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STORMCLOUD GAMES WAS formed in November 2012 by Frank Arnot, ex-studio director of Minecraft 360 developer 4J Studios, and other ex-team members Patrick McGovern and Andrew West. Their first title was self-funded


original IP Mr Shingu’s Paper Zoo (pictured) for IOS, Android and Kindle. Aimed at kids aged five to 12, the title tasks players with creating animals by folding paper and then looking after a zoo full of paper animals. The title has been nominated


for numerous awards in the UK, and its success has spawned Paper Halloween, with Paper Ocean and Paper Pets out soon.


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


SWALLOWTAIL GAMES


STARTING LIFE AS a Dare To Be Digital team in 2011, Swallowtail Games brought together five students from the Norwich University of the Arts and the University of Abertay. This team created the early


version of its first release Tick Tock Toys (pictured) at Dare to be Digital, where it won an award before going on to receive the BAFTA Ones to Watch accolade. The finished game was finally


released in February 2013 for iOS, and achieved over 100,000 downloads in its first week. As well as working on its own


projects, the team is also available for hire to work on mobile and console games.


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