MechJam (First MechJam)
AdrianCR's Trandum was an impressive feat for the 2-week game jam. A fully-fledged 3D platformer that featured some incredible models, cinematics and gameplay. It's no surprise that it won the Overall category. It was followed up by the more experimental Trandum: Awakening in MechJam II.
Luke Mayo's Mice and Mechs saw you scale a large mech whilst dodging various hazards. An incredibly fun game with some excellent art assets to boot too.
C.Bedford and Tom's collaborative effort earned them two category awards in the first MechJam game jam. Looking at the screenshots it's easy to see why they were so successful. A very feature-complete experience.
Rava.games answers the question: 'What if there was a game where you played a jet pack-powered mechanized shark detective in a noirish setting?" A game that certainly deserved the very first originality award.