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Discussion in 'GBAtemp & Scene News' started by Chanser, Feb 8, 2009.
Is this game first DS game with Norsk language?
No. But it is the first from Norway. -.-
We need to add the Norwegian flag.
This and another game exists in swedish as well (I've seen them at GAME)
And there is a Danish version too!
Go Norway! There's another game called Labbe Langøre, which I don't really know if is produced in Norway or just translated. It's cool that a norwegian company has produced a DS game, only wish is was something good.
Labbe Langöre, I think that might be swedish: Kalle Kunskap
Didn't know Josefine was norwegian... my girlfriends little sister uses those games all the time (extremely annoying)
Yeah that looks like the same guy, this is the cover of the DS game
Haven't played them, never will
Labbe Langøre is according to Nintendo.no released by Nordic Softsales, who release educational and childrensgames in Norway, Sweden, Denmark and Finland.
Josefine is developed and released by Pan Vision, at least that's what I can figure out. However it's not listed on Nintendo.no. They are also a Scandinavian company operating in the same countries as Nordic Softsales.
So that's the useless information about this provided free of charge from me who will not be playing these games unless it suddenly turns out I have a 6-year-old out there somewhere O.o
However, I also remembered there was some news about a norwegian developer getting a license to develop for the DS, and I just realised it was none of these. So a little googling led me to the news. The company Agenius was in the news with this in february last year. The game they are working on is called "The Foreigner" and they call it an "intelligame", whatever that is. Almost a year has passed since the news and it's release is still TBA.
Ya, they should make Age of Conan DS, a DS MMORPG!