Irish Developers and Their Games

Created Mar 16, 2018 by Keravanjoki
If everything you know about the Irish is a bunch of stereotypes - like "they believe in leprechauns and search for their pots with gold", I'm here to surprise you. They make games! Mostly mobile, though. However, here I collected for you five (and a bonus) Irish-made games, which are universally popular. These projects show original ideas and an unusual approach. What else do you need?
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The Little Acre screenshot
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    The Little Acre was developed by an Irish indie company Pewter Games Studio, based in Dublin, in 2016. Pewter Games was founded by Christopher Conlan and Ben Clavin in 2013. The Little Acre is their d…
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    Don't Look Back screenshot
      Don't Look Back is another Terry Cavanagh's game, released in 2009. It tells the story of Orpheus and Eurydice in a modern way. The main character goes down to the underworld in order to return his lo…
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        Did you know that Super Hexagon is an Irish game? This indie project is famous for its hypnotic design and high difficulty. In 2013 Super Hexagon was nominated for BAFTA as The Best British Game; it a…
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        Dead Hungry Diner screenshot
          Dead Hungry Diner is a puzzle and strategy game released by Black Market Games in 2012. In fact, it's a restaurant simulator but in an unusual setting: you need to serve and satisfy a variety of monst…
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          The Darkside Detective screenshot
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            The Darkside Detective was released by Spooky Doorway in 2017. It's a point-and-click adventure game reminding of Twin Peaks a lot. Something strange happens in the city, and the brave detectives have…
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            Halo 2 screenshot
              And here is a bonus round! Of course, you know that Halo 2 was made by Bungie Studios, but they used the Havok physics engine. Do you understand now? Though they don't have their own games, the Irish …
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