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SOCOM vets form casual studio, seeking Kickstarter support

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A team of vets displaced after Zipper Interactive closed have reformed as Nobodinos (pronounced: nobody knows) and are currently seeking funds through Kickstarter. GI.biz reports the studio launched shortly after Zipper shuttered, and has been at work on Bottom Feeders, a casual multiplatform game.

"Eventually we may get back to the big console titles, but for now we are focused on creating some casual and mobile games," the studio told GI.biz.

Nobodinos is going to have to cast a wide net to reach its goal of $225,000 within a month. More details on their development hopes and caviar dreams can be found on their Kickstarter page.

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