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VENTURE CAPITAL-BACKED Digit Game Studios is dedicated to building what it describes as a new breed of “seamlessly cross-platform” online games – titles that allow users to switch between iOS, Android, browsers and social platforms like Facebook, and challenge other players on any of these devices. Its first title was MMO Kings of the Realm (pictured), which launched earlier this year. The game will even receive a series of Penguin-published novels. Founders David McGovern,


Ricahrd Barnwell, Fergus Duggan and Martin Frain have worked on games from Tomb Raider to Mirror’s Edge.


DLALA STUDIOS


FOUNDED BY FORMER Bossa employee Aj Grand-Scrutton and fellow developer Craig Thomas, this London-based indie is best known for Janksy (pictured), a space-based physics adventure and Windows 8 launch title that was developed in just nine-and-a-half weeks. The team is currently finishing


up its contract with Microsoft and preparing to move into its own offices in January. It also plans to expand its team and branch out into PC and console game development. The founders have also been


speaking at various university and industry events to share their experiences with other devs.


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