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Channel 4 creating its own games

Channel 4 has begun to properly commission games content alongside its TV and cross-media efforts – and has turned to indie team Introversion for one of its first projects.

The channel is also looking to fund games for the likes of Miniclip.com and Kongregate.com, plus console downloads, mobile games and ARGs.

Speaking at yesterday’s NESTA event unveiling a new half-million pound fund for games studios, one of the UK broadcaster’s commissioning editors Adam Gee named the Introversion title as ‘Chronometer’, but added little other details, except to say that the game was the first of Channel 4’s planned downloadable PC games.

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