The start-up is aiming to design games with original content, an in-depth storyline and a human dimension, and is currently working on its first game called “Long Night”, for 15-35-year-olds, on the theme of thrills and horror.
“Videogame publishing has always been a very active sector in France, but was previously more centralised in Paris… Bordeaux now has a true standing in this field. In this accessible city where the high-quality environment fosters creativity, it is now possible to develop videogames at lower cost and in better conditions”.
The three partners, from the same national school of videogames and interactive media (ENJMIN), are responsible for creation and development. They will entrust the online distribution of their game to specialised intermediaries and they are already planning on recruiting 3 additional co-workers over the next 3 years.
(Source: Bulletin Bordeaux Invest 27/01/14)