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BAFTA Children’s Awards: Super Mario Maker And Pokémon GO Nominated

The nominees for the British Academy Children’s Awards have been announced and there’s a couple of Nintendo related games in the running this year. The Pokemon Company’s ultra popular AR application Pokémon GO is one of the games and Nintendo’s Super Mario Maker being the other.

The British Academy of Film and Television Arts has today announced the shortlist of films, television programmes and games for this year’s BAFTA Kids’ Vote.

The BAFTA Kids’ Vote is the only award category to be voted for by the public. The winners will be revealed at the British Academy Children’s Awards at the Roundhouse in Camden on Sunday 20 November.

This year’s BAFTA Kids’ Vote shortlists are as follows:

  •  Crossy Road
  • Disney Infinity 3.0
  • FIFA 16
  • Just Dance 2016
  • Lego Dimensions
  • Minecraft
  • Pokémon GO
  • Skylanders: SuperChargers
  • Super Mario Maker
  • Lego Star Wars: The Force Awakens

The BAFTA Kids’ Vote is the chance for younger audiences to have their say on the most popular family films, television shows and games over the past year. It gives children aged between seven and 14 the opportunity to award the content that has engaged them and captured their imagination.

 

14 comments

  1. ||FIFA 16 = Human Children = BAFTA Awards nominee = Xbox/Playstation = Xbots and Sonyans = Childish = My logic is undeniable…||

    1. Real life soccer is awesome to play though. One of the few things I like even more than video games. Oh, and before you ask, soccer, or futbol, is a game where two teams try to kick a ball into their opponents goal, which is a giant net.

        1. Well futbol is Spanish. It means soccer. Or football. Not to be confused with American football. Fut by itself, well, I’m not sure there is such a word.

          1. ||Humans and their strange languages, it should have been Piebol in spanish, unless Fut is something similar in meaning to foot…||

              1. ||Probably, perhaps Sylux knows as he has some more knowledge about Spanish than I do, Pie = Foot in Spanish…||

                1. Oh. Is there another word in Spanish for foot? I took Spanish for a few years and think I might have learned a different word. Or maybe I just never learned the word for foot.

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