Global publisher Little Orbit announced that it has acquired video game developer Vicious Cycle Software.
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Vicious Cycle Software is bringing its multiplatform Vicious Engine to Wake Technical Community College (Wake Tech), where students at the North Carolina-based community college who are participating in its extensive game development program will have access to the level of tools that professional developers use on a day-to-day basis.
To better focus on the company's next-gen consoles development, Vicious Cycle Software has relocated to a 20,000 square feet new office and expanded its current 50-person team to more than 90 game development professionals.
Vicious Cycle Software and the Indiana University School of Education announced that students at the university who aspire to become future game developers will have have the opportunity to gain hands-on experience with the Vicious Engine, its cross-platform middleware development solution.
D3Publisher of America announced that it has acquired North Carolina-based Vicious Cycle Software, known for the Vicious Engine development technology for consoles, handhelds and the PC. Upon completion of the transaction, D3PA will hold Vicious Cycle Software as a subsidiary through share acquisition.
Vicious Cycle Software announced that the its cross-platform middleware solution, Vicious Engine, has joined Nintendo's Wii Third Party Tools Program.
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