Our game took home a Shareware Industry Award from SIC 2007.
Pretty Good MahJongg was named the ‘Best Non-Action Game‘ by members of the shareware industry. The Shareware Industry Award was presented at the Software Industry Conference in Denver. This was the first such recognition for Pretty Good MahJongg.
I was in attendance at the awards banquet and accepted the award on behalf of Goodsol Development and Thomas Warfield, the producer. In addition to Thomas and myself (programmer/designer), others involved in the development and support of the program are Rick Tumanis, lead artist, Tom Sloper, consulting expert, Anne Warfield, customer support, and Martha Seward (Freelance Works), marketing assistance. I thanked them all, as well as the SIAF (Shareware Industry Awards Foundation), the ASP (Association of Shareware Professionals), and my family.
For more information about the latest version of our game, see Pretty Good MahJongg 2.32.
To read more about my experience at the conference, see these recent posts:
- Software Industry Conference 2007 preview
- SIC 2007 Diary, Day Zero
- SIC 2007 Diary, Day One
- SIC 2007 Diary, Day Two
- SIC 2007 Diary, Day Three
- SIC 2007 Diary, Day Last
If you want to know what I have been up to since then, stay tuned…