GameBrains says deal will help studio expand from boutique status to 'development powerhouse'

$11.6m Wii and DS deal for Kuala Lumpur dev

The push to produce new Wii and DS games is being felt across the globe: Singapore-based studio GameBrains has signed a deal worth $11.6m to develop multiple games for the Nintendo platforms.

Now, the company plans to grow the company further, moving into bigger facilities and expanding its production staff.

“These projects will ensure our continued presence as one of Southeast-Asia’s leading game developers, and drive our continued expansion for years to come,” said Brett Bibby, CEO of GameBrains.

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