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Gone Home developer rebrands as 'Fullbright,' just Fullbright

S. Prell, @SamPrell
August 4, 2014
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The Fullbright Company, development studio of Gone Home fame, is nixing the "company" part of its name and is now simply called "Fullbright." The developer released a new logo to mark the occasion – we feel a strange thirst for root beer for some reason.

Fullbright also announced that it's hiring. After Johnnemann Nordhagen left in June to form his own studio, Dim Bulb Games, the group requires a replacement programmer. Fullbright is also seeking a character animator. It would seem that, unlike Gone Home, future projects from the team will feature moving characters.

The multiple changes don't mean a shift in attitude, though. In the announcement post revealing the news, it's stated that the company ... er, group ... will continue to focus on "creating immersive, unforgettable story exploration video games." We're okay with this.
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