Goat Simulator developer Coffee Stain Studios opens publishing arm

Wants to be a partner more than a publisher

Goat Simulator developer Coffee Stain Studios opens publishing arm

Swedish indie developer of viral game Goat Simulator Coffee Stain Studios has opened a new publishing arm.

Coffee Stain Publishing will strive to act more as a partner than a traditional publisher. The publisher states that it wants to offer the kinds of publishing deals it would like to have signed itself as an indie developer.

The first game signed to the new publishing arm is '80s inspired shooter Huntdown on PC and consoles.

This doesn't mean it won't publish for mobile - Coffee Stain has experience in the field, both self-publishing Goat Simulator and having published Double Zero One Zero's The Westport Independent.

Starting small

“Coffee Stain Publishing will start small, by signing only a few select projects," said Anton Westbergh, CEO of Coffee Stain Publishing.

"This to ensure that we can maintain high focus while also allowing ourselves to enjoy the fun in game development together with our developers. I am thrilled about all this."


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