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Conspexit Games hires Kuju to develop unannounced mobile AR game

Conspexit Games hires Kuju to develop unannounced mobile AR game

London-based tech start-up Conspexit Games has hired game development veterans Kuju to work on a new mobile augmented reality title designed to bring about social change.

Details on the game are thin, though the developer is aiming to properly announce it "soon". Conspexit Games has lofty goals for the release, promising immersion and artistry unlike anything else on mobile.

Kuju is an experienced work-for-hire developer that has developed games across all platforms. The unannounced title will be its first experience developing for AR.

No easy feat

“This is an ambitiously creative project; realising our innovative vision will be no easy feat and we can't think of anyone better than Kuju to work with on it," said Conspexit Game's Creative Director Russ Harding.

"The studio's track record speaks for itself and with their team working alongside ours we're confident that our debut game will be a truly awe-inspiring, immersive AR experience."

Conspexit has spent the last few months adding people to its board of directors while working on game prototypes. Glen Drury and Robby Yung have joined the board since June 2017.


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