I am totally flattered, flattened and positively flabbergasted. The game I have been working on the past three years has won the prestigious German Game Awards’ category Best Children’s Game. This is not the first award or the first nomination, I am proud to say. The jury’s reasoning is incredible as it not recognizes my team’s effort to create a meaningful game that challenges both children and adults with a difficult topic that is often omitted among consumer products for young audiences. This award is very important for us because the prize is comparable to grant or funding and it helps us immensely to work on a new game.