The Game Kitchen
Based in Sevilla, Spain
June 18, 2010
Press / Business Contact:
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+0034 634 53 13 37
DescriptionWe create games for mobile devices and PC. We used to do a lot of contract work, but now we do fully independent projects. We too have a thing for games made with accesibility in mind, and games for social change.
Long before The Game Kitchen was born, the people behind this company met each other and begin learning how to make games. First, it was a hobby, we had jobs somewhere else. "Nivel21 Entertainment" we'd like to call us back then. We made some games and entered a few contests, being "Rotor'scope: The Secret of the Endless Energy" the most remarkable one, awarded 2nd Prize on DreamBuildPlay 2009.After that
After the moderated success of "Rotor'scope", we found the strengh we needed to quit our boring jobs and create our own company, The Game Kitchen. For the first two years, we did contract work for other companies and game studios, including ports of existing games and educational titles.In the Present
Currently our company has moved away from the contract bussines and it's fully focused in creating it's own original titles, mostly in the field of what's now commonly know as indie games. One of our first titles was "Dungeon Defiler" for iOS. Now, we're currently creating an episodic point-and-click, horror adventure called "The Last Door".
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Awards & Recognition
- "Rotor'scope - 2nd Prize DreamBuildPlay 2009" - Microsoft XNA Contest, 2009
- "Rotor'scope - Best Gameplay" - ArtFutura, Barcelona, 2009
- "Rotor'scope - Best Indie Game, Public Choice Award" - GameLab, Barcelona, 2010
Team & Repeating
Journalist, PR and Community Manager
Programmer, Project Manager
Programmer, Accessibility Consultant
Artist, Sound Designer
Web (In Spanish)