Everybody's Gone to the Rapture
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Everybody's Gone to the Rapture led the pack at Baftas

An indie title - Everybody's Gone to the Rapture - won three times at this year's British Academy Games Awards.

It walked away with the game innovation, music and performer prizes.

However, it missed out on the top award - best game - despite having had 10 nominations, the most of any title.

The developer, Brighton-based The Chinese Room, has created a quirky experience that involves the player trying to find out what happened to the inhabitants of an abandoned English village.

Ahead of the ceremony, the Chinese Room's co-founder Jessica Curry explained its appeal to the Today programme's John Humphrys.

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