SINGAPORE (Dec 4): When three students — Niklas Hed, Jarno Väkeväinen and Kim Dikert — won a game-making competition hosted by HP and Nokia, they approached Peter Vesterbacka for ideas on what to do next. Vesterbacka was working in business development at HP at the time, and he advised them to carry on making games.

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