports Game Of The Year. With its massive success with MSC and M5 World Championship in 2023, MLBB has proven to be the benchmark setter.

Other nominees for the GamingonPhone’s Mobile Esports Game Of The Year award:

15. Players’ Choice Game Of The Year

Winner: Honkai: Star Rail

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GamingonPhone’s Players’ Choice Mobile Game Of The Year 2023

We gave the power in your hands, and you have decided! We received close to 35,000 votes in total and the choice is clear as Honkai: Star Rail is the People’s Champion, claiming the coveted title of Players’ Choice Game Of The Year.

Other nominees for the GamingonPhone’s Players’ Choice Game Of The Year award:

And with that, we must bring our awards ceremony to a close. As much as we’ve enjoyed celebrating excellence in these categories, next year promises to be an even grander spectacle as we set our sights on introducing more categories and nominees. Brace yourselves for a plethora of games landing on our devices, making the GamingonPhone Awards 2024 an even more extraordinary event!

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