German Children's Software Award TOMMI: The Winners 2021 Have Been Determined

After extensive testing: More than 1,600 children and young people decided on this year's winners of the German Children's Software Award TOMMI. More than 50 games and educational products were put through their paces in around 20 libraries in Germany, Austria and Switzerland. The TOMMI has been awarded every year since 2002 to high-quality digital games and educational offerings for children in order to make them known to a wider audience.

Like last year, the 20th award ceremony was broadcast live on KiKA and can still be watched for four weeks on

These are the first places in the following categories:

  • Console: Super Mario 3D World & Bowser's Fury
  • PC: Fling To The Finish
  • App: The Olchis - tower building for kids
  • Electronic Toy: DKT- Smart
  • Education: Investnuts
  • USK 12: It Takes Two

All other winners and nominees can be found on the TOMMI website.

New: Games & Accessibility

For the first time at the German Children's Software Award TOMMI, ten nominated PC games were tested for their accessibility in close cooperation with the inclusive project of the Fachstelle für Jugendmedienkultur NRW Gaming ohne Grenzen. Twenty young people with and without disabilities tested which games were suitable for this purpose. Townscaper" by Raw Fury was particularly convincing.

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