Nordic Game partner Medianetwork.NRW has a special message for NG20 participants:
With support of the German Medianetwork.NRW and in cooperation with games.nrw, four games companies from North Rhine-Westphalia are participating in Nordic Game this May.
Aerosoft GmbH is one of the world’s leading developers and publishers in simulation software with over 25 years of experience.
Rooted in the flight simulation business, add-ons to the Microsoft flight simulator and X-Plane published first. From 2002 onwards, Aerosoft extended the product range to other PC simulations like Autobahn Police Simulator and Firefighting Simulator. Thanks to its strong distribution partners in Europe, South America and the USA, Aerosoft today generates more than 50 percent of its sales abroad.
Learn more about Aerosoft on Steam here.
Massive Miniteam is a small studio from Cologne that creates Indie Games and offers customized software solutions and console porting.
They founded their studio in 2017 and have since grown to their 10 people in 2020. Their first game is Spitlings: a hardcore Arcade game for 1 – 4 players. It’s published by HandyGames, released in February 2020 on the cloud gaming platform Google Stadia and is coming soon to PC, PlayStation 4, Xbox One and Nintendo Switch.
Learn more about Spitlings and Massive Miniteam on Steam here.
Articy is a software developer focused on solutions for interactive storytelling. Their mission is to provide story creators with the best tools and services that enable them to execute their creative vision and transform the way narrative experiences are created.
Their latest product, articy:draft3 is an interactive storytelling tool that helps game writers and narrative designers plan, write and organize all narrative content in a visual and writer friendly way.
Learn more about Articy and ArticyDraft right here.
Flying Sheep Studios
Flying Sheep Studios uses HTML5 to create mid-core mobile games playable in mobile browsers, instant messengers and native apps. We just finished producing the prototype for a social farming and collecting game, and are working on a 3-min, 3v3 battle arena game.
Since the company’s founding in 2014 in Cologne, we have produced over
150 HTML5 games, often working with world renowned brands such as LEGO, Barbie and DreamWorks. We use this experience and know-how to create our own IPs and usher in the next generation of high quality web games.
Check out one of Flying Sheep Studios latest games at sunriseroots.com.
Medianetwork.NRW supports the development of the digital media industry in North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany through sustainable networking and placement activities.
The industry association games.nrw strenghtens the general conditions for the games industry in the state in close cooperation with local and regional institutions and networks, industry associations and in dialogue with politics.
Together they create visibility for games companies at trade fairs and markets in Germany and abroad.
Medianetwork.NRW is financed by the federal state of North Rhine-Westphalia and receives funding from the European Fund for Regional Development (EFRD).
Learn more about Medianetwork.NRW at medien.nrw.de.
About the Nordic Game conference
Nordic Game is the leading games conference in Europe, and 2020 marks its seventeenth edition. Gathering thousands of 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.
This year Nordic Game is organising two events in Malmö, Sweden: NG20 online this 27-29 May and NG20+ on 25-27 November. Learn more and register at conf.nordicgame.com.