London calling Rovio
Finnish game company Rovio is about to open an office in London, where it will build a collaborative team of around 20 members.
Rovio blasts out a new Angry Birds game
The newbie is described as “the most unputdownable Angry Birds game ever” and “a fun, frantic and all-new balloon-blasting adventure”.
Lightneer is game for future learning
Finnish Lightneer doesn’t want to develop the best learning games in the world; it wants to compete with all games, and help players learn on the side.
Rathamn City spreads its sewers around the globe
Despite having zero experience in the field, the Kangaspeska sisters decided to go for their mobile game idea anyway – and now there’s a whole Peliclan team behind Rathamn City.
Koukoi Games crashes MENA market
Koukoi Games is launching a culturally tailored version of its debut game, Crashing Season, in the Middle East and North Africa region with Jordanian game producer Maysalward.
Moomin mobile games studio aims for the world
Finnish gaming startup Snowfall has landed one million euros in funding from Finnish investors to support its efforts in Asia and beyond.
It’s game-on for MyGamez in China
A growing number of international games developers are lining up to access the lucrative Chinese market. Now they can boot up faster than the competition.
Augmented Climbing Wall boulders further
Aalto University gaming research lab spinoff Augmented Climbing Wall provides a gaming platform for bouldering walls.
Supercell buys majority stake in Finnish game studio
Frogmind, a Finnish game developer behind the game Badland, has sold 51 per cent of its stock to the gaming giant Supercell.
Checkmate! Two Finns make the winning move
The chess innovation of a young Finnish duo has been awarded a special prize in the European Union Contest for Young Scientists (EUCYS).