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  • Turn your fears into a game: Soteria

    We are all brave in the context of games – or at least braver than in real life – because we know nothing can really happen to us. (Doris Rusch) As our experimental platform of choice, we can use games to send players off into alternate universes, make them strike power poses and do epic…

  • NG17 Discovery Day Progamme

    Now that indie was wiped out by the indiepocalypse, it is time to explore new territories, to discover new games, new players and new perspectives on games. Driven by the fuel that powers us all we say goodbye to the Indie Day and boldly go on a Discovery Day instead. Of course, the indiepocalypse has…
  • NORDIC SENSATION AWARD 2017: THE NOMINEES

    Whew! This year the Nordic Sensation Award showcase had almost a hundred game submissions, and our team of curators was able to select 8 games for the showcase. The curators include past winners, game designers, thinkers and critics, as well as the members of The Copenhagen Game Collective. Their task has been to evaluate each…

  • NORDIC SENSATION AWARD 2017: THE CURATORS

    Before announcing our nominees, which is happening in a few days, we would like to give some attention to the people who helped us make the tough decisions. As we announced earlier, the Nordic Game Indie Sensation Award will from here on out be the Nordic Sensation Award. The award will be part of the Nordic…

  • Open Call: Nordic Sensation Award 2017

    For the past 7 years, together with external curators, we have been putting together an Indie Night showcase celebrating the variety of exciting indie projects from the Nordic region. Over the years we have seen a number of exciting, creative games and each year one of those games has gone on to win the Nordic Indie Sensation…