NAPPA, the American National Parenting Publications Awards, have announced their 2008 award winners in a range of categories. One category covers computer games and web-sites. Winners this year include a number of virtual worlds: Club Penguin; Moshi Monsters (which Derek Robertson introduced me to) and Whyville amongst them. Other winners include the likes of BoomBlox – an explosive form of Jenga for the Wii – and ArtRage which is a nice little digital paint application that uses a range of effects to bring computer illustration much closer to traditional paints and pastels.
Full set of category winners here.