PRLog - May 30, 2014 - HYDERABAD, India -- Petite, an ambient game developed by Seven Summits Studio has won the award for Best Story at Casual Connect Asia 2014 held in Singapore. Following their win at the Microsoft Imagine Cup Finals held in New Delhi, India, Seven Summits was nominated at Casual Connect for the Indie Prize Awards, a platform for the best independent games around the world where it won in the Best Game Story category from over 80 developers from around the world. Asar Dhandala and Vishesh Chopra received the award for Petite, which follows the story of a girl from birth to adulthood, following the choices she makes through life, and the emotions she experiences.
Petite revolves around the life of a woman, focusing on key points in her life that define her as a person. Every level is a new experience, where players unlock the memory of the event using the emotions to control the 'memory spherules'.
The development team for Petite are Designer/ Programmer Asar Dhandala, a student of Backstage Pass Institute of Gaming and Technology, the writer, Vishesh Chopra and their mentors Shailesh Prabhu and Nawaz Dhandala.
Casual Connect is an event that attracts more than 5500 professionals from the gaming industry each year, furthering casual and independent gaming by providing developers and designers a platform from which they showcase their work to publishers from around the world.
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