Nordic Game 2018 has now concluded. Many thanks to our speakers, sponsors, exhibitors, partners and participants, and see you again next year.
In the Discovery Day Showcase on Friday, 25 May from 10:00-20:00, you can experience a selection of great new game projects from the region and around the world. Visit the showcase to play the creations and meet the developers!
Discovery Showcase exhibitors
This year’s exhibition is our largest ever, featuring fifteen of the sixteen NGDC Season 2 finalists (Chilean Ace Team was sadly unable to make the trip to Malmö), the nine creators and their games from Yonderplay as well as the many developers that are sharing their creations at NG18, including:
Top L to R: A Place for the Unwilling, Age of Space. Bottom L to R: Bossgard, Broken Lines.
A Place for the Unwilling by Alpixel Games
Open world aventure set in the last days of a dying city, where time never stops and the end keeps getting closer.
Age of Space by PodPal Games
Age of Space is a unique space strategy game that defines its own genre as tower defense versus.
Bossgard by Sand Sailor Studio
Fight your friends in a fast-paced asymmetrical multiplayer where you finally get to play the boss.
Broken Lines by PortaPlay
Squad-based tactics with a serious story. Control disturbed veterans and untrained recruits, fighting for survival in Eastern Europe during WWII. Who are worth saving?
Top L to R: BushyTail, Close to the Sun. Bottom L to R: Deep Rift 9, Drunk-Fu: Wasted Masters.
BushyTail by Fuero Games
BushyTail is a story-driven adventure game of a 3-legged fox, whom you are supporting on his ever-changing journey.
Close to the Sun by Storm in a Teacup
In Close to the Sun you’re a journalist visiting a mysterious ship, looking for your sister. Here Tesla seeks humanity’s future, but something has gone wrong…
Deep Rift 9 by Norsedale
Online multiplayer strategy game in the F2P genre. Command your mining operation on the planet “Deep Rift 9” and survive.
Drunk-Fu: Wasted Masters by Rusto Games
Master gravity-defying fighting techniques, brawl in drinking holes around the globe and show the other drunken louts who is the true “Wasted Master”.
Top L to R: Felix the Reaper, Go Heroes: Prometheus. Bottom L to R: Gooey, Lake Ridden.
Felix the Reaper by Kong Orange
Felix The Reaper is a romantic comedy game about the life of Death.
Go Heroes: Prometheus by Happyland Entertainment
Enter the Olympians halls, overcome dangerous obstacles & survive immortal keepers, as you lead the titan Prometheus in stealing fire from the gods.
Gooey by Samuli Kinnunen Animation Arts
Global Game Jam 2018 game and winner of the Side FX Houdini challenge.
Lake Ridden by Midnight Hub
Lake Ridden is a story-driven, first-person puzzle game. A thrilling supernatural adventure where you unravel a mysterious past, trying to find your sister.
Top L to R: Lanista’s Ludus, Lightspeed Frontier. Bottom L to R: Mish Mash, Mørkredd.
Lanista’s Ludus by Designlayout
Lanista´s Ludus is simple game for mobile. Players control a “ludus” – a school of gladiators during the Roman republic.
Lightspeed Frontier by Crowdwork Studios
Lightspeed Frontier is an open world sandbox game where you construct starships out of modular pieces, combat others and explore a semi-procedural galaxy.
Mish Mash by Kwa Qua Games
Mish Mash is an experimental game where players create really big surrealistic drawings together.
Mørkredd by Hyper Games
An atmospheric adventure game where your goal is to ferry a glowing orb safely through a pitch-black world where the darkness will kill you.
Top L to R: Out of the Loop, PyroMind. Bottom L to R: Qualified Personnel Only, Robbotto.
Out of the Loop by Tasty Rook
3-9 players pass one mobile device around while asking each other questions to figure out which of them is… Out of the Loop.
PyroMind by DBabicius
PyroMind is the most unforgiving and explosive puzzler ever made. Play alone, blow up your friends or duels bots – either way, everything goes boooom!
