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Tumble Developer Working on “Several PS3 Exclusive Titles”

Tumble blew us away when it released on the PlayStation Network last year, providing a terrific three-dimensional puzzler that showed what the Move controller was really capable of. Developer of both Tumble and the fun party game Start the Party!, Supermassive Games are once again planning to develop exclusively for the PS3, according to a recent job listing.

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doctorstrange4719d ago

Was a truly awesome game. Can't wait for what's next.

BigWoopMagazine4716d ago

It's actually still one of my favorite Move games.

insertcoin4719d ago

Seems like they're creating several downloadable titles for PSN.

doctorstrange4719d ago

Although Start the Party! was a full retail game.

JonnyBigBoss4719d ago

Tumble was outstanding. I can't wait to see more from these guys and girls!

firemassacre4719d ago (Edited 4719d ago )

was tumble any good? never played it, is there a demo?

@hired help, getting my 160 gb brand new ps3 september, ill check it out. i like these type of games.

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Supermassive Games is set to undergo layoffs

Until Dawn and The Dark Pictures developer Supermassive Games is about to be hit by a wave of layoffs.

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ApocalypseShadow137d ago

If true, it's like a meteor storm and you're wondering where the next hit is going.

Who's next? Capcom? Namco? Ubisoft? EA? Who's next and what crater will it form?

anast136d ago

For the personal lives of the people, it's devastating. For games, trends are shifting.

Stuart5756136d ago

Ubisoft has sooooo many employees and their games haven't done too brilliantly lately. I would be surprised if they didn't have layoffs at this stage. Loved Avatar though, loved it.

I hope all these layoffs aren't to make space for their AI replacements...

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Supermassive Games Founders Leave the Studio After 16 Years

Announced today on LinkedIn, Supermassive Games founders Pete and Joe Samuels are stepping down from the company after more than 15 years.

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Supermassive Games talks Little Nightmares 3: "Horror doesn't have to come from just being dark"

Gamescom 2023 | Supermassive Games is determined to evoke Little Nightmares' unique brand of atmospheric dread in its third instalment

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