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Developer Dan Teasdale reveals new studio 'No Goblin'


11:11 AM on 07.15.2013
No GoblinDeveloper Dan Teasdale reveals new studio 'No Goblin' photo



15 year veteran developer Dan Teasdale, who previously worked on many high profile games at Harmonix and Twisted Pixel, has revealed a brand new game studio titled No Goblin. Not a whole lot of details are known, but their first project is currently in development, and LucasArts adventure games and Nintendo are namedropped as influences -- which is a great sign.

No Goblin promises a lack of tired themes like "fantasy goblin slaying" or "sci-fi laser technobabbling," as well as "no free-to-play trickery." Given Dan's pedigree, I'm pretty excited to see what they have in store. Stay tuned for more info on their first game in the future.

No Goblin [No Goblin via Dan Teasdale]






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