Supercell artists Jani and Chih share their experiences about Supercell and what's it like to make games here.
As part of their "City's Tribe" -series, our friends at "Trojan Horse Was a Unicorn" made a short documentary about the Finnish games industry from the unique perspective of game artists. They interviewed a bunch of artists, both Finns and foreigners who've moved to Helsinki.
The Trojan Horse was a Unicorn (THU) is dedicated to being the central organization that psychologically, spiritually, technically, educationally and legally supports the global digital artist and ensures that the world understands and celebrates their artistry and craft.
In partnership with The Diana Award, a respected and trusted youth charity, we aim to help young people, parents and teachers understand the impact that online communications through gaming platforms can have on themselves and others.
With the help of The Diana Award we have formed a Youth Board, a group of young gamers between ages of 13 and 18 who are specialists, not just in Supercell games, but also on how to be a good digital citizen.
We want to empower young people to take positive reactions that can support other gamers in order to help build a more positive and confident online environment.