OverviewGusto Games was a development studio based in Bloxham, Banbury, Oxfordshire, UK. It was established on 17th June 2003 and comprised former employees of Silicon Dreams.
In July 2007 the company announced to open a Derby-based Nintendo-focused studio to work on DS/Wii literary adaptations for Scholastic. The Derby studio was closed in January 2009.
In January 2011 the company made 14 people redundant, between a quarter and a third of its staff, and announced to transition to digital and mobile games. Employment of the remaining staff was terminated in May 2012. The studio was officially dissolved on 15th October 2013.
|I Spy Game Pack||(2012)|
|Get Up and Dance||(2011)|
|I Spy: Castle||(2011)|
|National Geographic Challenge!||(2011)|
|Operation Flashpoint: Red River||(2011)|
|DJ Hero 2||(2010)|
|John Daly's ProStroke Golf||(2010)|
|Ashes Cricket 2009||(2009)|
|Ultimate I Spy||(2008)|
|Championship Manager 2007||(2007)|
|ProStroke Golf: World Tour 2007||(2006)|
|Championship Manager 2006||(2006)|
|Championship Manager 5||(2005)|
|Freestyle Street Soccer||(2003)|
TriviaContact information (July 2008):
Gusto Games Limited
Tel: +44 (0) 1295 724 537
E-mail: [email protected]
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