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William Pugh, one half of the two-man team behind the award winning first person exploration game The Stanley Parable, made a surprising announcement for his new indie studio called Crows Crows Crows.
The Stanley Parable was originally released as a free modification for Half-Life 2 on July 27, 2011 and later was remade into a high-definition stand-alone title. William Pugh was the man who created all the level design for the game, and he did a damn good job at that.
Pugh made the announcement for his new studio on twitter and has stated that Crows Crows Crows is planning to reveal its first game very soon. This is something to be quite excited for as the rest of the developers on the team include Dominik Johann, Sean O’Dowd, Jack De Quidt – one half of the team who developed Castles in the Sky, Andrew Roper, Andreas Jorgensen, and Grant Kirkhope – musical composer for games such as GoldenEye 64, Banjo Kazooie, and Yooka-Laylee.
On the official Crows Crows Crows website, there is a Steam icon indicating that their game will most likely be out on PC. The question is… will this game exceed expectations? Only time will tell.