Rebellion Acquires TickTock Games 

Great news from our good friends at Rebellion that could be the start of something fantastic for the UK games industry.  Our many congratulations to Jason and Chris Kingsley and all the amazing team at Rebellion, doing Britain proud since 1992!

Rebellion Acquires Tick Tock Games

Press Release

Independant UK developer and publisher Rebellion today announced the aqustion of Yorkshire based studio TickTock Games for an undisclosed sum.

TickTock Games founded by industry veterans Arden Aspinal, Jonathan Wright and Paul Kelly have worked with many major partners over their 12 year history, including Nintendo, Sony, Microsoft, Nvidia and BBC Worldwide.  TickTock have recently lent their expertise to Rebellion projects, working on Rogue Trooper Redux and the  Nintendo Switch version of Battlezone Gold Edition.

TickTock Games will become Rebellion North, the fourth games studio falling under Rebellions umbrella, joining Rebellion Liverpool, Rebellion Warwick as sister studios to the company’s headquarters in Oxford.  Rebellion North  has already begun working on upcoming Rebellion games, as the company readies itself for another big year, with multiple unannounced titles set to launch in 2019.

“Bringing more great people to the company is a great way to start 2019” said Rebellion CEO and co-founder Jason Kingsley OBE. “The company continues to grow and its important to bring the right people as a part of that process. We’ve worked with the team at TickTock Games for a while now, and know they’ll continue to prosper as Rebellion North.”

Once again our many congratulations to Jason, Chris and all the folks at Rebellion and all the best with Rebellion North!

 

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