OverviewRelentless Software was a Brighton-based, British company formed in late 2003 by Andrew Eades and David Amor. Both Eades and Amor have track records in the videogames industry that include working at DMA, Virgin and Electronic Arts, and on many games including the Lemmings and Harry Potter franchises.
Their first game was DJ: Decks & FX, followed by various games in the Buzz! franchise. Additionally, Relentless developed Air Band and Mutation Station for Kinect Fun Labs and Kinect Nat Geo TV in partnership with Microsoft.
In February 2011 it was announced about twenty people were laid off. It led to the foundation of the studio Full Moon Game Studios Ltd. in the same month, led by Relentless' former Art Director Kalvin Lyle.
The company was shut down in August 2016.
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