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develop 100 QUARTIC LLAMA


THIS BIZARRELY NAMED studio was founded by four graduates, who have won multiple awards in student games development, including the Audience Choice accolade at Dare To Be Digital and first prize in the Samsung Bada Challenge. Its first project was Other, a location-based horror sound game that transforms the real streets of Dundee into a much darker world. Quartic Llama’s next release with be turn-based strategy game Dama (pictured), in which players use the power of natural spirits to create new creatures that will fight dark forces for control of stylish environments.


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Founded: 2012 Location: Dundee, Scotland www.quarticllama.com


RADIANT WORLDS


FROM THE ASHES of Blitz Games Studios, one of the UK’s most prominent and long- standing developers, the Oliver twins (pictured) and Blitz COO Richard Smithies have formed new Leamington Spa-based outfit Radiant Worlds. By the end of October, the studio had already recruited 50 staff, making it a significant new studio in the UK development scene.


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currently working on are being kept under wraps, but with a strong heritage in the games industry through its many generations, this is definitely one company to watch.


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Founded: 2013 Location: Leamington Spa, England www.radiantworlds.com


EUROPEAN START-UPS


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