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Cut The Rope developer ZeptoLab opens publishing business to all submissions

Cut The Rope developer ZeptoLab opens publishing business to all submissions

Cut The Rope developer ZeptoLab has officially entered the world of publishing and launched its own platform for developers to submit their games to the company.

It had been soft-launching its publishing services over the last year through a small number of directly submitted games. With its new website, it is opening submissions to all developers who wish to work with the studio.

ZeptoLab is looking for projects that it can help guide through later stages of development, marketing and community management. It will also be offering advice from its experienced team to help finish development.

A personalised approach

"We offer a very personalised approach to each game," said Mike Sviblov, ZeptoLab's Head of Publishing.

"First of all, no submission is left ignored. We try to review every game, even if it doesn't quite meet the criteria, and help developers identify problems and potential hidden strengths."

ZeptoLab is looking specifically for mobile titles that showcase innovation and are close to completion. Developers interested in working with the studio can find out more on its publishing website.


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