|Founded 📆||2016 in Stockholm, Sweden|
|Headquarters 🏙️||, |
Area served 🗺️
|Products 🎛️ 🧴||Blastlands: Team Combat|
Number of employees
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.
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.
|2016||Blastlands: Team Combat||Available||A synchronous action multiplayer game. Players play in teams or as solo players.|
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