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Gary Carr reportedly setting up brand new studio

Lionhead creative director quits

Lionhead’s creative director Gary Carr has left the Fable developer after 12 years at the company.

As reported by GameSpot, Carr is now thought to be in the process of setting up his own game studio. A statement from a Microsoft spokesperson confirmed his exit.

“We can confirm that Gary Carr, who played a lead role in Fable: The Journey, Milo & Kate, and The Movies, is no longer at Lionhead Studios," read a statement.

"Gary has been a great friend and colleague during his tenure at Lionhead, and we appreciate his contributions to the team. We remain focused on the development of Fable Legends and have nothing further to share. We wish Gary the best in his next venture.”

Before joining Lionhead in 2003, Carr worked as lead artist at Bullfrog and MD of Muckyfoot Productions.

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