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BAFTA Interactive Entertainment Awards

 

BAFTA Interactive Entertainment Awards

The British Academy of Film and Television Arts (BAFTA) annually hosted the BAFTA Interactive Entertainment Awards[1][2] for multimedia entertainment between 1998 and 2003.

In 2003 BAFTA announced the award would be split into two separate ceremonies - BAFTA Interactive Awards and BAFTA Games Awards - to take place in February the following year.[3]

The 2004 ceremonies were held on the 1st and 2 March 2005, after which the Interactive Awards were quietly retired, leaving only the Games Awards to return in October 2006.

Contents

  • Accessibility 1
  • Audio (awarded as 'Sound' pre-2002) 2
  • Best UK Developer 3
  • Children's 4
  • Children's Entertainment 5
  • Children's Learning 6
  • Comedy 7
  • Computer Programming 8
  • Design 9
  • E-Zine 10
  • Enhancement of Linear Media 11
  • Entertainment Website 12
  • Factual 13
  • Games 14
  • Games - Console 15
  • Games - Mobile Device 16
  • Games - Multiplayer 17
  • Games - Networked 18
  • Games - PC 19
  • Game - Sports 20
  • Innovative Game 21
  • Interactive Arts 22
  • Interactive TV 23
  • Interactivity 24
  • Interface Design 25
  • Learning 26
  • Lifestyle And Leisure 27
  • Moving Images 28
  • Music 29
  • News 30
  • Offline Learning 31
  • Online Entertainment 32
  • Online Learning 33
  • Special Awards 34
  • Sports & Leisure 35
  • Technical Innovation 36
  • Notes 37

Accessibility

2002 : I-Map (website)
2001 : (not awarded)
2000 : (not awarded)
1999 : (not awarded)
1998 : (not awarded)

Audio (awarded as 'Sound' pre-2002)

2002 : Luigi's Mansion (for Nintendo GameCube)
2001 : Conker's Bad Fur Day (for Nintendo 64)
2000 : Theme Park World (for PC)
1999 : Grand Theft Auto: London, 1969
1998 : Ceremony of Innocence

Best UK Developer

2002 : (not awarded)
2001 : (not awarded)
2000 : BBC Online
1999 : (not awarded)
1998 : Rare

Children's

2002 : (multiple categories)
2001 : (multiple categories)
2000 : (multiple categories)
1999 : Noddy - Let's Get Ready For School
1998 : Star Wars Droidworks

Children's Entertainment

2002 : Disney's Magic Artist Deluxe (for PC)
2001 : Disney's Tigger's Honey Hunt (for PC)
2000 : Lego & Steven Spielberg Moviemaker Set (Multi Format)
1999 : (awarded as single category 'Children's')
1998 : (awarded as single category 'Children's')

Children's Learning

2002 : Frankie's Animal Adventures (for PC)
2001 : Immaterial Bodies (for PC)
2000 : Lego & Steven Spielberg Moviemaker Set (Multi Format)
1999 : (awarded as single category 'Children's')
1998 : (awarded as single category 'Children's')

Comedy

2002 : (not awarded)
2001 : (not awarded)
2000 : (not awarded)
1999 : (not awarded)
1998 : MindGym

Computer Programming

2002 : (not awarded)
2001 : (not awarded)
2000 : (not awarded)
1999 : Aliens versus Predator (video game)
1998 : Gran Turismo

Design

2002 : (not awarded)
2001 : (not awarded)
2000 : (not awarded)
1999 : Wip3out
1998 : ShiftControl

E-Zine

2002 : Wellness Heaven Awards
2001 : (not awarded)
2000 : (not awarded)
1999 : The BirdGuides website
1998 : (not awarded)

Enhancement of Linear Media

2002 : Memento (DVD)
2001 : Walking With Beasts (Interactive TV)
2000 : BBC Wimbledon / Golf Sports Coverage (Digital TV)
1999 : (not awarded)
1998 : (not awarded)

Entertainment Website

2002 : (not awarded)
2001 : Tiny Planets (website)
2000 : Cartoon Network UK (website)
1999 : Jamba
1998 : (not awarded)

Factual

2002 : Time Team (website)
2001 : Marconi Online Museum (website)
2000 : BBC History Site (website)
1999 : CNN.com/Coldwar
1998 : Redshift 3

Games

2002 : (multiple categories)
2001 : (multiple categories)
2000 : (multiple categories)
1999 : The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time
1998 : GoldenEye 007

Games - Console

2002 : Halo: Combat Evolved (for Xbox)
2001 : Gran Turismo 3: A-Spec (for PlayStation 2)
2000 : MediEvil II (for PlayStation)
1999 : (awarded as single category 'Games')
1998 : (awarded as single category 'Games')

