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Channel 4 commissions more UK-made games

UK broadcaster Channel 4 continues to invest heavily in innovative UK games projects.

It today revealed a new set of commissions for its Education division from British game studios.

The projects are all due out in the next few months.

Studios signed include Tuna, Playniac, Zoe Mode, Preloaded, Littleloud and Big Robot.

It’s also working on a console game with Scottish outfit Proper Games, and has signed up Paulina Bozek’s Inensu for a fashion app and site.

They are a mix of established teams and brand new outfits, and their games and apps cover a range of projects that would otherwise be neglected by traditional games.

For the full story, head over to Develop.

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