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So, Norway is still quite a little spot on the Game Developer Map but we are hard at work in this industry to change that. The smaller you are as a community the more important it is to support each other and celebrate each other as often as you can which is not always easy

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After attending Gamescom, GDC, Paris Game Week, Eurogamer and other conferences around the world you might be tempted to think that smaller conferences are maybe not worth your time. I beg to differ. While SpillExpo in Oslo, Norway might be relatively small compared to the others I mentioned earlier, smaller expos always offer the opportunity to not

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Man oh man, we finally find a tiiiny bit of time to update with news. Shame on us for sorely neglecting this for quite a while. So sorry about this! As you might or might not know by now, we have been working together with Sierra to bring Shiftlings to PC, Xbox One and Playstation

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This was my third year attending Nordic Game and from the very first year, I always felt very welcome. I think I can say that NG is my favorite conference for several reasons: For one, it’s very intimate and focused. The venue is one building only and even if people decide to go out on

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..and they had fun, too (we think). Both Kaja Hench Dyrlie and  Kåre Jensen from NFI took time out of their busy schedule to stop by the Rock Pocket Games HQ to check out the new offices and the projects we work on. To explain: NFI, which is a part of the Cultural Department, is one of the biggest

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For the first time we had the opportunity to have everyone in-house work on the same project together. Normally we are split up between several different projects in order to be able to keep funding our own games. So we were of course already super excited to make it into the finale with four other

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Yup, indeed. The shiny black box came in the mail today and we wanted to share some unboxing pictures (it’s not every day that you are actually allowed to talk, let alone show pictures of a DevKit). WHAT WE GOT: The Ouya Dev Kit was delivered in a very stylish black box with two d-pads,

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