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  • #5165

    Anonymous

    http://www.us-irelandalliance.org/

    “Guests were welcomed by Ireland’s Minister for Enterprise, Trade and Employment, Micheal Martin, who announced that the Irish company, Nephin Games, developer of community-based mobile games, has recently agreed to a deal with Starwave Mobile, a unit of the Walt Disney Internet Group, to develop a mobile game.”

  • #30265

    Anonymous

    Sweet, great news :)

    On a side note David Holmes makes great tunes (for a ginger)

  • #30266

    Aphra K
    Keymaster

    the next feature on gd.ie will be about Nephin and I am typying up an interview with Alan Duggan, CEO, in the evenings this week. Past and current deals and games are discussed in the interview.

    Aphra.

  • #30268

    Anonymous

    very cool news guys …

    very cool

    8)

    have fun 8)

  • #30785

    Anonymous

    Go Nephin! Thats great news

  • #30892

    Aphra K
    Keymaster

    congrats on the new position in Nephin Tony!

    See http://www.gamedevelopers.ie/news/viewnews.php?article=263

    Aphra.

  • #30894

    Anonymous

    Finally, the words out eh tony. 8)
    Congrats again.

  • #30895

    Anonymous

    One problem with working in Galway though…..you are in serious danger of doing damage to your liver…. :p

  • #30896

    Anonymous

    One problem with working in Galway though…..you are in serious danger of doing damage to your liver…. :p[/quote:4ecde5b3c8]

    Leamingtons prone to the same problem. :(

  • #30897

    Anonymous

    One problem with working in Galway though…..you are in serious danger of doing damage to your liver…. :p[/quote:e46c866896]
    Tony normally nods off long before that could become a problem :lol:

  • #30898

    Aphra K
    Keymaster

    You know what – I have a photo to prove it!!

    but I will keep that for another time..

    Aphra.

  • #30899

    Anonymous

    Congratulations on the new posting Tony!

    Hopefully you’ll soon be able to say you have an actual released game under your belt! :P

    Does anyone know who’s taking over the reins at Torc?

    Regards…
    Mal

  • #30900

    Anonymous

    One problem with working in Galway though…..you are in serious danger of doing damage to your liver…. :p[/quote:dccb69c31c]
    Tony normally nods off long before that could become a problem :lol:[/quote:dccb69c31c]LOL… smart arse

    You know what – I have a photo to prove it!!

    but I will keep that for another time..

    Aphra.[/quote:dccb69c31c]now, now – let’s not go there <please!!!>

    Hopefully you’ll soon be able to say you have an actual released game under your belt! :P
    [/quote:dccb69c31c]Well, if you include the kind of stuff you do, Mal – then actually the last count was 40+! :P

  • #30901

    Anonymous

    but seriously – thanks for all the well-wishing both public and private. Much appreciated

  • #30902

    Anonymous

    yay :D

    flys a flag for Galway .

    very cool news release :D

    Well done to Tony, and to Nephin :D

  • #30906

    Anonymous

    Congrats Tony,
    looking forward to a whole new set of slides – “how to get two jobs in the games industry”.

    Don’t suppose you can comment on Torc’s situation? Nor do I suppose we’ll be getting a shiny Torc engine to play with in Coleraine anymore. I suppose I should stay away from the supposition altogether…until the 28th :twisted:
    Supping, now, there’s a harmlessly addictive pastime!
    [runs to local…]

  • #30909

    Anonymous

    Good luck in the new job Tony, be careful in Galway…its full of Galway people.

  • #30913

    Anonymous

    Congrats Tony… Don’t suppose you can comment on Torc’s situation? Nor do I suppose we’ll be getting a shiny Torc engine to play with in Coleraine anymore. I suppose I should stay away from the supposition altogether…until the 28th[/quote:090be995a7]cheers, Catbert…. Sorry, can’t speak for Torc – not my place anymore…. Except to say they’re a talented bunch, I loved working with them and I wish ’em all the best!!

    Good luck in the new job Tony, be careful in Galway…its full of Galway people.[/quote:090be995a7]… yes, it is :roll:

    …and some of them are very attractive!

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