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.
Campfire Games announces Kickstarter campaign for Civil War game
Young Danish studio Campfire Games announced the launch date of its Kickstarter crowdfunding campaign for War of Rights this week. The campaign will launch on October 15 and the money will help the studio employ the skilled talent needed for the ambitious project.
War of Rights has been developed in CryEngine, and is a historical accurate first person shooter game aiming to re-create some of the best-known scenes and battles from the American civil war.
Swedish Greylight Entertainment announces launch-date for first game
After 100 000 downloads of a playable demo the studio released long ago, the final game will finally launch on Steam on September 28, to great anticipation from horror fans all over the world.
Finnish Kyy Games launches Gesturoids
Tampere-based Kyy Games has launched a new game for both Android and iOS called Gesturoids this week. The game is free to play and is Kyy Games’ ninth released game.
The game puts players in charge of stopping a gesturoid invasion by drawing shapes on their smartphone.
Finalists announced for Unity Awards 2015
Let’s take yet another announcement, shall we? Taking place at Unite 2015 in USA on September 22, Unity Technologies will announce the winners of the Unity Awards, but the nominees have already been announced, and several Nordic studios / games were included.
This also means that it is time to vote for your favorite Unity games in each of the ten categories, so remember to vote before it’s too late!
Megafuzz Releases a game per week for four weeks
Danish Megafuzz, who have previously released “Spoiler Alert” to great success, announced this week that they will be releasing 1 game every week for 4 weeks, starting September 14th this year.
Why, you may ask? Well, Megafuzz released Spoiler Alert over a year ago, and since then, the small studio have been working on yet-to-be-announced “bigger titles”. To take a short break from these larger projects, the team has therefore decided to release a new game every Monday for the next month, and will be released on both iOS, Google Play, and Amazon simultaneously.
“I have no idea what I’ve just gotten us into, but the next month will be interesting either way…”, the team says.