Norwegian developers took over Oslo last Saturday, kicking-off with a developer jam competition organised by the Norwegian Producers’ Association, followed by Nordic Game’s own NGDC Season IV qualifier at NFI’s NM i Gameplay event and concluding with the annual Spilprisen award show.
The Nordic Game Discovery Contest qualifier took place in front of a very enthusiastic audience at Filmhuset in central Oslo, with NGDC judges Natascha Roeoesli (Funcom), Jarle Hrafn Grindhaug (Pressfire) and Simon Løvind (DFI) roasting the contestants with some great questions.
After the last round it was clear though that Norwegian studio Loeding would take the top spot with Last Days of Snow (formerly SNOW), their narrative adventure game set in a retro-futuristic Norway, thirty years in the future.
A big congrats to Loeding and our warmest thanks to the NM i Gameplay organisers for hosting the NGDC once again.
See you at NG20+ in November for the NGDC Season IV finalist expo and grand finals!
Interested in becoming an NGDC partner or sponsor? Contact Nordic Game BD director Teddy Florea here to learn about great opportunities still available with the fourth season tour.
About the Nordic Game Discovery Contest
Building on fourteen years of organising successful games industry activities, including the annual Nordic Game conference, regional funding programs, overseas networking events and other developer support initiatives, Nordic Game launched the Nordic Game Discovery Contest (NGDC) in 2016 – an exciting, competitive challenge where selected game projects are showcased live in pitch competitions at partner events across Europe and around the globe.
Learn more and follow all the NGDC Season IV qualifiers at discovery-contest.nordicgame.com.