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Do indie developers still need publishers?

Finally, thanks to digital distribution, developers can ditch those creatively restrictive publishers and goit alone. MCV speaks to those companies who insist the right publisher can be a force for good Developers can release games on their own, with no real need for publishers. Why should they still turn to …

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Chillingo opens office in China

EA’s mobile publishing label Chillingo has set up shop in China in EA’s Shanghai office. The new studio – Chillingo China – will be publishing mobile titles over Chinese app stores, as well as bringing ‘culturised’ games from the region to the global market. China represents a tremendous growth opportunity, …

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Fable dev and Angry Birds publisher among Top 50 UK Mobile Innovators

The creator of the Fable franchise and the publisher of hit mobiles games such as Angry Birds and Cut The Rope have been highlighted among the Top 50 British firms working in the mobile space. Another Place and Chillingo were two of the firms included in Mobile Entertainment’s Top 50 …

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Chillingo on surviving the brutal world of mobile publishing

Chillingo is one of EA’s forgotten divisions. The mobile games publisher famed for launching Angry Birds and Cut the Rope into the world works behind the scenes, hunting out the next big mobile game and helping its developers to launch it. It doesn’t own the games it releases. It’s a …

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Chillingo: Founders exit has had ‘no impact’ on our business

EA-owned mobile games publisher Chillingo says its business as usual following the exit of its two founders, Joe Wee and Chris Byatte. The duo left Chillingo – where they served as director and general manager –at the end of last year. They had set up the company up in 2005 …

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Chillingo founders leave EA

Chillingo founders Chris Byatte and Joe Wee are the latest high-profile names to depart Electronic Arts. Byatte and Wee set-up mobile games publisher Chillingo in 2005, and helped launch a number of major mobile titles including the original Angry Birds and Cut The Rope. EA acquired Chillingo in October 2010 …

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