Former Remode staff team up to open a new development studio - Strike Gamelabs

2 nd July 2014, Cornwall, United Kingdom – Strike Gamelabs will be based in South West

England and will focus on the development of their own intellectual property.

Senior figures from the recently closed “Remode” have founded a brand new game development studio –“Strike Gamelabs”, which will focus solely on development of new and exclusive IP.

The independent studio will be run by Ella Romanos, Martin Darby and Gareth Lewis. The new studio, based in Cornwall, has already secured investment to begin development of a new unannounced title due for release in 2015.

Strike Gamelabs Commercial Director, Ella Romanos said “We are delighted to be announcing our new studio, and to have the opportunity to work on our own games with such a great team.  The support that we have had from the industry has been incredible and we are all so excited to be working on a brand new title.”

Design Director, Martin Darby said “I am really happy to be part of the new studio in Cornwall. We have been hard at work creating our own unique IP and it is something that we know our fans and gamers will really enjoy. We are still relatively early in the games development but we will definitely be announcing more information about it in the coming months.”

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About Strike Gamelabs:

Strike Gamelabs was founded in 2014, in the UK, by Ella Romanos, Martin Darby and Gareth Lewis. The team previously worked together at Remode, and founded Strike to focus on development of their own games.


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