DICE developers Wille Wintertidh, Malte Hildingsson and Torbjorn Lædre – the latter two of which worked on Battlefield 3 – have left the firm for Ngmoco Sweden. The new hires were announced by Ngmoco Sweden manager Ben Cousins, who left EA in March last year. The former DICE developers will be joining Tony Davis, former game director on Crytek’s gladiator Kinect game Ryse, to work on Ngmoco’s social gaming platform Mobage. Thanks, Develop.
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Malte Hildingsson And Torbjorn Lædre
The Collectables, the tactical-action game from Crytek for DeNA’s Mobage platform, is now available through the App Store for iPhone and iPad. Players assemble a squad of misfit mercenaries in and command each soldier in various combat scenarios. Crews can be upgraded using a collecting card system. It is free-to-play with extra in-game gold available […]
Crytek is joining forces with DeNA to develop a free-to-play mobile game called “The Collectables”.