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Activision Leeds working on new Pitfall title

New UK team won't be developing a mobile Call Of Duty... not yet, at least

The new Leeds studio run by Activision director of partnerships & communication Martyn Brown is currently developing a revamp of Pitfall. previous reports. The Leeds studio is focused on the development of smartphone games.

"The first game we are making is in fact Pitfall, which is 30 years old this year," Brown told MCV.

"We've been working on Pitfall since earlier in the year when we set up and it has been really good to revisit that and bring it to a modern audience."

Brown and the studio, which benefits from the talents of ex-Rockstar bosses Mark Washbrook and Mark Lloyd, will also be working on other Activision properties in the future.

"Being able to call upon a wide portfolio of properties is really good for us and we are looking forward to finally showing it to more people," said Brown.

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Stephen Woollard Online Infrastructure Specialist, Electronic Arts8 years ago
Man, that screenshot brings back some memories... :-)
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Peter Dwyer Games Designer/Developer 8 years ago
Wait is this the new 3D pitfall series continued or just some retro port?
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Kessia Thomas Studying 3D Computer Animation, University of the West of Scotland8 years ago
Many hours lost playing that on my Commodore 64, memories. I would love to see ports of some classic games to the tablet market. Jet Set Willy anyone?

Edited 1 times. Last edit by Kessia Thomas on 11th July 2012 6:08pm

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I believe that mobile platforms are great way to bring best parts of C64 and Amiga gaming to new audience (and old one too). Our first game Tiny Troopers was inspired by Amiga classic Cannon Fodder. We set out to do modernized version of it, something we would want to play ourselves. There's so many great classics!

I hope Pitfall turns out great.
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