Members of the quality assurance team at now-defunct Swedish game developer GRIN have joined up to establish Trinity QA Studio, a multiplatform quality control firm that says it will offer "services of great professional quality at 'low-cost' prices."
GRIN was known for games including Bionic Commando
, Bionic Commando Rearmed
, Wanted: Weapons of Fate
, and others, shutting its doors last August
after 12 years of operation.
Newly-formed Trinity, which claims in a statement to have risen "from [GRIN's] ashes like the phoenix bird to form a very competitive team of quality control," is headquartered in Jakarta, Indonesia with a secondary sales and technical support office in Spain.
The company supports PC, current major home and portable consoles, iPhone, iPad, iPod, Android, Bada, Blackberry, and J2ME, and is certified for compliance testing by Apple, Sony, Microsoft, and J2ME. Trinity says it has already completed work on multiple titles being sold in Apple's App Store.