Codex Gamicus
Basic Information
Company Type
Private Company
1998 as Iridon Interactive
Pearl Harbor Trilogy, The Three Musketeers
Computer and video game
Key People
Björn Larsson, founder, Game Director, CEO and Executive Producer

Legendo Entertainment is a Swedish video game developer and publisher that was founded in 1998 under the name Iridon Interactive. The company specializes in the creation of computer and video game entertainment and intellectual properties based on myths, legends, classic novels and historical events. These include loose remakes of classic literary classics by Bram Stoker and Alexandre Dumas.


As Iridon Interactive[]

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

As Legendo Entertainment[]

  • 2005The Three Musketeers (Windows XP and Windows Vista)[2]
  • 2006Dracula Twins (Windows XP and Windows Vista)[3]
  • 2007Attack on Pearl Harbor (Windows XP and Windows Vista)[4]
  • 2008Becky & Tim: Spooky Spirits (Windows XP and Windows Vista)[5]
  • 2009The Three Musketeers: One for all! (WiiWare)[6]
  • 2009Spooky Spirits: Puzzle Drop!! (iPhone) (co-developed with Innogiant)
  • 2010Pearl Harbor Trilogy - 1941: Red Sun Rising (WiiWare)


The Three Musketeers: One for All! was released on the 27th of July 2009 in North America and was the first video game (on a console) to be published in North America by a Swedish company (previously Swedish companies had only managed to publish PC games in North America). This is made evident by browsing games at where prior to this date, no other Swedish company is listed as a publisher for a console game.

Olof Gustafsson, one of the founders of Digital Illusions, composed the music for Becky & Tim: Spooky Spirits.

The lead theme of Attack on Pearl Harbor was recorded live in the German town of Gotha which employed an orchestra of 60 people under the supervision of Pierre Langer.

Legendo's griffin logo emblem is a popular symbol in Sweden also featured on the tailwing of the new Swedish fighter aircraft Gripen NG.


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