We won a TIGA Award for Tearaway Unfolded!

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Yesterday evening, a small group of lady Molecules got dressed up in our finest finery and headed out to London for the TIGA Awards!

Held in the beautiful venue of Christ Church in Spitalfields, the evening was filled with bumping into industry friends, eating delicious food, lots of laughter and... winning an award!


The impressive and beautiful Christ Church at Spitalfields

Tearaway Unfolded was up for a number of awards including Game by a Small Studio, Creative Gameplay, Audio Design and Visual Design along with a nomination for In-house Studio. We were incredibly honoured to be nominated alongside so many fantastic games and studios and it was wonderful to watch friends and fellow industry folk receive well-deserved awards throughout the night.


Massive congratulations to our friends Testology who picked up the Best QA Provider Award!

Luci, Jamie, Michelle, Gem, Jo and Jenny at the TIGA Awards

The Molecule ladies - Michelle, Jo, Gem, Jamie, Jenny and Luci

Michelle, Gem and Jo smile for a photo!

We won the Visual Design award and we are all so overjoyed and humbled to have won this category! The team here have all worked incredibly hard on this project, and in particular the visuals, bringing the world of Tearaway to life through our paper engine which was built entirely in-house by our very talented coding team. We couldn’t have done this without the love, dedication and passion from everyone at Media Molecule, and the wonderful support from everyone at Sony too. So this award goes out to all of you wonderful folks, we love you!

Michelle, Gem, Jo, Luci, Jamie and Jenny with our award

Very proud Molecules, just after we won our award!

Testology also won an award that night

Celebrating with our pals from Testology and past Molecule Kenny <3

If you haven't picked up Tearaway Unfolded yet, it's currently on sale in the PlayStation Store for just £15.99, we'd love to see what you think of our papery adventure:


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