Factsheet

Developer:
Mighty Games
Based in Melbourne, Australia

Founding date:
July, 2013

Website:
mightygamesgroup.com

Press / Business contact:
press-contact@mightygamesgroup.com

Social:
https://twitter.com/shootyskies
facebook.com/mightygamesgroup

Releases:
Questy Quest
Shooty Skies
Charming Runes
Charming Keep

Address:
Level 2, 164 Kings Way
South Melbourne, 3205

Phone:

Description

We’re an independent games studio located in Melbourne, Australia. We specialise in making smart little mobile games that pack a big punch. Our focus is on fun, casual, social games with story and charm. Mighty combines the talents of Hipster Whale’s Matt Hall and Andy Sum (Crossy Road) with entertainment industry veterans Ben Britten and Matt Ditton.

History

In 2013, three indie studio directors - Matt Ditton of Many Monkeys, Ben Britten of Tin Man Games and Matt Hall of Klicktock - decided to combine their efforts and found a new studio. This new venture, Mighty Games, was built with a single goal in mind: explore the possibilities in the free-to-play casual games space and then create new, high quality games based on what they learned. The three became four after a collaboration between Matt Hall and Andy Sun created the massively successful Crossy Road. Backed by an extremely talented development team, the four directors of Mighty Games have overseen the release of several popular games, including Disney Crossy Road and Shooty Skies. Most recently they have released the first two entries in a series of whimsical fantasy-themed games, Charming Keep and Charming Runes.

Projects


Videos

Charming Keep Trailer YouTube

Shooty Skies Trailer YouTube


Images

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Awards & Recognition


    Team & Repeating Collaborator

    Matt Hall
    Director

    Andy Sum
    Director

    Ben Britten
    Director

    Matt Ditton
    Director


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