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Q Games partnering with Limbo Vita dev Double Eleven


6:30 PM on 06.24.2013
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Double Eleven, the team responsible for bringing games like Frozen Synapse, Limbo, and LittleBigPlanet to PlayStation Vita, is teaming up with PixelJunk studio Q Games, reports GamesIndustry International. The two are said to be collaborating on multiple new game projects.

"Double Eleven has an outstanding track record in video game development, and we like their way of thinking when it comes to publishing," said Q Games president Dylan Cuthbert. "[We're] about making memorable experiences for everyone, and Double Eleven are the perfect partner to see our vision through." According to Double Eleven COO Mark South, it's "pretty clear that we would hugely complement each other's plans for making great games."

Mmm. That awkward sound is the only reaction to this news that feels appropriate. As a fan of the studios' work, I'm super curious to see where this deal will take them both.

Double Eleven signs with Pixel Junk developer Q Games [GamesIndustry International]






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