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Submitted by ThomasBW84 954d ago | interview

Interview: Curve Studios' Jonathan "Bidds" Biddle

One development studio that has made a valiant contribution to Nintendo’s digital download services is undoubtedly Curve Studios. Having first released Hydroventure for WiiWare to much critical acclaim back in 2010, the development team has recently returned to its original idea and expanded upon it for Hydroventure: Spin Cycle, a new instalment in the series that has been built from the ground up for the Nintendo 3DS.

Recently, Nintendo Life was invited along to Curve Studios’ headquarters in London, UK to take a tour of the studio, meet some of the team and speak with the creative genius behind it all: Jonathan “Bidds” Biddle. (3DS, Curve Studios, Dev, Hydroventure: Spin Cycle, Nintendo)

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