Demiurge Studios to Publish Unannounced iOS game in Development at Owlchemy Labs
Cambridge, MA– August 22, 2012– Demiurge Studios, developer of Shoot Many Robots, is proud to announce the first game in its mobile publishing initiative. Owlchemy Labs, creators of Snuggle Truck, is currently at work on an original Apple iOS action title slated for release in early 2013. Both Boston-based teams are hot on the heels of recent releases; Demiurge's Shoot Many Robots: Arena Kings, a free-to-play PvP shooter now in closed beta for PC, and Owlchemy Labs with Jack Lumber , a pun-filled slow-motion log-slicing action/arcade game published by SEGA Alliance on Apple iOS.
“Our mutual hatred of robots and trees spurred an instant connection,” explained Albert Reed, CEO of Demiurge Studios.“With Owlchemy’s tremendous track record of engaging and stylish games, we’re thrilled to be working with them.”
“We can’t wait to show everyone what we’re working on,” said Alex Schwartz, Chief Scientist of Owlchemy Labs.“Given our scientific expertise, and Demiurge’s well known appreciation for scientific expertise, we expect only great things will come of this partnership. Also, science.”
ABOUT DEMIURGE STUDIOS
Founded in 2002, Demiurge Studios is one of the leading independent studios within Boston’s thriving video game development community, making a name for itself developing creative, new IP for emerging markets and platforms. The studio has been retained by industry leaders like Electronic Arts, Epic Games, Gearbox Software, Ubisoft, and Harmonix to help deliver over twenty titles for PC, mobile devices, and every major console since the studio’s inception. Demiurge’s first original title, Shoot Many Robots, is available for digital download on Xbox LIVE Arcade, PlayStation Network, and PC. For more information please visit www.demiurgestudios.com.
ABOUT OWLCHEMY LABS
Owlchemy Labs is a Boston Massachusetts based independent game developer focusing on absurd and highly polished games for all platforms. With shipped titles on iOS, Android, Blackberry, and Steam, Owlchemy Labs conducts science over at www.owlchemylabs.com.