Empty Clip Studios

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Empty Clip Studios, LLC
Industry Computer and video games
Founded San Diego, California (July 2007)
Headquarters San Diego, California
Key people
Francois Bertrand, Co-founder
Matt Shores, Co-founder
Website www.emptyclipstudios.com

Empty Clip Studios, LLC is a video game developer based in San Diego, California and was founded in July 2007. It was formed by Francois Bertrand and Matt Shores.[1]

On September 8, 2008 the company released their debut game Groovin' Blocks, a music-based puzzle game for WiiWare.[2][3] On December 17, 2008 it was followed-up by Glow, an iPhone puzzle game.

Games developed[edit]


  1. ^ by Louis Bedigian, September 18, 2008, gamezone.com, "Going Independent: The Challenges of Solo Game Design with Empty Clip Studios’ Francois Bertrand", Retrieved 10-07-2008
  2. ^ September 5, 2008, [1], nintendoworldreport.com, "Empty Clip Studios Announces Groovin' Blocks for WiiWare", Retrieved 10-07-2008
  3. ^ by Darren Calvert, September 7, 2008, wiiware-world.com, "Empty Clip Studios Interview - Groovin' Blocks", Retrieved 10-07-2008

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