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FIRST TOUCH GAMES started life as a team within Exient, developing sports games for digital platforms. Director Charles Chapman


and producer Andy Dunn are among the studio’s longest serving staff, working on its titles such as Score! (pictured), Euro Soccer and Dream League Soccer. And judging from the figures, the studio is in something of a Premier League itself when it comes to apps. Dream League Soccer has accumulated more than seven million downloads, and in total the firm’s games have received more than 30m. The studio was also named in our 2013 UK Studio Hot List.


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Founded: 2011 Location: Oxford, England www.ftgames.com


FLIX INTERACTIVE


A NEW STUDIO based in the West Midlands, Flix Interactive was originally established in 2012 as a work-for-hire company, working for multiple clients and on multiplatform business intelligence visualisations created in Unity. The team also has ambitions


to develop its own IP, and is currently self-funding first- person survival game Eden Star (pictured), which combines freeform construction with physics-based combat and destructible environments. In pre-Alpha, the title has already won over the PC community, having been given the thumbs up on Steam Greenlight.


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Founded: 2012 Location: Birmingham, England www.flixinteractive.com


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