Outstanding Worldbuilding of 2022 - Author's Choice - an IFDB Poll

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This poll is part of the 2022 IFDB Awards. The rules for the competition can be found here, and a list of all categories can be found here.

This award is for the game with the best worldbuilding of 2022. Voting is anonymous and open only to IFDB members who have authored a game and linked it to their profile. Votes by non-authors will be periodically removed.

Eligible games include only those in the following search:

If a game published in 2022 does not appear in this search, please edit the game page to include the correct publication year.

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The Archivist and the Revolution, by Autumn Chen
7 votes

Computerfriend, by Kit Riemer
5 votes

The Fall of Asemia, by B.J. Best
4 votes

The Spectators, by Amanda Walker
3 votes

According to Cain, by Jim Nelson
2 votes

Things that Happened in Houghtonbridge, by Dee Cooke
2 votes

Digit, by Joey Acrimonious
2 votes

Admiration Point, by Rachel Helps
2 votes

January, by litrouke
2 votes

Prism, by Eliot M.B. Howard
1 vote

The Euripides Enigma, by Larry Horsfield
1 vote

Lady Thalia and the Rose of Rocroi, by Emery Joyce and N. Cormier
1 vote

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