Entries in 'MCV Nordic' (27)
This week in the Nordic region, retain chain Webhallen was bought, Nordic Game bought large parts of THQ's IP and boardgames became iOS games.
Sly Racoon: Thieves in Time outsells all comers at retail, Supercell grows immensely and Helsinki gets into Neurogaming.
As further initiatives look to solidify the Nordic games industry, EA’s SimCity enjoys mixed fortunes in the region’s games charts.
The new games daily for Nordic territories is rapidly growing its targeted readership.
If you're involved in the Scandinavian games market, you really should sign up to receive email news digests from our sister site, MCV Nordic.
Hansoft has announced that a start-up license for up to nine users is now available at no cost, making it possible for small teams to get access to project management ...
The popular series of iOS games, Dark Nebula, has been acquired by Gothenburg-based outfit Free Lunch Design.
Dataspelsgalan 2012 has been delayed until late March/early April, but the voting for the people’s choice award is still open.
Paradox Interactive, Sweden's most indie-friendly big publisher, today announced three new games for its 2012 lineup, one of which is created by Magicka developer, Arrowhead.
EA is currently recruiting for its new studio in Gothenburg, on the west coast of Sweden. The new studio will concentrate on “developing new generations of games, and the engine ...
Iceland is only 40,000 square miles in size, and its population – and therefore its retail landscape – is even more consolidated.
Finland is not just the home of Angry Birds developers Rovio; soon it will also have its very own Angry Birds amusement park.
MCV is launching a new website dedicated to the Nordic territories on Monday March 12th, supported by a range of editorial email services.
Up-and-coming Swedish gaming blog Svampriket is introducing a new section, called Junior, aimed at younger children - and their parents.
Bioware and EA hosted their own version of the Mass Effect 3 Space Edition event in Stockholm last night.
Interactive design school Hyper Island is opening the doors to prospective students on Thursday, March 8th between 17:30 and 19:00.
P3 Spel, Sweden’s largest radio show about computer and video games, has just launched the related podcast P3 Spel Add On, which is intended to continue the conversation about games ...
Mats Nylund has been appointed editor of MCV Nordic, a new business site for the local games community.
The southernmost Nordic nation is home to a strong retail market, where games are sold in everything from specialists and hypermarts to bookstores and indie music chains.