Real Time Worlds staff form Ruffian

By Patrick Garratt, Friday, 19 December 2008 06:38 GMT

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Gamasutra’s reporting that a Dundee-based developer called Ruffian Games has been founded by key Crackdown-related employees, including lead designer Billy Thomson.

There’s a Flickr set here of three Ruffian staff looking at office space. In case you’re bored, like.

Obviously… Crackdown 2! Or not. More through there.

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