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Asylum extends Q engine agreement

London-based developer to use Qube's platform for 4 more titles

Asylum Entertainment has announced its decision to extend the license agreement it has with Qube Software over the Q engine to cover four more titles.

The move follows the creation of the first game under the original deal, Peppa Pig for the Nintendo Wii. Three of the additional titles will be released on the Wii, while the fourth will be a PC title.

"We had high expectations of Q and it delivered," said David Mowbray, development manager at Asylum. "I don't think that we could give the engine a clearer endorsement than to sign a deal for a further four games."

And Qube founder Servan Keondjian added: "Interest in Q has been particularly strong amongst developers working on games for the Wii console. Wii is clearly the console to beat at the moment and Q really allows studios to play to its strengths."

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