Nucleosys

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Nucleosys Digital Studio
Industry Video games
Fate Dissolved
Founded 2003
Defunct 2009
Key people
Agustin Cordes, Alejandro Graziani, Alina Graziani
Products Scratches
Website http://www.nucleosys.com/

Nucleosys was a video game developer based in Argentina specializing in the adventure genre. The company was founded in 2003 by Agustin Cordes and Alejandro Graziani. On July 15, 2009 Nucleosys was announced to be disbanding.[1]

On August 3, 2009 the studio announced via its official site that it would be closing its doors soon. Agustin Cordes later went on to found Senscape.

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Nucleosys's first project Scratches was released in North America on March 8, 2006.

About their final, untitled, project, the only information ever released on the company website was that it would have been a horror first-person adventure, taking place in a single location, over the course of one night, with several characters to interact with.

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