Two games funded by London-based Channel 4 have been honored with British Interactive Media Association Awards. Zombie Cow's sex education game, Privates won in the games category, and Littlecloud's political awareness title The Curfew won in the Educational & Outreach and Motion Graphics category. Littlecloud had six nominations in various categories, and Zombie Cow garnered three.
"It was nice just to be nominated for three BIMA awards (Games, Originality and Effectiveness)," Zombie Cow's Dan Marshall on the company web site. "but to walk away with the one we honestly thought we had no chance of winning was a shock second only to the completely-true story of being charged five pounds for a can of 'Red Stripe Lager' at the bar. Honestly! Five pounds!"
The full list of British Interactive Media Association Award winners is available here. Privates was denied certification for release on Xbox Live earlier this year due to its strong sexual content. The game is available for free on the PC.