|Owner||Altor Equity Partners (majority)|
Number of employees
Raw Fury AB is a Swedish video game publisher, specialising in the publication of indie games, based in Stockholm. The company was founded in 2015 by Jonas Antonsson and Gordon Van Dyke.
The company was founded in 2015 by Jonas Antonsson, ex-vice-president of mobile for Paradox Interactive, and Gordon Van Dyke, formerly a producer for EA DICE on the various Battlefield titles. The company was announced in April 2015 as a "publisher for boutique and indie games", calling themselves an "UnPublisher" as they intend to support developers by "dismantl[ing] how publishing traditionally works" and providing supportive services that better serve indie game development.
In July 2016, Karl Magnus Troedsson stepped down as general manager of EA DICE to become a partner and co-owner of Raw Fury. In early September 2019, Raw Fury opened an internal development studio located in Zagreb, Croatia, to aid external developers with porting, quality assurance, and other support matters. At the same time, the company moved headquarters within Stockholm to cope with its growing employee count, which reached roughly 40 people worldwide.
In August 2021, Altor Equity Partners acquired a majority ownership of Raw Fury for an undisclosed price. Raw Fury said, "The experience and monetary boost that Altor brings to the table will allow us to increase our production capacity and add to the team at Raw Fury, giving us the ability to publish larger projects while continuing to still fund smaller projects and experimental art."
In October 2021, Raw Fury announced that they had entered into a first-look deal with DJ2 Entertainment to develop the television and film projects.
|2015||Kingdom||Linux, macOS, Microsoft Windows||Noio, Licorice|
|2016||Kathy Rain||Android, iOS, macOS, Microsoft Windows||Clifftop Games|
|Kingdom: New Lands||Android, iOS, Linux, macOS, Microsoft Windows, Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, Xbox One||Noio|
|Gonner||Linux, macOS, Microsoft Windows, Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, Xbox One||Art in Heart|
|2017||Tormentor X Punisher||macOS, Microsoft Windows||E-Studio|
|Uurnog Uurnlimited||macOS, Microsoft Windows, Nintendo Switch||Nifflas Games|
|2018||Dandara||Android, iOS, Linux, macOS, Microsoft Windows, Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, Xbox One||Long Hat House|
|Bad North||macOS, Microsoft Windows, Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, Xbox One||Plausible Concept|
|Kingdom Two Crowns||Linux, macOS, Microsoft Windows, Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, iOS, Android||Fury Studios, Stumpysquid|
|2019||Out There: Ω The Alliance||Nintendo Switch||Mi-Clos Studio|
|Whispers of a Machine||Android, iOS, macOS, Microsoft Windows||Clifftop Games, Faravid Interactive|
|Night Call||macOS, Microsoft Windows, Nintendo Switch, Xbox One||Monkey Moon, Black Muffin|
|Bad North: Jotunn Edition||macOS, Microsoft Windows, Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, Xbox One||Plausible Concept|
|Mosaic||macOS, Microsoft Windows, Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, Xbox One||Krillbite Studio|
|2020||West of Dead||Microsoft Windows, Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, Xbox One||Upstream Arcade|
|Star Renegades||Microsoft Windows, Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, Xbox One||Massive Damage, Inc|
|Per Aspera||Microsoft Windows||Tlön Industries|
|Call of the Sea||Microsoft Windows, Xbox One, Xbox Series X/S, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5||Out of the Blue|
|The Signifier||macOS, Microsoft Windows||Playmestudio|
|Atomicrops||Microsoft Windows, Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, Xbox One||Bird Bath Games|
|2021||The Longest Road on Earth||Android, Microsoft Windows||Brainwash Gang, TLR Games|
|Backbone||Microsoft Windows, Xbox One, Xbox Series X/S, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5||EggNut|
|Townscaper||Android, iOS, macOS, Microsoft Windows, Nintendo Switch||Oskar Stålberg|
|Sable||Microsoft Windows, Xbox Series X/S||Shedworks|
|Kathy Rain: The Director's Cut||Android, iOS, macOS, Microsoft Windows, Nintendo Switch||Clifftop Games|
|Kingdom Two Crowns: Norse Lands||Linux, macOS (Intel), Microsoft Windows, Nintendo Switch, Playstation 4, Xbox One, iOS, Android||Fury Studios, Stumpysquid|
|Dream Cycle||Microsoft Windows||Cathuria Games|
|Wolfstride||macOS, Microsoft Windows, Nintendo Switch||OTA IMON Studios|
|2022||NORCO||macOS, Microsoft Windows||Geography of Robots|
|Dome Keeper||macOS, Microsoft Windows, Linux||Bippinbits|
|2023||Kingdom Eighties||macOS, Microsoft Windows||Fury Studios|
|Ereban: Shadow Legacy||Microsoft Windows, Xbox Series X/S, Xbox One||Baby Robot Games|
|TBA||Cassette Beasts||Xbox Series X/S, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch||Bytten Studios|
|Flateyes||Microsoft Windows, Nintendo Switch||Monkey Moon|
|Routine||Microsoft Windows, Xbox Series X/S||Lunar Software|
|American Arcadia||Microsoft Windows||Out of the Blue|
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- ^ Otterson, Joe (11 October 2021). "Raw Fury Sets First-Look Deal With dj2 Entertainment for Film, Television Projects (EXCLUSIVE)". Variety. Retrieved 11 October 2021.
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