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Aardvark Swift Spotlight: Deep Silver Dambuster Studios – “I think they’re that passionate and proud about what they are doing, that any avenue to talk about it they want to jump on.”

The name might have changed over the years, but Deep Silver Dambuster Studios is a staple of the British game development scene, demystifying the industry and improving employment opportunities

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“Part of what we do as Ballistic Moon is embrace creative risks” – Aardvark Swift studio spotlight: Ballistic Moon

With decades of industry experience at their fingertips, Ballistic Moon is pushing the game development envelope, disinterested in providing derivative experiences for gamers when innovation is at the core of what they do

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“We have an industry which is 90 per cent educated to at least undergraduate level, with a very high socio-economic barrier as well” – Aardvark Swift Spotlight: Into Games

With an aim to support young people from primary school age through to their first industry role, how has Into Games evolved over the last year?

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“The industry can’t afford for this year’s graduates to be less prepared than those that came before them” – Levelling up the academic year with Aardvark Swift

As students begin a new academic year, Grads in Games are ensuring that games graduates are just as prepared for employment as those that came before them.

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“Gone are the incubation periods, graduate programmers are now learning by doing” – Future-proofing the industry with graduate recruitment

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This year’s game development graduates face never before seen uncertainty, but there’s actually never been a better time to make use of this fresh-faced talent pool

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“The journey we’re on is going to be astronomical. It’s probably going to be one of the largest hiring drives that I’ve ever been involved with” – The Multiplayer Guys

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The Multiplayer Guys, an exciting remote outfit with offices in Nottingham, is planning on growing to 500+ people over the next five years.

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