March 4, 2019 (Truro, Nova Scotia ) — Cold Furnace Studios Inc, the independent game developer, today announced membership in the Interactive Society of Nova Scotia. The ISNS was formed in 2017 to advocate for interactive and video game development and foster collaboration within the industry in Nova Scotia.
As part of our HQ relocation to the province, we are fully committed to making a long-term investment here and establishing Cold Furnace as an integral part of the gaming and digital entertainment world in Nova Scotia and beyond,” said CEO and Chief Military Advisor Mark Wheeler. “We are pleased to call Nova Scotia home.”
”It’s part of the mandate of the ISNS to advocate for the growth of the video game industry in our province. It benefits the local economy, workforce and our industry in general,” said Darryl Wright, Board of Directors of the ISNS. “Our members welcome Cold Furnace to Nova Scotia and we look forward to what their projects bring to the province and to having a new voice added to our collective interests.”
Cold Furnace Studios produces digital entertainment and provides Military Advisory for the Entertainment Industry. The Company is based in Nova Scotia, Canada. Cold Furnace Studios is Veteran operated. Members of Cold Furnace, serving and retired, include Canadian Armed Forces & US Military.
Learn more at www.coldfurnace.com.