Gameloft introduced as of late that it has received The Different Guys, the studio in the back of interactive story-based apps like Linda Brown and Trips.
Gameloft is a developer and writer that specializes in free-to-play cellular gaming. Obtaining The Different Guys provides the studio a developer with experience on a selected roughly informal gaming, one that specializes in episodic tales with giant decision-making moments for avid gamers. They’re additionally apps which might be a success with with ladies.
“In case you have a look at two in their largest merchandise, Linda Brown and Trips, you’ll in finding that The Different Guys create studies which might be very well liked by the feminine informal target audience,” Gameloft CEO Alexandre de Rochefort advised GamesBeat. “We have already got an ideal set of video games that talk to that target audience, however The Different Guys have a professional snatch of this narrative style we haven’t labored in ahead of.”
In combination, The Different Man’s story-based apps have earned over 37 million downloads. And the gang that made The Different Man’s a success isn’t going anyplace.
“Myself and the opposite founders will keep running The Different Guys, with the similar control staff as ahead of,” Nicolas Cuneo, the CEO and cofounder of The Different Guys, advised GamesBeat. “Operations will keep the similar with giant beef up from Gameloft, with all in their revel in and groups all over the world. Be imagine the alternatives for synergy and dealing in combination will assist to take Trips to the following degree.”
“Something we’re extraordinarily pleased with at The Different Guys, is our paintings ethic, as we’ve got a strong content material advent pipeline, which as an example lets in us to release greater than 14 episodes weekly,” Cuneo famous. “We imagine our video games and studies to be like a combination between a TV sequence and videogames. Now we have an out of this world staff, with content material advent ability coming immediately from the TV business.”