Games - Mobile Device

2002 : SMS Chess (for mobile phone)
2001 : Tony Hawk's Pro Skater 2 (for Game Boy Advance)
2000 : Pokémon: Yellow Version: Special Pikachu Edition (for Game Boy Color)
1999 : (awarded as single category 'Games')
1998 : (awarded as single category 'Games')

Games - Multiplayer

2002 : Halo: Combat Evolved (for Xbox)
2001 : (not awarded)
2000 : (not awarded)
1999 : (awarded as single category 'Games')
1998 : (awarded as single category 'Games')

Games - Networked

2002 : (not awarded)
2001 : Phantasy Star Online (for Dreamcast)
2000 : (awarded as 'Games - Mobile or Networked)
1999 : (awarded as single category 'Games')
1998 : (awarded as single category 'Games')

Games - PC

2002 : Neverwinter Nights (for PC)
2001 : Max Payne (for PC)
2000 : Deus Ex (for PC)
1999 : (awarded as single category 'Games')
1998 : (awarded as single category 'Games')

Game - Sports

2002 : Geoff Crammond's Grand Prix 4 (for PC)
2001 : ISS Pro Evolution 2
2000 : Sydney 2000 (for PC or Dreamcast)
1999 : (awarded as single category 'Games')
1998 : (awarded as single category 'Games')

Innovative Game

2002 : (not awarded)
2001 : (not awarded)
2000 : (not awarded)
1999 : The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time
1998 : (not awarded)

Interactive Arts

2002 : Body Movies
2001 : Sodaplay (website)
2000 : Watched And Measured
1999 : (not awarded)
1998 : (not awarded)

Interactive TV

2002 : MTV Ad-Break Tennis
2001 : (not awarded)
2000 : (not awarded)
1999 : (not awarded)
1998 : (not awarded)

Interactivity

2002 : Pikmin (for Nintendo GameCube)
2001 : Black and White (for PC)
2000 : Onlinecaroline.com (website)
1999 : The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time
1998 : Stagestruck (awarded as 'Interactive Treatment')

Interface Design

2002 : Habitat (website)
2001 : Eyes Only (for PC)
2000 : MTV2 (website)
1999 : (not awarded)
1998 : (not awarded)

Learning

2002 : (multiple categories)
2001 : (multiple categories)
2000 : Immaterial Bodies
1999 : Masters of the Elements
1998 : Lifting the Weight

Lifestyle And Leisure

2002 : (not awarded)
2001 : FreQuency (for PlayStation 2)
2000 : (not awarded)
1999 : (not awarded)
1998 : (not awarded)

Moving Images

2002 : (not awarded)
2001 : Black and White (for PC)
2000 : Perfect Dark (for Nintendo 64)
1999 : Driver
1998 : Ceremony of Innocence

Music

2002 : (not awarded)
2001 : Shogun Total War: Warlord Edition (for PC)
2000 : Imperium Galactica II (for PC)
1999 : (not awarded)
1998 : (not awarded)

News

2002 : (not awarded)
2001 : BBC News Online (website)
2000 : BBC News Online (website)
1999 : BBC News Online (website)
1998 : BBC News Online (website)

Offline Learning

2002 : Antarctic Waves (for PC)
2001 : (not awarded)
2000 : (not awarded)
1999 : (awarded as single category 'Learning')
1998 : (awarded as single category 'Learning')

Online Entertainment

2002 : Lexus Minority Report Experience (website)
2001 : (not awarded)
2000 : (not awarded)
1999 : (not awarded)
1998 : (not awarded)

Online Learning

2002 : Commanding Heights Online (website)
2001 : Grid Club (website)
2000 : Homework High (website)
1999 : (awarded as single category 'Learning')
1998 : (awarded as single category 'Learning')

Special Awards

2002 : Ian Livingstone (BAFTA Interactive Award)
2001 :Championship Manager: Season 00/01 (for PC) (amazon.co.uk Award)
2000 : David Bowie (Berners-Lee Award)
1999 : Toby Gard & Paul Douglas (artist) (Berners-Lee Award)
1998 : Peter Kindersley (Berners-Lee Award)

Sports & Leisure

2002 : The Famous Grouse Experience
2001 : (not awarded)
2000 : (not awarded)
1999 : (not awarded)
1998 : (not awarded)

Technical Innovation

2002 : Tate Multimedia Tours
2001 : SSEYO Koan Interactive Audio Platform
2000 : Sketchaphone (WAP/website)
1999 : (not awarded)
1998 : (not awarded)

Notes

  1. ^ Bafta plugs into interactive awards (BBC News, October 7, 1998)
  2. ^ UK Interactive industry comes of age (BBC News, October 30, 1998)
  3. ^ Multimedia's best in Bafta battle (BBC News, 1 December 2003)
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