Brisbane, Australia-based developer Krome Studios today announced the opening of a new studio halfway across the continent in Adelaide. As Australia's largest game developer, Krome is best known as the developer of the Ty the Tasmanian Tiger series, although it has also produced games based on King Arthur, The Adventures of Jimmy Neutron, Boy Genius, and Mattel's line of Barbie toys. Krome now employs more than 180 people and is working on a number of games for current and next-generation systems, as well as handhelds.
Krome opens new studio down under
Developer of Ty the Tasmanian Tiger series expands operations, sets up new shop in Adelaide.
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Meh, theyre too stereotypical of us Australians anyway. Like any Tasmanian Tiger, extinct as it may be, would run around throwing freakin boomerangs at thingies. It's too stupid.