|Strawdog Studios Ltd|
|Games in the making|
|Geon (XBLA, PSN & Wii)|
Turbo Duck (iPhone/iPod Touch)
Space Ark (XBLA)
|Interactive Entertainment |
|Paul Smith (Managing Director)|
Derek Pettigrew (Development Director)
Simon Morris (Technical Director)
Strawdog Studios Ltd. is a video game developer based in Derby, United Kingdom. The studio was established in 2003 and develops games for PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, Wii, PlayStation Portable, Nintendo DS, and PC.
Team Strawdog has a collective flair for creative and innovative original concepts for console and casual games, and has particular expertise in producing games for digital distribution platforms including Microsoft Xbox Live Arcade (XBLA), Sony PSN, Nintendo WiiWare and Apple iPhone.
History[edit | edit source]
In 2007 Strawdog Studios released their first original title Geon: Emotions on Xbox Live Arcade (XBLA). This initial version of the game focused on multiplayer competition with each player's capabilities based around an 'emotions' theme. It featured single player or split-screen two-player modes as well as 2-4 multiplayer online modes over Xbox Live.
In September 2008, the studio released a new 'definitive' version of Geon for PS3 with Wii and PC versions to follow in 2009. The updated version features many improvements over the original, with stronger single player modes, tighter gameplay rules, and a much simpler fusion of the emotions and powerballs theme.
Games[edit | edit source]
|Game Title||Platform(s)||Published by||Released|
|Geon: Emotions||Xbox Live Arcade||Eidos Interactive||September 19, 2007|
|Geon||PS3||Eidos Interactive||September 25, 2008|
|Turbo Duck||iPhone||Strawdog Studios||April 1, 2009|
|Geon Cube||Wii||UFO Interactive||November, 2009|
|Geon HD||Apple iPad, Apple iPhone||Strawdog Studios, Chillingo||April 2010|
|Space Ark||XBLA, PC||Strawdog Studios||June, 2010|
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- Company website
- Mobygames info page
- Geon game website
- Geon:Emotions game website
- Turbo Duck game webpage
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