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A selection of enticing game titles for Norse mythology lovers


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From gruesome titles like Resident Evil 4 to sports-themed products like FIFA, gamers have generally always had a diverse collection of games to sample on an extensive selection of devices. Another genre of gaming that has always appealed are Norse mythology releases. 

Games that collide with real-world history and mythology tend to register big numbers, with an influx of titles adding so much to a gamer’s arsenal. Featuring the likes of Odin, Thor and Loki, products in this space tend to showcase their immense power as players go on a memorable journey that many other titles simply don’t possess. As such, sampling products of this type has always appealed to gamers who have an interest in Viking and Scandinavian lore, particularly as we’ve been treated to some seriously good releases over the years. 

Focussing on both new and old options, with some titles being accessible on mobile and others via a PC machine, let’s take a look at some of the most enticing games for Norse mythology lovers right now.

Song Of Iron was released in 2020 

A highly pleasurable release to play, Song Of Iron is an indie product that managed to impress mass audiences. A side-scrolling adventure game, it first came to the fore in 2020 and is packed full of Nordic-inspired features, from the characters throughout to the art style that makes it so attractive to the eye. With players having to tackle a variety of nasties, some of which are associated with the body of myths, it offers a tense but all-action escapade to dive into. If you can manage to get your hands on a copy of Song Of Iron, then you certainly won’t be disappointed.

Oddmar follows the story of a Viking reject 

There’s a strong chance you’re aware of Oddmar, but for those who aren’t, it’s a much-loved product that tasks players with helping a Viking reject that has been shunned by his village to be accepted into Valhalla. Somewhat unsurprisingly, Loki is the main instigator in this one after the God of Mischief steals Oddmar’s tribe from him and manages to formulate their escape. From there, players play along as Oddmar as he hopes to prove himself to the gods and take down a variety of trolls, destroy groups of goblins, and solve a selection of puzzles in order to gain the trust of those around him. A fantastic action-adventure 2D platformer, Oddmar is a must-play product. 

Age Of The Gods Norse: Book Of Dwarves is a superb casino product 

An excellent title from the PC, mobile and iPad gaming sphere is the Age Of The Gods Norse: Book Of Dwarves game, a slot product developed by Playtech that is played on 5×5 reels and offers a potential RTP of 94.11%. Dwarves are prominently featured in this one as they were regarded as master craftsmen and intelligent characters. Overall, the pleasurable book theme makes for an enjoyable title play for a few hours, particularly if you can manage to find the five high-value character symbols. The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim is hard to fault 

Millions of gamers have explored the open-world masterpiece that is The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim, but not everyone is aware of the various nods to Norse mythology throughout. For example, at the start, Nord thief Lokir is featured as he is taken out by archers while trying to avoid execution after stealing a horse. That in itself was a reference to Loki, too. Even the game’s ultimate boss, Alduin, is based on Jörmungandr, too. 

Special mention must also go to God Of War, Valheim, and Assassin’s Creed Valhalla. 

Andrew Edney
Andrew Edney
I am the owner and editor of this site. I have been interested in gadgets and tech since I was a little kid. I have also written a number of books on various tech subjects. I also blog for The Huffington Post and for FHM. And I am honoured to be a Microsoft MVP since January 2008 - again this year as an Xbox MVP.

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