TT Games group is a British video game developer and publisher. It is made up of three divisions, Traveller's Tales, TT Fusion and publisher TT Games Publishing. TT games united have been operating since 2005 (both joint).
TT Games Publishing is based in Maidenhead in Berkshire, England, and is the only publisher to specialise in computer and video games for young gamers and their families.
TT games is well known for their Lego Star Wars titles. TT Games holds the worldwide rights to develop Lego video games. TT Games also holds the video game development and publishing rights to "The Guinness World Records" book.
On 8 November 2007, Warner Bros. announced that they were purchasing the TT Games group for an undisclosed amount as part of their expansion into the video game industry.
Traveller's Tales have been making games for more than 18 years, with over 45 million copies sold to date. The company employs more than 150 people in their Knutsford studio under the leadership of Managing Director Jon Burton.
The independent developer Embryonic Studios, formed by the key staff of Gizmondo/Warthog, was acquired by Traveller's Tales in 2006. Having been renamed TT Fusion, it is currently working on DS versions of the console games TT have in production, as well as prototype work on future TT games.
Traveller's Tales Oxford studio closed down. The team were responsible for Crash Twinsanity and Super Monkey Ball Adventure.
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