The nominees for the International Mobile Gaming Awards have been released and there are many to go through. The 9th annual IMGA, which consists of a jury of 15 press and industry leaders, selected 57 games across six different categories. Click through to find out what was nominated!

The jurors narrowed their selections down from the over 600 games that were submitted for 2012. According to IMGA founder Maarten Noyons:

This year’s submissions have been quite exceptional. We have never seen such a broad spectrum of games genres in the submissions. For two days the jury has reviewed hard core triple A games, poetic indie games, educational games and a growing number of narrative games. Developers worldwide are bringing ever-increasing standards of quality and originality to gamers across the globe. All 57 nominated games are worth exploring.

This year's nominees are spread across five different categories -- Excellence in Innovation, Excellence in Visuals, Excellence in Gameplay, Excellence in Storytelling, Best Social Games, and Best Serious Game.

There is also a People's Choice award that you can participate in by voting for your favorite game. Just head on over to the IMGA website and vote. The winners will be announced on March 28th in San Francisco.

Here's a breakdown of all the nominees listed on IMGA, along with links to our reviews (where applicable):

Excellence in Visuals

The Act (Chillingo)

Anomaly Korea (Chillingo)

ARC Squadron (Psyonix)

Horn (Phosphor Games)

Lili (BitMonster, Inc)

Need for Speed Most Wanted (Electronic Arts)

The Room (Fireproof Games)

Ravensword: Shadowlands (Crescent Moon Games)

Sky Gamblers: Storm Raiders (Atypical Games)

Walking Dead: The Game (Telltale Inc)

Excellence in Game Play

Angry Birds Star Wars (Rovio Entertainment)

Anomaly Korea (Chillingo)

Beat Sneak Bandit (Simogo)

Devil’s Attorney (1337 Game Design)

Fairway Solitaire (Big Fish Games)

Puzzle Craft (Chillingo)

Rayman Jungle Run (Ubisoft)

Spellsword (Everplay)

Triple Town (Spry Fox, LLC)

Waking Mars (Tiger Style)

Best Social Game

Candy Crush Saga (

Clash of Clans (Supercell)

Draw Something (OMGPOP)

Happy Street (Godzilab)

Hero Academy (Robot Entertainment)

Letterpress (atebits)

Outwitters (One Man Left)

Quizboard (Planeto)

SongPop (FreshPlanet Inc)

YOU DON’T KNOW JACK (Jellyvision Games)

Best Serious Game

Battle of the Bulge (Shenandoah Studio)

DragonBox+ (WeWantToKnow)

Equator (Tigerface Games)

The Grading Game (mode of expression)

In a Permanent Save State (Mr Benjamin Poynter)

Loop Raccord (Plural Games)

Zombies, Run! (Six to Start)

Excellence in Story Telling

The Act (Chillingo)

Bastion (Warner Bros)

Devil’s Attorney (1337 Game Design)

GHOST TRICK: Phantom Detective (Capcom)

Hollywood Monsters (Bulkypix and Pendulo Studios)

The Room (Fireproof Games)

Waking Mars (Tiger Style)

Walking Dead: The Game (Telltale)

Yesterday (Bulkypix)

Zombies, Run! (Six to Start)

Excellence in Innovation

Arranger (Ayopa Games)

Bad Piggies (Rovio Entertainment)

Beat Sneak Bandit (Simogo)

The Grading Game (mode of expression)

Knights of Pen & Paper (Behold Studios)

The Room (Fireproof Games)

Spaceteam (Henry Smith)

TAISO (Zacozaco)

Zombies, Run! (Six to Start)

Zumbie (Jonatan Van Hove)