Zool revival on the cards

Ben Parfitt
Zool revival on the cards

A group of students at Sheffield Hallam University have formed their very own on-campus development team, a news report claims.

The outfit, which in a Eurogamer article appeared to be without a name, is currently reviving the moth-eaten game franchise Zool.

The students will provide a range of directions to take Zool forward, with Ian Stewart – founder of Zool studio Gremlin Graphics – deciding on the final direction.

The project is hoped will result in a fully-published game for PSP Minis.

Sumo Digital creative director Sean Millard, and Revolution Software founder Charles Cecil, will both mentor the team.

For the full story, head over to Develop.

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Tags: video games , cecil , millard , revival , stewart , students , zool

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