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Submitted by Wiiloveit 549d ago | interview

Wiiloveit.com: Interview - CIRCLE Entertainment

"While most (developers and gamers alike) have moved on from the more obscure takes DSiWare offers, one team has demonstrated active commitment to the cause. In the time they've developed for this platform, not one, but multiple series of games have come to the fore, including Castle Conqueror, Come On!, and The Lost Town. And with a handful of titles still on the way to continue their streak, they are likely to become the third-party developer with the most games on the service (leadership in that category currently belongs to Gameloft at the time of writing, with 21 titles). Yes, I am speaking of CIRCLE Entertainment. With the team having made their way to the eShop on the 3DS just last year with Sweet Memories Blackjack, I spoke with Chris Chau, team CEO, to gain some insights on their development process, the partnerships they've formed for game distribution in both Japan and North America, and to discuss their plans to expand this year and beyond." -- Wiiloveit.com (3DS, Casual games, CIRCLE Entertainment, Dev, iPhone, Mobile, Nintendo DS, PC, Wii U)

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