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Mirror's Edge, Conan lead Nordic Game nominations

Titles nominated in the Best Artistic Achievement and Best Nordic Game categories

Age of Conan: Hiborian Adventures and Mirror's Edge are the lead titles dominating the Nordic Game Awards nominations.

Funcom's MMO and Dice's action-game are both nominated in the Best Artistic Achievement and Best Nordic Game categories.

Other categories for the awards, to be handed out on May 19, include Best Nordic Children's Game and Best New Nordic Talent, with nominations coming from the videogame producer's associations of Denmark, Finland and Sweden.

Full list of awards and nominees follows:

Best Artistic Achievement:

  • Age of Conan, developed by Funcom
  • Englekræsj, developed by Ravn Studio
  • Guppylife, d! eveloped by Guppyworks
  • Mirror’s Edge, developed by EA Dice
  • Penumbra: Black Plague, developed by Frictional
  • Watchmen, developed by Deadline Games

Best Nordic Children’s Game:

  • Englekræsj, developed by Ravn Studio
  • Guppylife, developed by Guppyworks
  • LasseMajas Detektivbyrå: Kameleontens hämnd, developed by Bajoum
  • Riding Club, developed by Artplant
  • Skägget i Brevlådan, developed by Upside Studios

Best Nordic Game:

  • Age of Conan, developed by Funcom
  • Bionic Commando: Rearmed, developed by Grin
  • Englekræsj, developed by Ravn Studio
  • Global Conflicts: Latin America, developed by Serious Games
  • Guppylife, developed by Guppyworks
  • Mirror’s Edge, developed by EA Dice
  • Trials 2 - Second Edition, developed by R! edlynx

Best New Nordic Talent:

  • Puzzlegeddon, developed by Pieces Interactive
  • Skybound, developed by Tumbleweed Interactive
  • Symbol6, developed by Gogogic
  • The Hunter, developed by Avalanche
  • Vertigo, developed by RunJumpDuck Entertainment

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