Arkedo Studio

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Arkedo Studio
Type Private
Industry Video game industry
Founded 2006
Founder(s) Camille Guermonprez
Aurélien Régard
Headquarters Paris, France
Website www.arkedo.com

Arkedo Studio is a French independent video game developer, founded in 2006 by Camille Guermonprez and Aurélien Régard. The company released their first game, Nervous Brickdown for the Nintendo DS, in 2007. They followed that game with 2009's Big Bang Mini—also for DS, and then later OMG: Our Manic Game for Windows Phone 7. The company's founding goal was to be "as small as possible", while still creating "'real' games - in boxes, with a manual". The company's owners have sought to retain the rights to their intellectual properties; as of January 2010, they continue to hold them all.[1]

Games developed[edit]

Game title Year released Platform(s) Notes
Nervous Brickdown 2007 Nintendo DS The developer's first project. Published by Eidos in North America and Europe. Success published the Japanese version.
Big Bang Mini 2009 Nintendo DS Published by SouthPeak Interactive.
Arkedo Series - 01 JUMP! 2009 Xbox Live Indie Games, PlayStation Network The first game in the Arkedo series.
Arkedo Series - 02 SWAP! 2009 Xbox Live Indie Games, PlayStation Network The second game in the Arkedo series.
Arkedo Series - 03 PIXEL! 2009 Xbox Live Indie Games, PlayStation Network The third and final game in the Arkedo series.
OMG: Our Manic Game 2010 Windows Phone
Hell Yeah! Wrath of the Dead Rabbit 2012 Steam, Xbox Live Arcade, PlayStation Network Published by Sega.[2]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Donlan, Chris (January 15, 2010). "Interview: Arkedo Studio". Edge. Archived from the original on 5 November 2010. Retrieved October 16, 2010. 
  2. ^ "Sega and Arkedo team up for 'Project Hell Yeah'". Joystiq. 

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