One of our titles is nominated for an Epsilon Award.
This year, Most Popular Solitaire 2.0, has been nominated for an Epsilon Award, the software award associated with the European Software Conference, which takes place November 7-8, 2009, in Berlin (Germany, in case anybody is confused about that).
Unlike other software awards, there are no categories here; only one award is presented each year. This year (again) there are 25 nominees, and our product is the only game title nominated. Accordingly, we would appreciate your vote.
Today is the last day of voting, so please vote (for us).
On the voting page, you will find the following description:
Most Popular Solitaire 2.0 by Goodsol Development, Inc. Most Popular Solitaire is a collection of only the 30 best and most popular solitaire games (selected from a collection of hundred of different varieties). There are versions for both Windows and Mac OS X, with combined high score charts and interchangeable save games. Its great popularity in Windows is even surpassed on the Mac, where it has been in the Top 20 at the Apple Store since its release. http://www.moposol.com/ Gregg Seelhoff
Voting is basically open to anybody and everybody (i.e., the “public”), so if you are reading this, you probably qualify. To vote, simply go to this page, click on the (above) graphic with “[VOTE]” superimposed, and follow the instructions.
(Note that I would have included a ‘Nominated for the Epsilon Award’ image here, too, except that they are only available for 2006-2008, and those are really, really ugly.)