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Nucleosys Shutting Down

by Rainier on July 27, 2009 @ 3:40 p.m. PDT

Nucleosys was a two-man Argentinian studio known for making atmospheric mystery adventure games such as Scratches. It was working on Risk Profile: Federal Cases, an educational adventure game, which took much longer than expected to finish and has so far only been released in its home country. Its founder Agustin Cordes revealed that Nucleosys will be shutting down shortly, with both developers going their separate ways.
Nucleosys was a two-man Argentinian studio known for making atmospheric mystery adventure games such as Scratches. It was working on Risk Profile: Federal Cases, an educational adventure game, which took much longer than expected to finish and has so far only been released in its home country. Its founder Agustin Cordes revealed that Nucleosys will be shutting down shortly, with both developers going their separate ways.
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