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Amor and Eades’ Relentless March Forwards.

Lifestyle studio expands.

21st April 2005. Brighton based, Relentless Software, one of the UK's leading independent game development studios, today announced a recruitment drive to hire more staff and a move to larger offices.

Andrew Eades, co-founder and Development Director of Relentless Software said, "We've got our first title under our belts, the second is due to be announced at E3 and we're already hard at work on our third. We've found our niche and are urgently looking for more staff to continue our mission of bringing games to the masses not just the hardcore."

Eades added, 'Brighton is a great place to live. The coast, the nightlife and sheer variety of activities is second to none. There's so much here for everyone, it's an ideal place to live and work.'

The company will move into its new offices in June 05 and is actively looking to hire designers, programmers and artists to work on their exciting portfolio of new games. This is a particularly good opportunity for artists to move into the games industry as no previous games experience is necessary. And experienced programmers and artists who want a change from traditional games are welcomed.

For further information please contact: Alison Beasley, Lincoln Beasley PR

T: +44 (0) 1608 645756 E: M: +44 (0) 7966 449130

To submit a CV or for further information on the positions available please email:

About Relentless Software

Relentless Software was formed in late 2003 by Andrew Eades and David Amor. Both Eades and Amor have track records in the videogames industry that include working at DMA, Virgin and Electronic Arts, and on many games including the Lemmings and Harry Potter franchises. The company is based in Brighton and currently employs 18 staff with plans to expand to 30 over the coming months.

The company plans to create and develop new and exciting games for the mass market - re-hashing the same old ideas and releasing me-too titles is not part of the plan.

Relentless released their first title, DJ: Decks and FX (Sony) in late 2004 and was subsequently nominated for a BAFTA. Their current title is due to be unveiled in mid-May. For further information please visit the company website:

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