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Submitted by get2sammyb 734d ago | interview

Interview: Connecting the Blocks with Surge Deluxe Developer FuturLab

Push Square: "Brighton-based developer FuturLab may be the most consistent studio on the PlayStation Vita thus far. Having made its name in the PlayStation Minis space, the award-winning outfit has made the jump to native portable production with the kind of poise that you’d expect from a more experienced team. And with the brilliant Surge Deluxe – an enhanced conversion of its popular PlayStation Mobile puzzler – adding yet another critical hit to the company’s bulging catalogue, we decided to catch up with managing director James Marsden in order to talk a little bit about the recently released game, and the key to its success." (PS Vita, Surge Deluxe)

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