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Channel 4 announces its first four games


Channel 4 has announced the first three games that it will publish this year.

The firm has confirmed RetroFist's arcade title Fire Fu, shooter Super Arc Light from BAFTA-winning No Code and Apestorm being developed by Finland's Snowhound will all be out by March this year for mobile devices. 


“We’re absolutely delighted to be announcing our first batch of published games," said studio boss Colin Macdonald, "As well as the exciting partnerships we’ve built in our first few months of operation. We’re proud to be working alongside some of the finest mobile games development teams within the UK and Europe, and can’t wait to give these talented teams the platform that they deserve," said Macdonald.

It'll be interesting to see what comes of these games.

Edited On 14 Jan, 2016

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Craig 11 months ago
Two words... Crystal Maze. It has to be done
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Turniplord 11 months ago
there is already a crystal maze game on ios which means someone probably owns the rights to it (is it avalon?) - although I never though Channel 4 would be publishing games!
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Turniplord 11 months ago
^^ignore that - it has been removed - they probably didn't have the rights haha! it was by a company called Dynamo games and was on iOS and Android but its no longer there (in the UK) - so it would be good if they published an official game :)
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Joe2120 11 months ago
Yeah, their studio is in Glasgow. :D

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