This Sub-Award goes to the designer who makes not only excellent games of rules and settings, but makes excellent games that are imminently readable and catchy to the eye. It could be through primarily layout and desktop publishing skills, followed by the use of art (not necessarily the best art, just art used to maximize the effect of the layout), innovative or creative new methods of game layout, clarity and readability of the text, materials used in the construction of the game, or, in the case of PDF games, the most effective use of all the features of PDF publishing. This award goes to the game or supplement that shows off the best "Mad Graphical Design and Layout Skillz".
How could Fall of Magic not win for best production?
Fall of Magic's carefully designed, locally-sourced materials and components really are magical.
Two words: map scroll.
Giant scrolls for the win!
Between the exquisitely precise art, period appropriate layout, and lush printing, Night Witches captures the essence of the East Front.
Top notch production from Bully Pulpit again.
A beautiful, unique style along with rock solid graphic design of the book and all the support and play materials.
So gloriously produced. I adore the physical look and feel of this whole thing. A+.
Excellence of Execution.
Amazing art, graphic design, and a phenomenally attractive hard back edition make this game a real pleasure to look at and interact with.
I loved the design choices and the cultural allusions they give.
I am a sucker for the tacky
The 14 Days boxed set is the perfect way to communicate the games themes to its intended audience.