Founded in 2011, and becoming part of the Keywords Studios group in 2017, the work for hire studio have partnered on projects with the likes of Boss Key, the BBC, Sony and Sega, and will now be offering up their hard-earned experience & industry insight on the Get in the Game tour and to students attending Search for a Star Finals day.

d3t’s skill and experience has been channelled into a wide variety of projects, most recently on the development of high profile modernisations of Sega’s Shenmue and Shenmue II. The studio is continuously going from strength to strength, offering their services as an independent company without ties to any one IP.

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The Cheshire-based developers consistently been listed as one of Gamesindustry.biz’s  ‘Best Places to Work’ and with their diversity in projects, developers never get tired of working on one project for too long. Staff are able to cultivate a range of skills which they simply aren’t able to within a traditional studio environment.

You can find out more d3t and their work over on their website.