DoubleTap Games

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DoubleTap Games
Industry Video game industry
Genre Game company
Predecessor Helixe
Founded November 3, 2008
Founder Kurt Bickenbach, Richard Corredera
Headquarters Cambridge, Massachusetts, United States[1]

DoubleTap Games is a video game company with the intent to create original Nintendo DS games with online multiplayer components. DoubleTap was formed after THQ closed the former studio of Helixe in November 2008.[2]

An original co-founder of Helixe, Kurt Bickenbach, help found DoubleTap and serves as production director. Richard Corredera, technical director at Helixe and previous lead programmer at Sony Online Entertainment, is business director.[3]


  1. ^ Dobson, Jason (4 February 2009). "DoubleTap games formed, aimed at DS". Joystiq. Retrieved 2009-12-12.
  2. ^ Lee, James (2 February 2009). "Axed Helixe studio founds DoubleTap Games". GamesIndustry. Retrieved 2009-12-12.
  3. ^ Caoili, Eric (3 February 2009). "Helixe Vets Form DS Studio DoubleTap". Gamasutra. Retrieved 2009-12-12.