just two weeks to go

In a mere 14 days we’ll all be together in Malmö, getting geared up to make some nice video games all weekend.

Before that, there’s the preparty.  It’s going to be at Malmö Brewing co. & Taproom from 18 or so on June 8th. You don’t need a spot for the jam to come to the party, we’ve got plenty of room too, so bring a friend.

We’re going to have talks this year, and there’s still a few slots if you feel like you’ve got something to share. Talks are typically short (max 10 mins), so even smaller topics can get a chance to be heard. E-mail Erik and let him know you’re interested.

Finally, I want to remind everyone that STPLN is right next to a world class skate park. There’s also a couple of bouldering, uh, rocks? And, naturally, the ocean is just a short walk away. Bring appropriate gear!

2017 Signups Are Open

This year, we’re back to a more traditional sign up procedure. Put your information in the form. Get a spot.

UPDATE: We’re at capacity. Signups from now on will go on the standby list. 

Form is here. 

Per usual, Martin will confirm your spot manually. This might take a little while. Once we go past our max you’ll go on the standby list instead.

More information is available on the 2017 event page. 

Announcing NMS 2017

2016 was a strange year for No More Sweden. It was the first in eight without one.

2017 will not be having that problem, as we’ve nailed down a date and a place for this years edition.
We’ll be back at good old STPLN in Malmö the weekend of June 9-10-11.

The date is a little bit earlier than usual, but that’s the way it had to be. We hope you can still make it.

Signups will open at a later date, along with more information regarding schedules and such. Count on a small pre-beer on the Thursday, things starting up on Friday after lunch and then closing down on Sunday afternoon.

If you want to be notified when sign ups open, you can sign up to email announcements here, if you’ve attended in the past, your email is probably on there already. You can also follow us on the Facebooks and Twitters.

Announcing NMS2015

Mission Statement

NMS started with twelve guys in a basement in 2008, we’ve come a long way since then, as have games as a whole. The past years we’ve peaked at almost a hundred participants, each making all kinds of strange and wonderful things.
The event has always tried to be as inclusive as possible, mainly by staying completely free.

However, looking back at the list of participants of previous years it’s looking all too homogeneous, in many ways reflecting our industry at large. We want to be a part of a change for the better, so starting with the 2015 event we’re changing things up.

The first step is the sign up process, instead of assigning seats on a first-come first-serve basis, we will now open up for “requests” for a one week period. After that the organizers will try to distribute spots in the best possible manner.
Signing up early is still important, but it no longer guarantees you a spot.
Once the spots have been assigned you will be notified (even if you didn’t get a spot) and can start booking your trip/accommodation.

A waiting list will be kept in case the venue fills up before everyone gets a spot.

A new thing for 2015 is the possibility to sign up as a group. Pick a unique group name together with a maximum of three friends and we’ll treat you as a single entity. This means you no longer have to worry about your friends getting a spot and you being without.
Please don’t make groups bigger than four people.

The second step is our adaptation of a Safer Space Policy. It’s far too easy not to consider your fellow participants experience when you are in a place you’re comfortable in. By explicitly stating that any harassment is unacceptable, we hope to remind participants to be on their best behavior and consider everyone’s experience while at No More Sweden.

You can read the full policy here.

This year, we’re back at STPLN in Malmö. The dates are 17th to 19th of July.


Practical information can be found at the event page.

Winners and full game list

The top voted game this year with 17% of the votes was BJERN by Kian Bashiri and Maria Norkvist.


In second place came I LOVE HORSE by Mårten Brüggemann and Martin Jonasson.


The third top voted game was A Fistfull of Blueberries by Emil Nilsson, Martin Rasmusson, Rasmus Jarl and Linus.

the games

The Boson
Gavity-based ambient local deathmatch fun!

Hype Snake
Two-player co-operative one-button game

Only Downward
A game about spelunking


Butt of the Hill
Multiplayer butt-knocking arena combat!

PPS – Pixel Person Shooter
Switch from 2D action to 3D FPS in 4-player action mayhem!

Interlocking Visions
4 player cooperative puzzle game for Redgrim’s arcade machine

Bacon sunset
Horror game for an Oculus rift and Xth sense controller. You lost your suitcase under the bacon sunset and the bugs are hungry.

Jessie and Alex – Interstellar Encounters
Collaborative interstellar encounters with dark entities

A cryptic puzzle adventure about communication with sounds

OMNOMNOM Aquarium fun
Four player team-based fish-munching game for the ARCADE MACHINE

Take care of trees, and watch out for cones!

Giant feet, destructible cows!

Sinking Feeling
Dive into the underwater abyss in a race to the bottom

Swim in flying water bubble cubes

Smuggler’s End
Watch out for this Reverse Tower Defense meets Racing game!

Super Milking Galaxy

Traffic Zoom Denial
Italian traffic simulator

Barf Fight
Drink booze and barf it up on your opponent to win!

Color Color and some more Color

Super Ultimate Pirates in Extremly Radiated Spaces
Local 1 vs 1 lander/gravitar/thrust based game

Maze fight
Top-down local multiplayer mayhem in the vein of Bomberman

Moshpit Hero
Fuck this shit.