Vilnius, Lithuania – As the largest developer and publisher of free-to-play and casual games in Lithuania, Nordcurrent is proud to announce that they are opening a new development studio in Warsaw, Poland. Given the successful launch of hit game Cooking Fever, Nordcurrent is wanting to create more games with the highly-skilled new talent in the fast growing neighboring capital city.
“We are excited to start a new chapter in the 13 year history of Nordcurrent and expand our team with Polish talent”, explained Victoria Trofimova, CEO of Nordcurrent. “Warsaw is a fascinating city with lots of potential and new opportunities. We can’t wait to share our knowledge and experience with the new team and create addictive new games together!”
The new office in Warsaw. It is opening in late October in the center of the city. Until the end of 2015, the studio is planning to hire around 30 team members and will continue expanding into 2016.
Please visit Nordcurrent’s booth (#504) during Casual Connect Tel Aviv and don’t miss the lecture of studio’s Lead Game Designer Kiril Uljanov on 20th October at 15:30 in the Habima 4 room. He will answer the essential question of game development – “Tutorial or No Tutorial?”.
Nordcurrent is an international developer and publisher of casual and free-to-play games for smartphones, tablets and PC. Established in 2002, Nordcurrent is best known for its 101-in-1 Games® series, Happy Chef® series and Cooking Fever®, which in its launch year was downloaded by more than 50 million users. For more information about Nordcurrent please visit www.nordcurrent.com or facebook.com/nordcurrent.
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