Members of staff made redundant in a round of layoffs at Relentless this month have founded a new studio called Full Moon, with a representative telling GamesIndustry.biz that they hold no resentment towards their former employers.
Kalvin Lyle of Full Moon contacted GamesIndustry.biz to make clear that most of the staff involved in the cuts felt no animosity about the situation, in which twenty employees were let go earlier this month.
Lyle says staff were warned in good time and are looking forward to the two studios working together at some point in the future.
"I can't speak for everyone, but I think we're trying to make the best of it," Lyle told GamesIndustry.biz. "Those let go from Relentless are some of the most talented people I've worked with in my 15 year career.
"Obviously it's not a great situation, the landscape for employment isn't great right now in the south east or in the UK. With all the recent closures and redundancies there's a lot of competition. For those with families who can't easily relocate, it makes things very difficult.
"The reductions at Relentless were completely understandable, we were all given fair notification and I think Relentless handled it very well. We hope to work with Relentless again possibly as an outsource partner, supporting them any way we can. We wish them the very best."
Full Moon is currently looking for projects to become involved with, with the company's website indicating a focus on casual gaming and digital distribution.