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PROVING THAT GAMES makers can produce titles about positive change and still construct the traditional action experiences that core players enjoy, Space Budgie’s games are unique. Its first title 9.03m (pictured),


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Founded: 2013 Location: Dundee, Scotland www.spacebudgie.com


dreamt up by designer and co- founder Karl Inglott, is an experimental art game intended to get the player to empathise with those who passed away in the tragic 2011 tsunami that devastated Japan. The title is on its way to Steam after being greenlit by the community. The studio’s team of five is


now working on Glitchspace, a cyberspace world where players create their own programs.


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MOBILE DEVELOPER SQUARICON specialises in mobile brainteaser titles, principally its popular City Bracelets series. These games, available on iOS and Android, are a variation on ‘match three’ puzzlers where instead of aligning symbols in a grid, players must move them around to form complete, colour co-ordinated circles known as ‘bracelets’. The formula has proven to be


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Founded: 2011 Location: Trieste, Italy www.squaricon.com


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popular, and Squaricon has applied it to other titles, such as Domino Bracelet (pictured). It is currently working on


Domino Bracelet 2 and the Rubix Cube-style puzzle title Squaricon-3 Mobile.


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