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The Family Gamer TV Awards FGA suggests ideal games for different family age-groups: Infants, Juniors, Students, Workers, Parents and Seniors.

You can now vote for your Family Game of the Year 2012 and have a chance of winning a 200 bundle of PS3 family games.

Vote for Family Game of the Year 2012

Vote for the Family Game of the Year 2012 and get a chance to win a 1000 bundle of PS3, Xbox and Wii consoles and games.

5 Ways to Vote and Win: Each of the following counts as one entry, the more you do the more chance you have:

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  2. Vote: Select your one favourite Family Game of the Year nominee from the list below and click link to add a comment/tweet stating why you chose this game. (Include your YouTube/Twitter.)
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Win 1000 PS3, Xbox, Wii consoles:

  • Star Prize: 500 Kinect Nike + Bundle:
    • Xbox 360 4GB Kinect Pack RRP 249.99
    • Nike + Training 39.99
    • LIVE Membership 39.99
    • Plus 120 Xbox games
  • 160 PS3 Move Bundle:
    • Kung Fu Riders RRP 15.99
    • Sorcery RRP 29.99
    • House of Dead Overkill RRP 29.99
    • Michael Jackson The Experience RRP 19.99
    • Puma After Hours Athletes RRP 29.99
    • John Daly's Prostroke Golf RRP 19.99
    • Mel B Get Fit Move RRP 19.99
  • 230 PS3 Slim Wonderbook Pack:
    • PS3 Slim 14GB 149.99
    • Move and PS3 Eye Camera 49.99
    • Wonderbook: Book of Spells 29.99
  • 220 Skylanders Giants Wii bundle:
    • Wii with Wii-Sports pack 129.99
    • Giants Starter Pack 59.99
    • Crusher 14.99
    • Prism Break Lightcore 11.99

Start: 12th December 2012
Finish: 12pm 31st January 2013.
Winner: The game with the most comments wins.
Prize: Random voters will be chosen to win the above 1000 360/PS3/Wii bundles.

Vote for Infant Game of the Year (3 to 6 yrs)
The best games for toddlers, very-young children and pre-school kids from 3 to 6 years old. These games work with the basics of play and should easily engage the super young players in our families. Simple and easy controls and bright colours engage young players in some educational and informative games.
Vote for Juniors Game of the Year (7 to 11 yrs)
The best games for primary school, junior and young children aged from 7 to 11 years old. These games provide experiences that connect with a basic joy of discovery and play. Although still simplistic they engage with a wide range of basic principles.
Vote for Teen Game of the Year (12 to 15 yrs)
The best games for secondary, high-school, teenagers, adolescent kids and young-adults aged from 12 to 15 years old. These games provide thrilling experiences that major on brash, loud (sometimes busty) protagonists and aim to connect with the students in our families.
Vote for Student Game of the Year (16 to 17 yrs)
The best games for secondary, high-school, teenagers, adolescent kids and young-adults aged from 16 to 17 years old. These games provide thrilling experiences that major on brash, loud (sometimes busty) protagonists and aim to connect with the students in our families.
Vote for Worker Game of the Year (18 and over)
The best games for those with full time jobs, workers, 9-to-5-ers, employed hard-core gamers 18 years and over. These games provide more of a challenge in both dexterity and problem solving. They are often more about strong single player experiences that hard working hard core gamers. Although these are often longer experiences that are also ideal to switch off and chill out after a long day at the office.
Vote for Parent Game of the Year
The best games for parents, mums, dads, carers, aunties and uncles. These games connect with the gamer on a more mature level. Story driven and often open ended, the experiences here provide space to play with complex issues and engage in moral dilemmas. Either that or to escape the grind of the work/home balance.
Vote for Grandparent Game of the Year
The best games for grandparents, older, senior, grown-up, mature, retired and wiser people. These games provide a slightly slower, although no less challenging experience. Time and consideration are of the essence as our most senior gamers enjoy interacting with other players and perfecting their approach.

Competitions also linked on Loquax Competitions, ThePrizeFinder - UK Competitions, Compaholics, Competition List and Crazy Compers.