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Post by Dan @ 12:57pm 30/07/12 | 2 Comments
After a quiet couple of years, Aussie developer Krome Studios has resurfaced with a refurbished website and a teaser image for a new addition to one of their more memorable franchises -- Ty the Tasmanian Tiger (via: Gamespot).

At it's peak, Krome was Australia's largest developer (actually one of the largest independent studios globally) with over 400 staff across studios in Brisbane, Melbourne and Adelaide. In later 2010 however, the company sadly shuttered the Adelaide outlet complete and let go of the majority of Melbourne and Brisbane staff.

It appears that the remaining Kromans have circled the wagons however, as the company has recently published a Windows Phone 8 version of Toy Soldiers: Boot Camp, and now dropped this new Ty teaser.

The teaser image on the Krome site is celebrating the 10th anniversary of the original Australiana action game, telling us only to "Get ready for a whole new "Range Game!".



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Eds
Posted 01:44pm 30/7/12
It appears that the remaining Kromans have circled the wagons however


If you mean using a few legal loop holes to screw over ex staff and not pay them out while retaining their brand. Yes. :P
greazy
Posted 02:25pm 30/7/12
Using :P won't hide your bitterness Eds.

Pray tell more.
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