Jason Roberts’ Gorogoa was the top pick at the Good Game Club showcase in San Francisco last week, winning a professional-level developer license from Unity. Gorogoa is a meticulously hand-illustrated game where players arrange windows of different vistas – in a grid or on top of each other – to reveal connections and advance the story. There’s a demo on Roberts’ website. Gorogoa is due out by mid-2014 for PC and Mac, before hitting mobile devices.
Good Game Club’s two guest judges – one of whom was Joystiq’s own bossman, Ludwig Kietzmann – gave Gorogoa the win. Showcase attendees chose Action Button Entertainment’s multiplayer mash-up Videoball as the top game, beating out the 23 other projects. Videoball wins a GeForce graphics card from Nvidia.
Good Game Club took place on November 13 in San Francisco. More information about a 2014 showcase is incoming.