Andrew Roper made technical director following coding work on Tango Fiesta

Spilt Milk Studios hires new director

UK one-man developer Spilt Milk Studios has doubled in size now that a new member has joined the team.

Andrew Roper officially becomes part of Spilt Milk as he takes on the role of technical director. He will work alongside the studio’s founder Andrew Smith.

Smith and Roper have actually worked together on various projects since 2012. Roper has helped with coding on several of the studio’s games and demos including Tango Fiesta, Hugatron, Tomb and the upcoming Lazarus.

Roper has also worked on Mike Bithell’s Volume and Crow Crows Crows’ lengthily-titled Dr Langeskov, The Tiger and the Terribly Cursed Emerald: A Whirlwind Heist.

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