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 Gone Home  studio rebrands and staffs up for new project
Gone Home studio rebrands and staffs up for new project
August 5, 2014 | By Alex Wawro

August 5, 2014 | By Alex Wawro
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Newsbrief: The studio formerly known as The Fullbright Company has changed its name to Fullbright as it staffs up for its next project.

You may remember that the Oregon-based studio launched its award-winning debut game, Gone Home, last August.

Programmer and studio cofounder Johnnemann Nordhagen went on to leave the company and found his own studio, Dim Bulb Games, in San Francisco earlier this year.

Now Fullbright seeks to hire both a programmer and an animator with Unity experience to work on its next project, an unannounced title that continues the company's focus on building narrative-driven exploration games.

For more insight into how the studio designed its first project, check out our Road to the IGF interview with studio cofounder Steve Gaynor.


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Steven Smith
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As someone who has interviewed many programmers, the idea of hiring one employee to design and maintain the entire code-base is terrifying. Maybe I always fear the worst-case scenario, but I would much prefer to hire two. Good luck to them.


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