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Telltale celebrates five years with 1 million milestone

Episodic publisher also set to announce new project at E3

Sam & Max publisher Telltale Games has sold over one million episodes of gaming content, as the company turns five years old.

It has released over 20 games since spring 2005, with franchises such as Wallace & Gromit, Bone, Strong Bad and CSI.

"In the last five years, we have constructed the infrastructure to license, build, and distribute multiple seasons of episodic content," said CEO and co-founder Dan Connors. "Now Telltale finds itself in a leadership position as the digital marketplace for games continues to shape itself and grow."

Telltale has just launched a new promotion that rewards players for introducing new users to the community. It is also set to reveal a new series in development at E3 next month.

"The episodic model has been incredibly rewarding from a development standpoint," offered CTO and co-founder Kevin Bruner.

"It used to be we only made two or three games a decade. At Telltale, we release a new game every month, which fosters greater creativity with the teams, and the customers get to enjoy more content on a regular basis."

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