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GarageGames Signs Independent Developer Chronic Logic

by Rainier on July 17, 2003 @ 9:16 p.m. PDT

GarageGames announced today that they have signed an online licensing agreement with Chronic Logic LLC to bring Pontifex II to their line up of games in the garage. Chronic Logic has been making simple fun games since it began in 2001. Joining GarageGames in building the independent game movement, is the natural next step to gain the recognition their games deserve. By creating a partnership with Chronic Logic LLC, GarageGames continues to promote the innovative, fun games for which they have become known.

"Chronic Logic is excited to be joining forces with a fellow independent game company, GarageGames." Explains Josiah Pisciotta, Co-founder of Chronic Logic LLC. "Independent games are the main source of innovation in the games industry. By working with GarageGames we hope to bring that innovation to a wider audience."

"When we first started GarageGames our theory was that independent developers could come up with innovative games, but we didn't really have proof," comments Jeff Tunnell, President of GarageGames. “When I saw Bridge Builder a couple of months later, and I knew we had our proof, and that I wanted to publish that game. It took two more years for us to get our act together, but now we are finally publishing it."

About Chronic Logic:

Located in Santa Cruz, CA, Chronic Logic was founded in 2001 on the premise that there is still a demand for simple, yet fun games, and the developers that make them. Chronic Logic has continued to make simple fun games such as Pontifex II, Triptych and Word Peace. In 2003 the remaining founders of Chronic Logic, Alex Austin and Josiah Pisciotta formed Chronic Logic LLC, a limited liability company.

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