May 18, 2017

Big Bang Legends hits the ground at home

Lightneer wants to see its games high up on the list of the world’s most popular games.
Lightneer wants to see its games high up on the list of the world’s most popular games.
Lightneer

Big Bang Legends, a learning game by Finnish Lightneer, has now been published in the Nordic countries after a successful launch in eastern Asia.

To celebrate the launch in the Nordics, Lightneer has organised a range of events in its hometown Helsinki and nearby areas.

The first launch of Big Bang Legends took place in Singapore in March. Earlier this month, the learning game became available in Hong Kong, Macau, Taiwan, Singapore, Thailand, Vietnam and the Philippines.

Big Bang Legends aims to teach particle physics in a fun form. The Lightneer team, which comprises Angry Birds and Rovio veterans, has collaborated with experts from CERN and the University of Oxford.

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