UK charity the Wellcome Trust has revealed the three winning games from its ExPlay Game Jam, with first price going to Java game HIVe.

The winning title sees one player take on the role of an HIV-infected cell, seeking to infect other cells, while his or her opponent plays an antiretroviral, seeking to find and destroy the infection.

Second prize went to Qualit-eye Control, a puzzle game for iPad based around the structure of the human eye; and the Wildcard Prize to Android game InCogNeto, a two-player game in which players must connect cogs to a top wheel.

The games were created on October 5 and 6 at the Wellcome Trust ExPlay Game Jam, held at the Science Museum in London and the Pervasive Media Studio in Bristol, with developers being tasked with creating games around the theme of deception. Judging was based around the balance of the game play and science in the games.

Games from the event are available to play online at explay.co.uk/gamesjam.