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  • Nordic Game Indie Night 2010

    Lau and Dajana, killin’ it on the dance floor Two weeks ago, we curated a showcase of indie games from around the Nordic region, as a part of the Nordic Game Conference 2010. The main event, on the Tuesday night before the conference, consisted of some presentations and short talks, followed by a lively party.…

  • Train Mafia, CPH Edition, Take #2

    In honor of Markus and Jaakko being in town, we decided to run Train Mafia on the CPH Metro for a second time. Witch hunt! This time around, the citizens won. But it went right down to the wire – to the final three. Exciting! The second game (on the “loser train”) was affected by…

  • Nordic Game Indie Night!

    Come join us for a night of inspiration, socializing, live music, and imaginative indie games! Curated by and organized in partnership with the Copenhagen Game Collective, Nordic Game Indie Night will showcase six exciting new independent games from around the Nordic region. The games include: Saira by Nifflas (Sweden) Max and the Magic Marker by…

  • Copenhagen Game Collective @ Gamma IV

    Our “one button” party game, B.U.T.T.O.N. (Brutally Unfair Tactics Totally OK Now), is one of the six chosen games that will be showcased at this years Gamma IV party. If you’re attending GDC this week, we hope to meet you and show you the game!

  • Fuck You Buddy Performance and Game Night Surprise with CGC

    Copenhagen Game Collective and Recoil Performance Group invite you to a performance of Fuck You Buddy, preceded by a short demonstration of and discussion of Dark Room Sex Game. Fuck You Buddy is a new dance performance presented by the Recoil Performance Group, and involves four female dancers with choreography and interactive video scenography that…

  • Nordic Game Jam 2010 sign-up is open!

    The Nordic Game Jam (NGJ) is a fantastic event that is very well known to many Nordic game developers. At this event,  students, professionals, hobbyists and a new generation of game developers meet and work together on games. The NGJ is all about creativity, experimentation, fun, crunching under pressure, socializing and networking.