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Developer Dan Teasdale reveals new studio 'No Goblin'


11:11 AM on 07.15.2013
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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.

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