CODiE Awards 1992: Lemmings, Civilization, SimAnt
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In 1992 two major hits saw the light: Lemmings and Civilization. Both spawned countless sequels, still published to this day.
If you were a fan of combat flight simulations, Secret Weapons of the Luftwaffe (by LucasGames) was the obvious choice.
And let's not forget SimAnt, one of the weirdest (in a good way) simulations ever created by Maxis. Maybe simulating cities, farms, planet Earth was not enough.
On the adventure front, the only one winning an award was Martian Memorandum. A good game, but far from (almost) anything by LucasGames or Sierra On-Line).Last but not least, the lastest incarnation of Carmen Sandiego won the award again and Links was the golf game to play in 1992.
And here's the list of all the CODiE Awards for 1992.
- Lemmings Best Action/Arcade Program
- Lemmings Best Entertainment Program
- Links Championship Courses Best Sports Program
- Martian Memorandum Best Fantasy Role Playing/Adventure Program
- Secret Weapons of the Luftwaffe Best Consumer Program
- Sid Meier's Civilization Best Consumer Program
- Sid Meier's Civilization Best Entertainment Program
- Sid Meier's Civilization Best Strategy Program
- SimAnt Best Educational Tool Program
- SimAnt Best Simulation Program
- Where in America's Past in Carmen Sandiego? Best Home Learning Program