computer games Category

Survival and sightseeing in the Stone Age

I didn’t expect struggling for survival in the Stone Age would be this much fun. BUT IT TOTALLY IS! I’m giving 5 starts to Ubisoft’s Far Cry Primal in my review. You can google translate it here: Smuk og brutal stenalderaction Advertisements

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The magnificent sunsets of Firewatch

I spent some weeks alone in the wilderness of Wyoming. Or rather… I wasn’t exactly alone. But isolated, definitely. I saw some very memorable sunsets and had some equally memorable walkie talkie moments. I’ve also become very good at using a map and a compass. You can read my review (in Danish) of the magnificent […]

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This mobile game will make your kids move

Mobile games do not necessarily turn our kids into sofa-bound screen zombies. New types of games mixing the popular digital world with physical play are emerging. One of these games is Space Agent by the Danish company Hybrid Play and Games. It’s a sci-fi game where the player defends the Earth from a space alien […]

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The most downloaded mobile game in the world is Danish

In 2015, the most downloaded mobile game in the world was from Denmark. App Annie has just released their 2015 Retrospective report, and the worldwide mobile hit Subway Surfers from Sybo Games tops the list. The 2nd, 3rd and 4th on the list are all games made by Nordic companies. You can read (or google […]

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The hottest game character in the world

Nathan Drake is the main character of the Uncharted-series – the action-packed from developers Naughty Dog. He is, without contest, the most charming and handsome computer game character ever made – and his pleasing, pixelated frame has now been updated in an awesome remake of the three games in the series, rereleased as Uncharted: The […]

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Cultivate what matters. Cut away the rest.

The zen-like iPhone game Prune is “a digital bonsai tree in your pocket”. It is made by Joel McDonald, who worked seven years for Raven Software (the studio behind action-packed shooters like “Call of Duty” and “Wolfenstein”. And yes, it’s about cutting and trimming a digital tree, so that it can grow and survive in […]

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When a violent car game is more moving than the movie

I found the Mad Max game a whole lot more moving than Mad Max: Fury Road. Frankly because I found Fury Road to be tacky and dreadfully boring, like a movie that really wanted to be a bad-ass death metal band but was ultimately a lot more like the Finnish joke of a band Lordi […]

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The sportiest e-sport of all

I attended the Danish Championships in FIFA last weekend, where August Rosenmeier – World Champion 2014 and now Danish Champion for the fourth time – looked like this when he won the final. The two page feature can be read in Weekendavisen, out today and in the shops for a week. The sporty vibe This […]

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Will this game hypnotize 700 million fans all over again?

The Danish company who made the global mobile hit Subway Surfers has released a new game: Blades of Brim. It’s an endless runner, too, but this time in a fantasy setting. I like purple one-eyed monsters, sure, but I started out missing the original environment of Subway Surfers a little bit while getting into the game. But! – […]

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Will Copenhagen become the Tetris capital of Europe?

On March 14th I attended the European Championships in Tetris just outside Copenhagen. I wrote the article “Klodsede stjerner” which was published in Weekendavisen, March 20th 2015. Below, a recap in English – with pics from the night. The Perfect Game The best Tetris players in the world were gathered in Copenhagen on March 14th […]

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