Do you want to become a license partner?

We are working together with several companies in the ship industry and we are always on the lookout for partners who will bring happiness to our fans with great boats or equipment. Being a license partner in a game could enhance your brand range.

Give thousands of players, clients or potential customers around the world a new way to experience your product that you are building or designing. Are you making maritime tools or equipment? Together, we can make a gamification of your product in our games.

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Our licensepartners


Hermes is a traditional Norwegian fishing company which uses modern methods and prioritises quality, safety and the environment. Hermes gave us the permission to use and create a 3D model of their trawler "Hermes".

They helped us with a lot of indepth details about how trawlers operate, fish quotas, crew management and payments. Hermes also hosted and sponsored our release party for Fishing: Barents Sea in Tromsø, 7th February 2018.

Players can drive and operate "Hermes" in both our games Fishing: Barents Sea and Fishing: North Atlantic.


Scanmar is a pioneer among producers of Catch Systems. Their main objective is to offer commercial fishermen equipment for increased efficiency and financial gain.


We have been working together with Scanmar since 2016, to replicate and implement a gamified version of their ScanBas 365 system. You can experience ScanBas 365 and operate this system on trawlers, in both our games Fishing: Barents Sea and Fishing: North Atlantic.


Selfa Arctic is a Norwegian boat builder, that is building new coastal fishing boats and doing vessel inspections.

You can experience Selfa 1099 Speed, called "Selfy" in both our games Fishing: Barents Sea and Fishing: North Atlantic.


Engineer Birgir Sævarsson, Verkfræðistofan Skipasýn ehf.


I’ve been an avid gamer ever since I was a kid and getting to cross paths with work and leisure is awesome. A dream came true to see our boat in game!


Skipasyn-Icelandic is an Icelandic independent Consulting Naval Architect and Marine Engineer Company founded in 1986. The main business of Skipasyn-Icelandic is the design of fishing vessels. The specialization includes work on all kinds of fishing vessels, fishery and oceanographic research vessels. We carry out comprehensive design work including complete building documentation based on advanced engineering systems.

You can experience their 24m multi-purpose fishing vessel "Deckster", rigged for trawling in Fishing: North Atlantic.


Moen Marin is the world’s largest supplier of working boats to the aquaculture industry. They lead the way in electrification and digitization of the fishing and aquaculture fleet.

You can experience their boat "Vibeke Cathrin" in both our games Fishing: Barents Sea and Fishing: North Atlantic.


Graham Oakley, VP New Construction

A. F. Theriault & Son Ltd is a proud designer and builder of quality fishing boats since 1938 and we are delighted that vessels we have built for the North Atlantic Fishing Fleet will be represented and enjoyed in this game. Best wishes for your continued success from management and staff of A.F. Theriault& Son Ltd.


Fleet fisheries, is located in the most valuable & historic seaport in the USA, New Bedford, Massachusetts. It was started in the 1980's with a single fishing vessel owned and captained by Lars Vinjerud II. After 3 decades of harvesting and wholesaling around the North Atlantic, they have grown their fleet to 17 boats. Fleet Fisheries scallops were served in the season 5 finale of Top Chef program on the Bravo Network. Chef Hosea Rosenberg won the competition and as they say the rest is history. You can experience two of their boats "Ocean Scout" and "Viking Power" in the Fishing: North Atlantic - Scallops DLC.


ProNav is one of Norway's largest companies in the import and distribution of maritime electronics, especially products for navigation, communication and safety for commercial vessels.
You can find their radar as one of the upgrades in Fishing: North Atlantic.

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Norsap, which are the leading manufacturer of high-quality chairs to the maritime and offshore industry.


Breeze Ship Design, which are specialists in naval architecture and has a reference to over 4000 built vessels worldwide.


Mayor Dennis Green, Village of Grand Manan, New Brunswick


I am pleased that Grand Manan is part of this venture to highlight the diverse fisheries and the hard working men and women of the communities in the Bay of Fundy.


Mayor Danny Muise, Warden of the Municipality of Argyle (Dennis Point Wharf)


The Municipality of Argyle is very pleased that you chose to include Dennis Point Wharf in the game titled

“Fishing: North Atlantic”. We are glad you enjoyed your visit and tour and of our scenic region. We look forward to

the game launch!


Town of Yarmouth Mayor, Pam Mood


We are excited to see our amazing fishing community of Yarmouth, Nova Scotia featured and “Fishing: North Atlantic”. Fishing in Yarmouth is not just an industry it’s a way of life. We have a proud and storied tradition of seafaring. When

Misc Games contacted us about their plans to make Yarmouth the starting port of the Canadian version of their very successful game series, we were tremendously excited! The coastline of Atlantic Canada features many wonderful fishing villages, and to berecognized in this manner is a special honour. The Town of Yarmouth wishes to thank Misc Games for involving our community and helping secure our place on the worldmap with this unique opportunity.”


NSBA “Nova Scotia Boatbuilders Association”, Executive Director Jan Fullerton


"The Nova Scotia Boatbuilders Association is very excited about Fishing: NorthAtlantic, which offers a unique opportunity to showcase fishing boats designed and built in Nova Scotia. We are pleased that the initial release will have at least one boat designed and built by our members and we look forward to working with Misc Games to grow that number as the game expands."