The Finnish-Singaporean studio, founded by immigrants from Wooga and Nokia and raised $2.9 million last spring, is launching a hexagonal online RTS for iOS this week.

We wrote about Nonstop Games for the first time almost a year ago.

Recall that this is a small studio founded by Finns in Singapore. It is headed by Henrik Suuronen, who previously headed Wooga and Digital Chocolate Finland, and Juha Paananen, who previously developed Nokia’s business in the Asia-Pacific region. By the way, Juha is the brother of Ilkka Paananen, the head of Supercell.

Initially it was planned that their first mobile project Heroes of Honor, which is a variation on the theme of Clash of Clans and Dragons of Atlantis, will be released in the summer of 2013, but something prevented this and the release was postponed for almost six months. 

One of the key features of the project is real–time multiplayer on a strategic hexagonal map. The game also has a “construction” mode. How it all plays out – you can see in the trailer of the project, timed to the release of Heroes of Honor. Although, to be honest, there are a lot of questions about viewing it. 

By the way, judging by the first reviews, the game has big problems with the tutorial. 

This Thursday, Heroes of Honor will most likely be already available on the App Store in most regions. So far, only the lucky owners of Canadian, Singapore and New Zealand accounts can play it.