Artery Studios Expands Full Game Development Services

[23 rd May 12] [Budapest, Hungary] Artery Studios, the Hungary based firm co-founded by former Travellers Tales & Sony Computer Entertainment Europe’s Senior Artist, Tamás Bakó have today announced that they have expanded their game development services.  The studio have already launched a successful iOS Game and are in Beta on an exciting browser based educational MMO for a global client and are now fully equipped to deliver on new platforms.

Tamás Bakó, comments: “Our business model has changed in the past six years and we have now put ourselves in a strong position to deliver full game development services as well as our traditional Art Outsource and Music and Sound FX services”. Bakó continues, “We have worked on some triple A projects such as Need for Speed, Driver, San Francisco and the Witcher 2 and these experience’s and the knowledge gained will benefit our plans for the future”.


Bakó also commented, “The next eighteen months will be huge in the history of Artery Studios and we believe that this expansion of services is the next natural step, we are positioning the business so that we can cope with the demands of our ever changing industry”.

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About Artery Studios.

Founded in 2006, Artery Studios offers a wide range of services covering the development side of Games.  These services include 2D / 3D Art, Programming, Sound and FX.  The company is built on the management’s team long-term experience and expertise in the various fields.  The company is focused on delivering high quality interactive entertainment.

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