Welcome to the 2018 edition of the Nordic Game Awards!

A highlight of Nordic Game 2018 in Malmö, Sweden on 23-25 May, the award show this year takes place in the Unreal Theatre, the main auditorium of Slagthuset, on 24 May at 18:00. And it’s sponsored by our dear friends at Epic/Unreal.
Host of the show will be Elie Abraham – composer, sound designer, voice actor and unyielding game jammer. Elie is known for speed-making music and holds the world record for number of games sound-tracked at a single game jam. Outside of video game audio, Elie designs escape rooms, DJs and is a stand-up comedian. Ellie will hand out prizes in eight categories, and here are the nominated games:
Nordic Game of the Year
   A Hat in Time, developed by Gears for Breakfast, Denmark
   ECHO, developed by Ultra Ultra, Denmark
   Little Nightmares, developed by Tarsier Studios, Sweden
   Nex Machina, developed by Housemarque, Finland
   SteamWorld Dig 2, developed by Image & Form, Sweden
   Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus, developed by MachineGames, Sweden
Nordic Game of the Year: Small Screen
   Milkmaid of the Milky Way, developed by Machineboy, Norway
   OCMO, developed by Team OCMO, Finland
   Pako 2, developed by Tree men games, Finland
   Returner 77, developed by Fantastic, Yes!, Denmark
   SteamWorld Dig 2, developed by Image & Form, Sweden
Best Art
   ECHO, developed by Ultra Ultra, Denmark
   Little Nightmares, developed by Tarsier Studios, Sweden
   Milkmaid of the Milky Way, developed by Machineboy, Norway
   Nex Machina, developed by Housemarque, Finland
   Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus, developed by MachineGames, Sweden
Best Game Design
   A Hat in Time, developed by Gears for Breakfast, Denmark
   ECHO, developed by Ultra Ultra, Denmark
   Little Nightmares, developed by Tarsier Studios, Sweden
   SteamWorld Dig 2, developed by Image & Form, Sweden
   Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus, developed by MachineGames, Sweden
   World to the West, developed by Rain AS, Norway
Best Technology
   ECHO, developed by Ultra Ultra, Denmark
   Fugl, developed by Muunluun, Norway
   Sparc, developed by CCP, Iceland
   Star Wars Battlefront 2, developed by EA DICE, Sweden
   Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus, developed by MachineGames, Sweden
Best Audio
   ECHO, developed by Ultra Ultra, Denmark
   Figment, developed by Bedtime Digital Games, Denmark
   Little Nightmares, developed by Tarsier Studios, Sweden
   Nex Machina, developed by Housemarque, Finland
   Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus, developed by MachineGames, Sweden
Best Fun for Everyone
   A Hat in Time, developed by Gears for Breakfast, Denmark
   Fugl, developed by Muunluun, Norway
   Little Police, developed by Filimundus, Sweden
   Ocmo, developed by Team OCMO, Finland
   Passpartout: The Starving Artist, developed by Flamebait Games, Sweden
Best Debut
   A Hat in Time, developed by Gears for Breakfast, Denmark
   ECHO, developed by Ultra Ultra, Denmark
   Milkmaid of the Milky Way, developed by Machineboy, Norway
   Ocmo, developed by Team OCMO, Finland
   Passpartout: The Starving Artist, developed by Flamebait Games, Sweden
Andreas Westman

Andreas Westman

Founder of Druidz E-Sport and love E-Sport. Playing games like League of Legends, Overwatch also one of the talking heads in Momentum podcast.

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