This article is part of the weekly “This Week in Games” article-series on Nordic Game Bits. The purpose of the series is to collect and wrap-up all the news that we did not cover with a full article on NordicGameBits form the past weeks.
Two Finnish games arrive on Indiegogo
Both Loiste Interactive’s Infra, and Blackland Games’ Mythos – The Awakening arrived on crowdfunding platform Indiegogo this week. Both projects are Finnish, and have a bit over a month left. For Blackland Games, Mythos the Awakening will be the second game to come out of the young indie studio, and for Loiste Interactive, Infra will be their first released game.
Here’s the trailer for Infra, and the trailer for Mythos can be found on their Indiegogo campaign page.
Finnish Kukouri releases Tiny Troopers 2: Special Ops on Android
To stay in the Finnish corner, mobile entertainment studio Kukori released Tiny Troopers 2 this week on Android, with plans of a Windows Phone and Samsung SmartTV release too, as well as a release of Tiny Troopers: Alliance on Android, and a Xbox One version of Tiny Troopers: Joint Ops!
“Still to come this year are Windows Phone and Samsung SmartTV versions of TT2, as well as Android version of Tiny Troopers: Alliance and Xbox One version of Tiny Troopers: Joint Ops!”, a Facebook message from the studio said.
Swedish UXvibe beta-tests Rope Rumble
Swedish UXvibe has previously mostly functioned as a “co-development studio”, working on clients’ projects. In the years the studio has existed, they have focused on developing free to play multiplayer titles for others, but the studio has started teasing its first own game called Rope Rumble. The game is currently being beta tested, with a release scheduled in the following months.
You can read an interview with studio co-founder, Jihua Liu, here.
Danish Interceptor Entertainment owned 3D Realms teases Bombshell at E3
Danish Interceptor Entertainment who acquired somewhat legendary American 3D Realms a while back, was ready to tease the release of new game, Bombshell, during E3 this year. The trailer can be found below.
Swedish Pixelbite’s Xenowerk arrives on Android
Since its start in 2009, Swedish Pixelbite has shipped over 10 titles. And this week, it was time for the studio’s latest game, Xenowerk, to arrive on Android, after being released on iOS earlier this month. Interestingly, the game is not a free to play title, but a premium game with a $2 price-tag.
Finnish Kumoon gets a reboot and Steam Greenlight arrival
Lastly, to end off, it wouldn’t be a true “This Week in Games” article without some sort of Steam-related news, would it? Let me present to you, Kumoon!
Initially developed by a small team of gamedev students in Finland, Kumoon won the Assembly Gamedev Competition back in 2005. Now, ten years later, the game has been re-launched with a Steam Greenlight campaign going up on the 11th of June. In just a few short days, the game was already Greenlit by the community, and is now set for an Autumn 2015 release.