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DENNATON GAMES WAS formed when indie developer Jonatan Söderström teamed up with fellow dev Dennis Wedin. Söderström was already known for over 30 other games, but only with Dennaton did he work on his first commercial release: the award-winning and critically acclaimed Hotline Miami (pictured). In case you were living in a


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Founded: 2012 Location: Gotherburg, Sweden www.dennaton.com


cave last year, this is an overly violent top-down action game developed with the GameMaker engine. It is known for its retro 8-bit graphical styles and quick- paced action that requires equally quick reflexes. Given its huge popularity, a sequel is naturally on the way.


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DEV9K WAS FORMED in 2013 in Tallinn, Estonia, and raised its first seed funding from start-up accelerator program Gamefounders. The studio’s three founders are Andrea Alessi, Massimiliano Nigro and Antonio Scacchetti. The developer’s debut project is turn-based multiplayer strategy game Conspiracy (pictured). The game uses comic strips to help tell the story of a conspiracy that includes three evil organisations. Using virtual cards, players


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Founded: 2013 Location: Tallinn, Estonia www.dev9k.com


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can enter one-versus-one matches with their friends or random opponents. The title is currently in beta phase.


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