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ORIGINALLY OPERATING UNDER the name Martian Flytrap, Abbey Games has grown dramatically over the last two years. Its three co-founders have recruited a number of fellow developers, with the studio’s team now standing at more than ten members. Its first release was Tinytanic (pictured), a title created in 72 hours during a game jam that challenges players to survive as long as possible on a sinking ship. More recently, Abbey Games


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Founded: 2011 Location: Utrecht, Netherlands www.abbeygames.com


has released god game Reus, which it is currently translating into other languages. The twist is that players can control everything but mankind.


ALL CAPS«


SET UP BY a team of four Aalborg University graduates, All Caps is currently developing its first mobile release, cartoony and colourful physics-based 3D puzzle game Block Amok (pictured). Championing games- as-a-service, the start-up aims to release new puzzles daily for its users once the title is released, offering rewards for each winner. The studio also plans to launch a series of mobile games once its debut title is live. The young developer hopes


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Founded: 2013 Location: Aalborg, Denmark www.allcapsgames.com


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to help spur on the games industry in Northern Denmark by inspiring a new generation of people into founding their own start-ups.


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