Qualified Personnel Only by WhatAreBirds
A two-player physical experience where you are filling in for a friend who works at the local nuclear power plant. What could possibly go wrong?
Robbotto by JMJ Interactive
Join Robb and Otto, two daring maintenance robots as they travel through a starship defeating all the malfunctioning machines!
Top L to R: Second Hand: Frankies Revenge, The Ballad Singer. Bottom L to R: Vaesen, Wunderling.
Second Hand: Frankies Revenge by Rikodu
A co-op game with robots built from household appliances. Use chainsaws, disco-balls, tennis ball launchers and even a time-bending clock to kick alien robot ass.
The Ballad Singer by XTeam Software Solutions/Curtel Games
Live your personal fantasy experience in a world that reacts to your actions, with amazing illustrations and an integral narration.
Vaesen by Dimfrost Studio
Embark on a folkloric journey among gnomes and trolls into the heart of the Nordic forest.
Wunderling by Retroid
Take control of the “Wunderling”, a video game goon who’s got the power to jump from a mysterious witch.
L: Yaga. R: Zombiefall.
Yaga by Breadcrumbs Interactive
Yaga is an action RPG with a charming narrative that adapts to your choices, exploring the enchanted world of Slavic culture and folklore.
Zombiefall by Zaibatsu Interactive
Zombiefall is an “endless zombie faller” where you unleash a horde of zombies into a shopping mall and spread the virus.
Top L to R: Alice in VR, F2P Campus. Bottom L to R: Frantics, MuX.
Alice in VR by Kreativitetsbanken
Fall down the rabbit hole as Alice in Wonderland! Grab the bottle and become tiny, eat the cake and become huge!Meet the cat, the rabbit and the caterpillar – all in VR!
F2P Campus by F2P Campus
F2P Campus is a 3-month, non-profit accelerator campus for game teams focusing on free-to-play games. Completely free and with top-grade international mentors.
Frantics by Napnok Games
Frantics is all about 15 whacky mini-games for up to four players, where you’re competing in everything from frenetic action arena brawls to strategic turn-based competitions.
MuX by Decochon
Build sound. Connect components to make your own engines, filters, instruments, compositions and interactive experiences!
Top L to R: Ocmo, Planetary Dustoff. Bottom L to R: Radical Rabbit Stew, Youropa.
Ocmo by Team Ocmo
Hardcore “ninja-rope” platformer about eating bunnies and dying a lot.
Planetary Dustoff by Rymdfall
A moddable roguelike shooter. Go on death-riddled journeys to sprawling alien environments and fight your way through hordes of enemies and epic boss battles.
Radical Rabbit Stew by Pugstorm
Make rabbit stew! In space!!
Youropa by Frecle
Youropa is a puzzle platform paint adventure about breaking rules, being upside down and thinking outside the box.
Book a Discovery Day Showcase table
Attention developers! You can still reserve a display/demo table for Friday, 25 May in the Discovery Day Showcase (located in the Dining Hall foyer) for just 299 EUR.
Each reservation includes a table (1.5 M x 0.8 M), two chairs and electrical supply. It’s up to you to bring your game and all necessary hardware (set-up access to the Dining Hall on Friday, 25 May from 9:00-10:00), as well as decoration for your table and lots of swag for the big crowds who’ll be lining up to give your creation a go 🙂
Reserve your Discovery Day Showcase table when you purchase your NG18 conference pass here. If you’ve already registered, go to the NG18 Upgrades & Extras section here.
Note: When you’ve secured your showcase table, your confirmation email will include a link to a form to obtain following info about the game you’ll be showing: A) game title and studio/developer name, B) a short text about the game (max. 25 words), C) in-game image (no logo/text overlays, min. 850px X 560px, JPG) and D) URL(s) for the developer and/or game website.
The Discovery Day Showcase is supported by AMD, Epic/Unreal and Unity.
About the Nordic Game conference
Nordic Game is the leading games conference in Europe, and the 2018 edition was its fifteenth year. Gathering over 2,000 games industry professionals in Malmö annually, Nordic Game is the one and only “home turf” meeting place for the highly successful game developers of Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway and Sweden.
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