|Looking Glass co-founder joins Demiurge Studios|
|Posted: 07.08.2013 17:13 by||Comments: 0|
Looking Glass co-founder Paul Neurath is joining indie developer Demiurge Studios as part of their advisory board.
Neurath founded Looking Glass with Ned Lerner back in 1990, and was responsible for such classic titles as Ultima Underworld II, the System Shock games, Thief: The Dark Project and Thief II: The Metal Age, and the Flight Unlimited games. The studio's last game was Jane's Attack Squadron.
Demiurge operates out of Massachusetts, MA, and is best known for its platform shoot'em up Shoot Many Robots, as well as the PC port of the original Mass Effect.
Source: Games Industry BIZ