Warner Bros.' TT Games to develop first LEGO mobile gaming titles

Robert Hutchins

By Robert Hutchins

February 9th 2017 at 10:10AM
Warner Bros.' TT Games to develop first LEGO mobile gaming titles

The firm has acquired mobile game developer Playdemic to create the first series of LEGO mobile games.

TT Games has acquired the UK-based mobile game developer Playdemic in a move to create a raft of new LEGO mobile games.

A division of Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment, TT Games is the name behind a roster of best-selling LEGO titles, including LEGO Star Wars and LEGO Dimensions.

Under the new deal, the division will look to develop a new series of LEGO games, tapping into the latest generation of mobile game players.

“We couldn’t be happier to bring on board such a talented and capable team,” said Tom Stone, managing director, TT Games.

“Playdemic brings a unique set of skills to complement our existing studios, and a tremendous track record on mobile. They’re a perfect fit – and will enable us to take advantage of exciting new opportunities to build new kinds of socially connected LEGO games.”

Paul Gouge, Playdemic CEO, added: “This is a wonderful opportunity for our company. We built Playdemic to create innovative, meaningful mobile games with high production values, which deliver a uniquely social, incredibly fun and shared experience for our players – and cannot imagine a better context in which to continue that work.

“We’re all huge fans of the LEGO Group and the LEGO games made over the years by TT Games, and we’re tremendously proud to be able to make a new contribution to that legacy.”

The Wilmslow based Playdemic boasts a successful portfolio of mobile game titles, including Golf Clash and Village Life, which have been downloaded more than 50 million times, generating in excess of $50 million of revenue.