Traveller’s Tales boss to keynote Nordic Game

By Patrick Garratt, Friday, 28 March 2008 12:07 GMT

According to this, Traveller’s Tales boss Jonathan Smith will be headlining Nordic Game 2008 with a talk called “Putting the Pieces in Play”. We’re sure it’ll include all the Lego you can handle.

Rob Kay and Ryan Lesser from Harmonix are also going to be speaking, and will be bringing some “special guests”, apparently, presumably from the music world.

This year’s event takes place in Malmo, Sweden, as usual, from May 14-15

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