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BLACK PUDDING GAMES GAME DEVELOPMENT STUDIOS


Black Pudding Games: Not just another bloody sausage factory


Established in 2018, Black Pudding Games is open in its ambition to try new things in its pursuit of creating future breakout hits. G3 interviews Nathan Howes, Luke Taylor and Dan Nyman, the company’s three co-founders, about the challenges of differentiating in a crowded slots landscape.


What challenges has Black Pudding faced establishing itself as a new developer?


Nathan: An obvious challenge is to establish a dependable route to market for our ideas, which is where our relationship with 1x2Network has really paid off.


Luke: Te fact 1x2Network embraced our initial ideas so quickly gave us the confidence to push ahead with developing those concepts into release ready games.


Dan: For me, it’s the challenge in creating genuinely new real money gaming formats that are compelling to play yet still intuitive to players already well-versed in the ubiquitous casino machines and table games.


"Looking for a games studio that loves to ‘do different’? Tired of trying ‘new games’ that prove to be all sizzle and no sausage? Then welcome to Black Pudding Games – purveyors of playful ideas for the casino curious." How important is finding a niche in an overcrowded market?


Luke: It’s everything! We felt, as we started out, that it just wouldn’t make any sense for us to simply churn out content that’s already been done very effectively by others before us. Tat’s why we live – and hopefully don’t die – by our maxim of ‘do different’.


Dan: I’ve always been curious to explore if it’s possible to do something different with dice, cards and reels without losing the crowd. Moreover it strikes me that there are plenty of


I’ve always been curious to explore if it’s possible to do something different with dice, cards and reels without losing the crowd. Moreover it strikes me that there are plenty of people that have yet to discover the fun of online casino games, so why not see if you can create something that will hook their interest?


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people that have yet to discover the fun of online casino games, so why not see if you can create something that will hook their interest?


How does the new slot mechanic fit into this Black Pudding culture?


Luke: Well it’s different isn’t it? When Dan first presented Aeterna to me and Nathan, we immediately got a sense that this was a concept that, despite being unusual, it could well resonate with traditional slot players.


Nathan: We saw a clear opportunity to use Aeterna’s Orbital Reactor mechanic as a springboard to developing a whole suite of interesting and distinctive slot games that would


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