Entries in 'curve digital' (21)
There have never been more indie games on the market.
Rising games publisher Curve has recruited John Vega as its new business development manager.
Since 2012 we have been spoilt with a near-constant stream of indie titles coming to digital store fronts.
The games industry is undervaluing indie games, say leading publishers.
Dominic Wheatley has a point to prove.
Curve Digital Entertainment boss Dominic Wheatley says movie licences could be a huge opportunity for smaller publishers.
The new owner of UK publisher Curve says it is ‘absolutely’ open to further mergers and acquisitions.
Curve Digital has joined the line-up of games publishers looking to meet with indie developers at this week’s Interface event.
The first publishers have added their support to MCV’s call for more digital download data.
Funktronic Labs started life in 2013.
Curve Digital is publishing a new game from former Q-Games devs Eddie Lee and Kalin entitled Nova-111.
Finally, thanks to digital distribution, developers can ditch those creatively restrictive publishers and go it alone. MCV speaks to those companies who insist the right publisher can be a force ...
Independent game publisher Curve Digital has revealed its new game bundling service: The Indie Mixtape.
Curve Digital is releasing its next PC game exclusively on the Humble Store for a limited time.
Curve Digital's co-owner and design director Jonathan Biddle has left the indie publisher to open up his own development studio.
The new cross-buy offer that accompanied the launch of OlliOlli on Wii U and 3DS last week appears to be far more generous than anyone would have expected.
OlliOlli 2 will launch on PS4 and PS Vita next week in North America and Europe.
Premier PR’s Simon Byron is leaving the company to make the jump into publishing.
Hit skateboarding game OlliOlli will make its way to a trio of new platforms sometime early next year, developer Roll 7 has announced.
Mike Bithell’s Thomas Was Alone is to add two additional formats to its stable of platforms.
Well, this isn’t something that happens every day – Nintendo has signed an exclusive third party title for Wii U.