Triangle Studios announces Cross of the Dutchman

Leeuwarden, The Netherlands - September 20, 2011 - Dutch independent game developer Triangle Studios is proud to announce their next project: Cross of the Dutchman.

Cross of the Dutchman is an action-adventure game based on the folk legend of “Grutte” Pier Gerlofs Donia. In Cross of the Dutchman, you as the player take the role of Grutte Pier, a Frisian freedom fighter from the 16th century. On your journey you will encounter many challenges, and experience the world of medieval Western Europe like no game before. Will you be able to live up to the legend and liberate Frisia? Cross of the Dutchman will be released in the first half of 2012.


Cross of the Dutchman tells the legendary story of “Grutte” Pier Gerlofs Donia. A hero 7 feet tall with the strength of an ox. A man who stood up to the oppressors of his land after a great injustice was done to him and his family. A kind man who turned into a brute, and took up the task of liberating his homeland, and destroying those who stood against him.

Development blog:

At, Triangle Studios is blogging daily about the development of Cross of the Dutchman. We invite you to join the community and participate in the discussions about the project. Our goal is to create a great gaming experience together with the enthusiasts who join the community.

About Triangle Studios:

Dutch independent game development company Triangle Studios was founded in 2006, the now five year old company is developing games for PC, consoles and handhelds. Last year, Triangle Studios was nominated for a Dutch Game Award for best console game of 2010.


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