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LIKE MANY FINNISH developers, Gajatri Studios focuses on creating free-to-play content for mobile platforms, although it has also released its first title on social network Facebook. The company’s founder and


CEO, Tiina Zilliacus, has previously worked as a director at Nokia, and as the head of companies such as Ironstar Helsinki, Creanor Oy and Apaja Online Entertainment Oy. Its first title, Yoga Retreat


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Founded: 2011 Location: Helsinki, Finland www.gajatristudios.com


(pictured), is a mobile sim that challenges users with running their own yoga sanctuary. The title is also designed to teach people yoga poses and how to look after their health.


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CO-FOUNDERS ADRIAAN DE Jongh and Bojan Endrovski started Game Oven at the tail end of 2011 in Utrech in the Netherlands. The young studio quickly launched its first title: Fingle (pictured), a multi-touch iPad game that requires two people to play. Following the success of this


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Founded: 2011 Location: Utrecth, Netherlands www.gameovenstudios.com


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initial release, Game Oven has released a number of similar multi-touch titles, including Friendstrap and Bam Fu, as well as Planetenreis, an educational space game for the Dutch Research School for Astronomy. The developer is due to announce its next project by the end of the year.


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