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THE WORK OF Thatgamecompany comes to mind when looking at concepts for Uniworld’s games, and general manager Manuel Scherer and his three teammates aim to reach such heights. Based in Frankfurt, and


supported financially by Germany’s Exist Business Start- Up Grant, the studio cut its teeth on middleware and incorporates its own technology into its titles. Uniworld has a number of


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Founded: 2013 Location: Frankfurt, Germany www.uniworlds.de


projects at the prototype phase. The most intriguing so far is Caravan (pictured), a game about water consumption and helping other gamers while not actively playing with them, akin to Journey’s unique multiplayer.


UNUSUAL STUDIOS«


UNUSUAL WAS FOUNDED by Fran Gálvez and Victor Mendiluce, and chosen as one of more than 300 start-ups to be entered in the YetiZen Accelerator Programme. The company specialises in sports games. The studio’s first title was Unusual Soccer for Facebook, which focuses on online multiplayer, allowing users to build and train a team and then challenge their friends. Unusual is finishing its second


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Founded: 2012 Location: Madrid, Spain www.unusualstudios.com


EUROPEAN START-UPS


title, Football Star (pictured), which puts gamers in charge of a single footballer. It’s headed to Facebook, Android and iOS, and has been backed by Unusual’s favourite team, Real Madrid.


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