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This VR game is a cosmic experience

This (below) is what the Land’s End area in San Francisco actually looks like (when you stand on halfway down the stairs, with a iPhone): Yes, I know, it looks like a magical adventure puzzle, like Myst. But Land’s End is also the name of a virtual reality game made by the magnificent studio UsTwo […]

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What happens to your brain, your body and your neighbourhood when you play Pokémon Go?

What’s going on with Pokémon Go? Why does everyone love it, kids and parents alike? What happpens to your brain while you’re playing? What’s the connection with CIA? Why is it happening now? Should you be worried or thrilled? I have written an article about the phenomenon in Jyllands-Posten – google translate here: Sensationally popular pocket […]

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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 5 mobile games I enjoyed the most in 2014

My article on the 5 mobile games I enjoyed the most in 2014: Her er årets 5 bedste mobilspil. – including Framed by LoveShack (possibly the coolest game of that year) and Lyne by Thomas Bowker (one of the most elegant and relaxing puzzles I have ever tried). Published on jp.dk in December 2014. Stop […]

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