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THIS UNIQUE START-UP was founded by a perhaps unusual name for the game industry – Jonathan Ross. The new studio is part of the famous comedian and presenter’s TV production company Hotsauce. The developer’s first release was endless runner Cactha Cactha Aliens (picuted) for iOS, and the team is already at work on its next title, with Ross’s film writer wife, Jan Goldman, taking the helm. The team isn’t restricted to mobile either, and Ross has previously told Develop the studio could conceivably break into consoles should it have the right idea and funding to do so.


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Founded: 2012 Location: London, England www.hotsauceinteractive.co.uk


IT MATTERS GAMES


IT MATTERS GAMES specialises in developing titles for the mobile space. After five years working on a single game at a company that went bust, the ex-triple-A MMO devs formed their own studio. In 2013 they released two titles developed for clients from the Netherlands and US. Its first release was kids game


My Dolphin Show, where players take control over animated sea creatures. To date, it has garnered 2.5m downloads on Android and iOS. The studio has also worked on charity game Sidekick Cycle (pictured) with the Global Gaming Initiative.


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Founded: 2011 Location: Berlin, Germany www.itmattersgames.com


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