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Information about Futuregames this fall

You can still study at Futuregames this fall, remotely, on-site in Nordreisa or by moving to one of our campuses in Sweden.

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How to grow the Norwegian game industry – interview Turbo Tape Games

Turbo Tape Games is an independent game studio developing premium games as well as immersive virtual training applications.

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Futuregames Online Open House on March 18th

Online Open House with Futuregames Norway about our Fagskole programs and working in the games industry with Funcom.

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Funcom’s journey to become the leading game studio in Norway

Funcom is Norway’s largest game developer, with titles loved by millions of players worldwide. They are also one of the studios supporting Futuregames establishment as a game school in Norway.

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The beginning of a new game hub in Nordreisa – in the North of Norway

Nordreisa is set to become a thriving game hub, for both games’ education and games studios. Changemaker Educations and their game school Futuregames are now opening in Nordreisa in collaboration with Halti Business Park. A remote school with a global reach.

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Location, location, location! – a word from the CEO on establishing in Nordreisa

Why do we choose to establish a new school for games and tech in the far far north of Norway? Why is Nordreisa the new hub for Changemaker Educations and Futuregames?

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Futuregames ranked Second Best Game Design School in the world!

For the second year in a row Futuregames have been named the second best game design school in the whole world by The Rookies!

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Olivia Follin – “Programming for games is a way for me to be creative”

What's it like to be a game programmer and where do you even get started? Olivia changed paths after studying economics and French for two years, and today she's one of the junior game developers on her way into the industry.

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Mehrnaz Amanat Bari Challenges the Norm About Programming

Mehrnaz Amanat Bari is a programmer in the fast-growing games industry. In a male-dominated world, she has made it a personal goal to inspire more women to dare to code by holding lectures and be a mentor for young girls.

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