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If you’re a regular at UE4 forums, you might have heard about 16-year-old Melbourne student Anthony Tan (awarded $50k from Unreal). His company Studio Happy Bee is working on an amazing stylized game Way to the Woods. The project is a third-person adventure, where you control a deer and her fawn. Animals explore a strange world filled with surreal imagery.
While working on Way to the Woods Anthony drew inspiration from Studio Ghibli works. The game is powered by Unreal Engine 4 and is accompanied by a beautiful soundtrack from London musician Jeremy Warmsley.
“Way to the Woods is an absolutely beautiful, unique looking game and upon speaking with Anthony, we could not have been more impressed. He’s an incredibly mature person for his age with a very bright future ahead of him and it’s mind blowing what he’s achieved thus far. Team17 is helping nurture a number of studios around the world and I personally can’t wait to help Anthony achieve his goals. We’re extremely excited to be here to share this journey with him”.
Debbie Bestwick, CEO of Team17
“To join a label that is responsible for helping teams such as Playtonic, Lilith, Mouldy Toof and many more is like a dream come true! I’m so excited to be working with an experienced label like Team17 and I’m confident that it’s the right positive step for Way to the Woods”.
Anthony Tan, founder of Studio Happy Bee
It’s great to see Team17 embracing such brave indie experiments. Our congratulations to Anthony. Keep up the good work.