The game developer founded by former Wooga head of studio Henric Suuronen and Juha Paananen, who previously worked at Nokia, announced that it has secured $2.9 million in seed funding.
The round was led by Creandum and Lifeline Ventures which are also invested in Spotify and Supercell. Nonstop Games, which has offices in Singapore, Helsinki and San Francisco will use the new funding to expand its San Francisco location, continue development of free-to-play games for touch devices, and launch its first core gaming title, Heroes of Honor.
Heroes of Honor, currently the only game listed on the company’s official website, will launch later this spring. The real-time strategy game is set in a fantasy world where players will be able to build towns, units and form alliances in order to coordinate attacks.