Last month Progress was awarded The very big indie Pitch in London. On March 4th it was the winner of Indie Plus Contest 2015 in San Francisco. And $ 10.000. - The $ 10.000 award is a welcome contribution to further marketing of the game, says Joel Nyström CEO at Ludosity based in Gothia Science Park in Skövde.
Joel Nyström at Ludosity has developed Progress together with Martin Kvale and Tim Garbos. Progress is a playful puzzle game developed for iOS and Android and is announced for release during the spring of 2015.
The Indie Plus Contest 2015 $ 10.000 award is a welcome contribution to further marketing of the game, says Joel Nyström. The interest for the game is tremendous and it has been very well received by players at the GDC, he continues.
Ludosity is part of the Sweden Game Arena.
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Sweden Game Arena is a platform and ecosystem for the acceleration of the game industry in Game City Skövde and the West Sweden Region. Sweden Game Arena is in the unique position to encompass the entire value chain, from education and business to research and development. In the Arena, there are more than 500 talents at the Game Development Degree Programs at the University of Skövde, more than 40 researchers and lecturers, about 300 employees in more than 50 game companies in Skövde and Gothenburg as well as a number of business developers. For more information, visit the website at www.swedengamearena.com.