The EU will finance the development of 30 games

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Recently, a list of 30 games that the organization will help with money has been published on the website of the European Executive Agency for Education, Culture and Audiovisual Media. The information has already been deleted, but the Gamereactor resource managed to save the table. You can find a lot of interesting things in it. The European Union will provide Finnish Frozenbyte up to 150 thousand euros for the development of Trine 4. For fans of a series of fabulous platformers, this news is sure to be a pleasant surprise – for three years the fate of the franchise has been covered in darkness. Released in 2015, Trine 3: The Artifacts of Power has disappointed players with a short duration, a controversial transition to 3D and other bad decisions. Then the authors released a pessimistic video in which they said that work on the next part was suspended. It seems that the Finns still returned to the adventures of a thief, a magician, and a warrior.

From the list you can learn about other projects from talented teams:

• Roll Them Bones from Zoink Studio (Stick It to The Man !, Fe),
• Lumberjack from Tequila Works (RiME),
• Earthlock 2 from Snowcastle Games,
• Parzival’s Stone VR by Revolution Software (Broken Sword).

It is worth noting that the list contains the working names of projects that may differ from the final ones. Apparently, Stranded by No Code is the newly-announced Observation. Well, under the name H2O, Project Méliès most likely hides – its creators Layers of Fear and Observer from Bloober Team were presented back in March.

 

 

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