Slightly Mad Studios
Slightly Mad Studios is a multi-award winning games developer specialising in racing simulations. Founded in 2008 and headquartered in London, the core development team have collectively worked on over 150 titles. The first published game as Slightly Mad was the well received Need For Speed: Shift for EA.
Recent articles about Slightly Mad Studios
Project CARS studio will join the UK publisher in a deal that could rise by $67m based on three-year earnout clause
European publisher says dev "fits perfectly" with non-violent esports mission
Future of the "Mad Box" is in question following the emergence of Google's streaming service
Withdrawal follows opposition from French casual games firm called Madbox
Ian Bell asserts studio isn't making a "stinking black slider" as he touts colorful designs, handles, and light weight
Project Cars 2 studio says The Mad Box will ship in about three years, won't court exclusives
Ex-Evolution exec leading unnamed title at Project Cars studio after layoffs at previous employer
Ian Bell lets slips UK racing studio's plans after this week's Project Cars 2 launch
"As of now pCARS is simply too much for the Wii U"
"Justifies the work both the team and the community have done over the years"
Slightly Mad's crowdfunded racer tops retail tables
Game is now "99.9 per cent complete"
Slightly Mad Studios racer now set for early April
Michele Pes leaves role of CEO of 10tacle Studios to join racing specialist
Developer ropes in Top Gear vet to assist with C.A.R.S.
Need for Speed: Shift dev releasing triple-A engine to work alongside - and reward - the community
Slightly Mad Studios on the creation of its latest racing epic
Some staff moved to new Gamagio studio as new project falls through
Hippos Lab aiming at "high quality original mobile content"
Need for Speed: Shift developer announces new leading edge social gaming engine
- United Kingdom
- Phone +44(0)207 252 1843
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