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08.11.2019 12:00

Play Finland’s Weekly Newsletter

In this report we will combine weeks 45/2019 from the Finnish Game Industry.

News are gathered from the Play Finland group posts during the week. That is why we recommend you to post by yourself (however not flood) your Finnish Game Industry related news to the group. It also guarantees that your news will be visible in the weekly newsletter /news compilation. Play Finland is at the moment one of the main channels for sharing information inside the industry.

We (admins) occasionally publish industry related posts or links in Play Finland. But since there is so many things going on, we don´t even try to cover the whole field.

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Other News;

  •  Unicorn Pirates Studio‘s first game Idle Cat Stars is now in soft launch!
  • Chinese games regulator halves playtime for under 16s to 90 minutes a day
  • Helsingin Sanomat julkaisi jutun NordicEdun Dreamcatcher-hyötypeliprojektista, jolla pyritään vähentämään leikkaukseen menevien lasten sairaala-ahdistusta ja pelkoja, jotta kokemus ei olisi niin rankka ja leikkauskin menisi sujuvammin. 🏥😴 Jutussa on myös pelillistämisprofessori Juho Hamarin ajatuksia pelillistämisestä ja sen kehityksestä. / Local newspaper released a story about NordicEdu mobile game with two Icelandic health-care professionals called Dreamcatcher. The game aims to make children who are about to undergo a surgery less anxious about the procedure. If they are less anxious, the whole experience will be less stressful and this can make the surgery go easier as well. Helsingin Sanomat interviewed the project team about the game and also asked Juho Hamari some insights about serious games and gamification. The article is in Finnish

This is the weekly summary of news from the Finnish game  industry. If you want to have your news on the list, post them on the Play Finland Facebook group. The summary will be posted every Friday afternoon. Check out previous week’s list.