Nestled in the middle of Chester’s developing Canal Quarter the Steam Mill is a landmark grade 2 listed building that has recently undergone a comprehensive refurbishment. It sits right next to the canal and in-between some of the best bars and restaurants Chester has to offer. There is easy access to the M53 motorway and the train station is two minutes’ walk away.
“Having a larger office has given us the opportunity to diversify a little" explains Steven Craft, Director and Co-Founder, "Mobile games development is still by far our primary focus, but with Pi, our cross-platform engine that covers many platforms including: Windows, MacOSX, iPhone, iPad, WebOS, Bada, BlackBerry BB7 and BlackBerry BB10 we have found some demand for the development of multi-platform enterprise applications too.”
“With Wacky Rapids currently in localised beta and production scaling up on an un-announced project for a global IP, various smaller projects and our own IP developments the team are super excited about what the future holds” said Antony.
If you happen to be a game developer or involved in the creative industries and can get to Chester on the 26th May then come along to the Game Dev North 4 networking event at The Cellar. Paw Print Games are co-hosts for the evening and registration for the event is free. To register simply add your name to the list here and keep up to date with all future Game Dev North events via the official twitter channel here.