Sissy's Magical Ponycorn Adventures
Perhaps the most offbeat nominee at this year's awards is Sissy's Magical Ponycorn Adventures, a game designed for the web, iPad and Blackberry Playbook by Toronto-based Untold Entertainment founder Ryan Creighton and his five-year-old daughter Cassie. The game features the titular character's search for ponycorns - a cross between a pony and unicorn - and uses Cassie's artwork and voice acting. It's up for two awards: best social/casual game and best new character.
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