TT Games

TT Games was established in 2005 with the merger of publisher Giant Interactive and the developer Traveller's Tales. It was then acquired by Warner Bros. in 2007. The company is proud to continue its mission to be the leading publisher of interactive entertainment for young gamers and their families as part of Time Warner Inc.

Traveller's Tales have been making brilliant games for more than 15 years, with over 38 million copies sold to date. The company employs more than 150 people, with a studio in Knutsford under the leadership of Managing Director Jon Burton.

Giant Interactive Entertainment was established by Managing Director, Tom Stone and Head of Production, Jonathan Smith in 2004. The company is based in Burnham, England.

The first title to come from the TT Games partnership was the award winning LEGO Star Wars: The Videogame. This won over audiences both young and old alike, achieving critical acclaim rarely matched for a title aimed at children. The game has gone on to sell over 3 million units worldwide.

Recent articles about TT Games

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TT Games opens new UK studio to develop LEGO titles for mobile

Former Boss Alien head Jason Avent to lead TT Games Brighton

Lego Dimensions dropped

Toys-to-life genre loses another player as Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment pulls the plug a year earlier than planned

TT Games hires new global community manager

Bear Parker leaves Xbox PR agency Edelmen to handle "all things LEGO"

Lego Marvel Super Heroes hits this year

WBIE and TT Games extend building block license to yet another popular property

LEGO Lord of the Rings to launch in fall 2012

Lord of the Rings to join Batman, Star Wars and Indiana Jones in LEGO game franchise

New 3DS Lego game is 'Wii port'

New portable has "roughly the same power as a Wii" says TT Games

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Producer Nick Ricks explains the care needed in deciding the next IP for combination

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