WhiteMoon Dreams has announced its formation as a Pasadena, California based developer working on an unannounced title for a major Japanese publisher.
The studio was formed by former Medal of Honor and Fallout developers, led by former EA technical art director Jay Kootarappallil and former Fallout lead concept and game designer R. Scott Campbell. It reports that it currently has 11 employees.
WhiteMoon Dreams, which is developing games for the Wii, Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3, intends to focus on original IP but is open to working with outside publishers on "interesting titles needing development."
"Our games are our dreams! We want to be in the worlds we're building, dealing with the situations we're creating, and being the characters that we're lovingly crafting," Kootarappallil said.
"The moon (in our own personal way) signifies our love for the art of game-making. We love making games, we love the people who make them, and we especially love the people who play them!"
The company plans to target the core audience of 18-34 year-old males, but is "eager to develop titles whose appeal will go well beyond the traditional demographics."