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Strange Quest

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Strange Quest
File:SQ logo
IndustryVideo games
Founded 📆2016; 5 years ago (2016) in Stockholm, Sweden
Founders 👔
  • Adam Schaub
  • Andreas Jirenius
  • Mille Trygg-Wiberg
Headquarters 🏙️,
Area served 🗺️
Key people
  • Adam Schaub (CEO)
  • Andreas Jirenius (CTO)
  • Mille Trygg-Wiberg (AD)
Products 📟 Blastlands: Team Combat
Number of employees
9 (2019)
🌐 Websitestrangequest.com/
📇 Address
📞 telephone

Strange Quest AB is a video game developer based in Stockholm focusing on synchronous action multiplayer games for mobile devices. Strange Quest develops low complexity, high-intensity competitive multiplayer mobile games for a global audience.



Strange Quest was founded by Adam Schaub (CEO), Andreas Jirenius (CTO), and Mille Trygg-Wiberg (AD). With past experience from BBC, Yahoo!, Stardoll, Bonnier, and game developer King, all have solid backgrounds in games development and publishing.[1]

Seed Round[edit]

In December 2017, Strange raised $2.2 million in a seed investment round led by Initial Capital, Manta Ray, and Global Founders. Three Swedish investors were also involved at this stage. [2][3]


The first game released by Strange Quest had the working title "pew pew". The official title was announced as Blastlands: Team Combat and release to Android and iOS mobile devices within limited geo-targeted locations. The beta period ran for ~9 months before focus moved to other internal projects.[4]

Year Title Status Description
2016 Blastlands: Team Combat Available A synchronous action multiplayer game. Players play in teams or as solo players.


  1. Jacob Riis (4 December 2017). "Strange Quest: first investment round". Nordic Game. Retrieved 4 December 2017.
  2. Craig Chapple (4 December 2017). "Ex-King staff raise $2.2 million for new Swedish studio Strange Quest". PocketGamer. Retrieved 4 December 2017.
  3. Chris Kerr (4 December 2017). "Ex-King staffers net $2.2M to form new multiplayer-focused mobile studio". PocketGamer. Retrieved 4 December 2017.
  4. Jonas de Lange (4 December 2017). "Strange Quest wants to build the next big mobile game genre". Breakit. Retrieved 4 December 2017.

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