German developer/publisher chasing DS’ broad userbase

Daedalic authorised for DS development

German publisher Daedalic has been authorised as a DS developer.

The Hamburg-based publisher’s internal development team is currently working on several projects for the handheld.

Jan Muller-Michaelis, creative director at Daedalic Entertainment, said: “We thank Nintendo for their vote of confidence. We’re currently working on three innovative concepts for the DS that have now gone into the pre-production phase. Thanks to the handheld’s broad userbase, we are able to develop products targeting very diverse audiences.”

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