|Industry||Video game industry|
|Founded||4 August 2008|
Number of employees
|Subsidiaries||Hello Labs Limited|
Hello Games was founded in August 2008 by former employees from other video game companies, such as Criterion Games, Electronic Arts, and Kuju Entertainment. At the 2010 Develop Awards, they won two awards: Best New Studio and Best Micro Studio. In September 2010, they were listed by The Guardian as one of the 100 most innovative and creative companies of the previous 12 months. At the 2011 Gamescom press event, they announced their second game, Joe Danger 2: The Movie. Hello Games announced a new science fiction adventure game, titled No Man's Sky, at the VGX 2013 award show. On 24 December 2013, the studio's offices were flooded after a nearby river broke its bank, with much of the hardware used in the development in the game being destroyed.
Originally, No Man's Sky had been set for release in June 2016, but a month prior, Murray announced that the game had been delayed due to need for last minute fixes and polishing, and would launch two months later in August. After the release of No Man's Sky, Hello Games was accused of dishonesty surrounding their promotion of the game, and the subsequent lack of promised features. Many of these missing features were added via numerous post-release updates.
|2010||Joe Danger||Android, iOS, PlayStation 3, PlayStation Vita, Windows, Xbox 360|
|2012||Joe Danger 2: The Movie||Linux, macOS, PlayStation 3, PlayStation Vita, Windows, Xbox 360|
|2014||Joe Danger Infinity||iOS|
|2016||No Man's Sky||PlayStation 4, Windows, Xbox One|
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