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Team 17 responds to Allison Road cancellation

Publisher Team 17 has had its say on the cancellation of Allison Road, although nothing new is revealed in the statement. After a long consideration between Lilith owner Chris Kesler and ourselves, we have reached a mutual agreement to end our collaboration on publishing Allison Road under Team17’s Games label,” …

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Allison Road cancellation due to Team 17 split, Lilith says

Developer Lilith has blamed the recent shock cancellation of horror title Allison Road on a split with publishing partner Team 17. After a long consideration between Team17 and ourselves, we have reached a mutual agreement to end our collaboration on publishing Allison Road under Team17’s Games label,” Lileth said. Sometimes …

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Happy 25th Birthday Team 17

The Escapists, Yooka-Laylee, Beyond Eyes… 2015 has been one of the most exciting years in Team17’s history. Not bad for a business that’s now 25-years-old. MCV speaks to CEO Debbie Bestwick on the company’s quarter of a century in the games industry. For those that weren’t around 25 years ago, …

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Thinking inside the box: Why digital developers should bother with brick and mortar retail

The narrative goes that boxed games retail is dying as the digital market thrives. The digital sector has, in many ways, lowered the barrier to entry in the games market and been one of the main factors in the booming indie movement. Oh course, the physical games market is still …

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Lilith cancels Allison Road Kickstarter, partners with Team 17

Developer Lilith has halted its Kickstarter crowdfunding push for survival horror title Allison Road. The PT-inspired title’s Kickstarter launched on September 21st, and since then Lilith has raised 145,959 of its 250,000 goal and attracted 4,482 backers. The studio has announced on Kickstarter that the reason it has ditched its …

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Team17 rocks Gamescom with biggest-ever showing

Rapidly-rising UK games publisher Team17 says it is on course to double its revenue in 2015. The firm has just helped indie hit The Escapists pass $10m and almost 1m in unit sales. It also recently signed Yooka-Laylee, the new platformer from former Rare developers, and is creating two new …

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What the hell does ‘indie’ even mean anymore?

Indie. It’s a word that instantly conjures visions of 2D platformers, retro graphics and quirky gameplay, of bedroom designers and nervous-looking developers showing their life’s work in the corner of games industry events. Today, the term also brings to mind some of the most innovative, influential and talked-about titles ever …

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