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London, UK– 20.03.2013: Following the recent announcement of its expansion into indie publishing, London-based developer and publisher Curve has made a number of strategic staff hires to support its rapidly-growing publishing department.

Amanda Allen, who has been with the company for two years, has been promoted to the position of Producer and is overseeing Curve’s new indie publishing projects. New staff members Mark Church and Hector Mackenzie are heading up an expanded QA team. Meanwhile, Amy Oliver, previously at Wired Productions, is promoting forthcoming titles as Curve’s new Community Manager.

Since revealing its intentions to bring more indie titles to console earlier this month, Curve’s publishing team has announced indie hits Thomas Was Alone and Lone Survivor for PS3 and PS Vita. The games are due for release in spring and summer this year respectively, with more projects to be disclosed in the coming months.

About Curve

Curve is an indie game developer and publisher based in London, UK. Founded in 2005, Curve has worked with many highly respected partners, including Nintendo, Sony, Microsoft, and Disney. As well as developing original IP, the company is also working with a number of talented Indie developers to bring their games to console.

For more information about Curve, please contact:

Claire Gregg

Tel: 020 7566 0095

Email: pr@curve-studios.com



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