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Legendo Entertainment AB
IndustryInteractive Entertainment
Brand Licensing
Video Games
Founded1998 (as Iridon Interactive) 2005 (as Legendo)
HeadquartersGothenburg, Sweden
Key people
Björn Larsson (founder)
CEO and Executive Producer
ProductsDracula Twins
Pearl Harbor Trilogy
The Three Musketeers
Pure Pinball

Legendo Entertainment is a Sweden-based creator and publisher of games and entertainment properties based on myths, legends, vintage arcade games, comic books, classic novels and historical events. The company is best known for its loose remakes of classic literary works by Bram Stoker and Alexandre Dumas as well as the Attack on Pearl Harbor and Pearl Harbor Trilogy series of WW2 air-combat action games.

The company was founded in 1998 under the name Iridon Interactive which published games such as Pure Pinball and Dink Smallwood.


As Iridon Interactive

  • 1997 – Dink Smallwood (PC)
  • 1998 – Excessive Speed (PC)
  • 1999 – Total Soccer 2000 (PC)
  • 2000 – Akimbo: Kung-Fu Hero (PC)
  • 2001 – Monster Truck Rumble (PC)
  • 2002 – Turbo Turtle Adventure (GBA)
  • 2003 – Monster Truck Fury (Windows 98 and above)[1]
  • 2003 – Moomin and the Lost Rainbow (GBA) (unreleased)
  • 2003 – Pure Pinball (PC)
  • 2004 – Pure Pinball (Xbox)
  • 2004 – Billy Blade and the Temple of Time (PC)
  • 2005 – Heavyweight Thunder (PC)

As Legendo Entertainment


Legendo's griffin logo emblem is a common symbol in Swedish heraldry. The Swedish word for griffin is grip. A white griffin is used on the tailwing of the Swedish carrier-aircraft capable Sea Gripen.[10]


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