Interesting opinion piece from Rune Klevjer in Dagbladet.no (in Norwegian). It’s great that the Norwegian goverment is funding Norwegian game development now – though kind of silly that they’ll only fund kids’ games. Rune’s main point is important: games still aren’t seen as culture. Torill has a more thorough commentary than I’m likely to offer.

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