Rovio and Nokia Veterans Launch Their First Award Winning Mobile Game

Founded in 2015 Koukoi Games is a Finish based mobile game startup started by industry veterans with a background from Rovio and Nokia.

Koukoi games has worked on their first game Crashing Season since mid-2015 and is now ready to launch the game globally with the exception of Japan and China, which will be receiving localized versions of the game later this year.

In Crashing Season, evil hunters and their bosses have destroyed the money vault of the animals in their quest for world dominance. The players’ goal is to survive for as long as possible, complete challenges with multiple animal characters, fight against relentless hunters and challenging bosses, proceed to new exciting levels, and unlock wacky characters with unique abilities.


Finland is no stranger to mobile game mega suscesses and the same can be said for the experienced veterans behind Crashing Season. But the market is fierce and competition is relentless. One of their biggest rivals, Supercell, a fellow Finish mobile game company and the creator of Clash of Clans, amongst others, has made it very hard for other mobile games to compete.

However, Koukoi Games believe they have what it takes and having acquired a million dollars in funding in 2015, they’re ready to take on the giants.

Their game, Crashing Season, has received awards for its unique low poly styled 3D graphics and artwork and features a simple and fun multiplayer mode too, which puts it miles ahead of other competitors in terms of replay-ability.


Will Koukoi Games have what it takes to compete with the giants of the industry? Time will tell, but with the funding and the experienced team, they may just have a chance.

Launch trailer:


Sven V Arnarsson

Svenni is a marketing afficionado and gadget geek with a capital G , but most of all he has loved games since he was introduced to his true love Super Mario for SNES. When he's not geeking out on steam or working at the office, he's most likely at a gaming event promoting indie developers.

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