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Goodbye Kansas invests in Framebunker

Company's investment arm acquires part of Danish studio founded by Unity veterans

Goodbye Kansas Game Invest has announced it has made an investment in Danish studio Framebunker, acquiring a stake in the company.

Based in Copenhagen, Framebunker was founded by Unity co-founder Nicholas Francis and former Unity creative director Charles Hinshaw. The studio is currently working on a cyberpunk tactical action title called Static Sky.

This will be Goodbye Kansas' first investment outside of Sweden. The company's executive producer Henrik Jonsson said it will also be key for Goodbye Kansas development studios, who will benefit from the Unity veterans' expertise.

"We look for exceptional people with visions for creating both successful companies and amazing gaming experiences with a long-term perspective," Jonsson said. "Framebunker have proven to possess exactly these qualities, with their extensive expertise from the creation of Unity, combined with great game ideas. We see this as more than an investment in a game studio, this is an investment in our ecosystem where all our partner companies will benefit from the collaboration, given the Unity expertise that now becomes part of the Goodbye Kansas family."

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