New Voices in Gaming Scholarship
In 2019, our co-founder Catherine Croft was awarded a scholarship to attend the Tabletop Network Conference, a retreat featuring world famous board game designers.
Rising Star, Women in Toys
In 2017 our co-founder Catherine Croft was nominated for the Rising Star Award by Women in Toys and was honored at a gala at Toy Fair in New York City.
Smithsonian American Art Museum (SAAM)
In 2020, the SAAM Arcade Indie Developer Showcase selected Starsmith, designed by our co-founder Catherine Croft. This exhibit honored the 100th anniversary of the ratification of the 19th Amendment, granting women suffrage. Featured games explored the role of women in affecting major change in society, the political sphere, and the gaming industry.
Gold, Silver, Bronze - Serious Play Awards
This annual international recognition program honors outstanding tabletop games used for education or training. We've won multiple awards during 2017-2019:
Gold - Cycles
Silver - Will it [BLANK]?
Bronze - Tacto, Crazy Cats, Insect Intersection, Alembic
Silver, Bronze, Seal - Imagination Gaming Awards
The Imagination Gaming Awards recognize games that consist of great content, mechanics, and design. They are bestowed on games that, while primarily engaging and fun, are not necessarily designed for education.
From 2017-2019, we won multiple awards:
Silver - Insect Intersection
Bronze - Tacto, Crazy Cats
Seal - Alembic
Round 2, Duke Start-Up Challenge
In the 2015-16 competition, Catlilli Games was selected for Round 2 of the Duke Startup Challenge (Alumni Track), for which we created an Indiegogo campaign. Over 500 alumni serve as judges, ranking the start-ups on their products and business plans. Our co-founder Catherine Croft graduated from Duke in 1999.
Washington Post/1776 inGENuitY Pitch Contest