- Re/code, Tuesday, November 18, 2014 11:17 AM
The guys behind Candy Crush and Angry Birds are backing the next generation of game makers by sending them into the woods. As Re/Code reports, they are supporting a Swedish nonprofit program named
Stugan, which plans to send 20 developers — who can apply from anywhere in the world — to a cabin in the wilderness to come up with the next great gaming idea. “The executives
funding the program don’t take any equity, and it has no formal ties to their companies,” according to Re/Code.
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