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BLACKMILL GAMES IS a team with ten years of video games development experience. It specialises in creating 3D animations, 2D content and games based on Unity. The studio collaborates with other developers to create its games, teaming up with fellow Dutch developers M2H Game Studio for its flagship title Verdun (pictured), a multiplayer first-person shooter set during World War I, which aims to let players “experience true trench warfare” with up to four friends. Blackmill is currently working with indie studio 2Beats on Mokmok, a 3D adventure game based in a world of living music.


BOOMLAGOON


HELSINKI-BASED BOOMLAGOON is a mobile game developer set up in 2012 by three former lead developers at Rovio: Antti Stén, Tuomas Erikoinen and Ilkka Halila. The studio is focused on creating character-driven titles that are also easily accessible. Boomlaggon’s first title was


physics-based racing game Noble Nutlings (pictured), and it’s now working on a tournament- style sequel that is soon to be released on the LINE messaging app, which has a userbase of 200 million. Eager to keep up its pace, the


developer is now hard at work on another new title for launch by the end of this year.


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Founded: 2013 Location: Heiloo, Netherlands www.blackmillgames.com


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Founded: 2012 Location: Helsinki, Finland www.boomlagoon.com


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