From Halo developer to indie publisher. What’s that all about? Nathan Grayson talks to Bungie’s Bernie Yee about Bungie Aerospace.
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Crimson: Steam Pirates, the first indie game to be published under Halo developer Bungie’s Aerospace scheme, arrives on iPad on September 1.
Bungie Aerospace is an initiative to partner with small developers to help them make mobile and social games – and to let those in the Bungie.net community know about some Bungie-approved games worth playing, according to Kotaku.
Bungie is conducting all sorts of festivities for its 20th anniversary celebration. Though the most enticing challenge for Halo fans is Bungie’s steak challenge. Beat the developers at Halo Reach during their 24-hour Halo marathon and they’ll mail you a pair of steaks. That’s right, steaks.
Bungie’s confirmed that a full announcement on what Bungie Aerospace is will finally arrive within the next couple of weeks.
Bungie has filed a trademark and logo for Bungie Aerospace Corporation with the Washington Secretary of State website as well as with the state of Delaware.
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