30th November 2007. Guildford, Surrey, UK. Based in Guildford, doublesix has been established to create addictive, "have another go" video games across all downloadable formats with the intention of establishing themselves as a world leader on digital distribution across all platforms: XBLA, PSN, Wii-Ware and PC.
According to Studio Head, James Brooksby, the focus of doublesix is on addictive gameplay– games that are quick to pick up and hard to put down. This philosophy helped the studio choose its name: "Rolling a double six is about having another go and that embodies what we're about– addictive, fun games that you always want to go back to."
He continued, "We believe that the future of digitally-distributed games promises to be more diverse than ever in respect to the scale and genre of development and with respect to the business models. doublesix has been established to deliver on that promise. We're here to offer publishers the technical know-how and creativity they need."
This focus is unique amongst Kuju's studios and their ultimate ambition is to become the go-to studio for any digital download project. doublesix believe online, multiplayer and downloadable games will prevail as the next big thing in video game production.
Contact details for doublesix are:
28-30 High Street
T: +44(0) 1483 243330
doublesix is based in the heart of Guildford and is one of five regional studios formed by Kuju Entertainment Ltd. Built around the teams that created the critically-acclaimed Geometry Wars: Galaxies and addictive PSN shooter Nucelus, the studio is dedicated to producing the highest quality digital distribution titles across all platforms: XBLA, PSN, WiiWare and PC.
About Kuju Entertainment
Kuju Entertainment is one of Europe's leading independent game developers on console, PC and handheld platforms. Kuju operates 5 studios in the UK; Chemistry, Kuju London, Zoë Mode, Rail Simulator and doublesix. Kuju Entertainment is part of the Catalis N.V. media services group.