TouchVideo™ Interactive Video Streaming Technology to Help Narrative Studio Bring Cinematic Stories to More Platforms
LONDON & LOS ANGELES–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Telltale, the leading narrative game development studio and publisher, announced today that the company has acquired London-based interactive video technology company Flavourworks for an undisclosed amount. This follows last week’s launch of Telltale’s first new game since the company’s resurrection, The Expanse: A Telltale Series, and is in line with its commitment to bringing great narrative games to new audiences and platforms. Both Telltale and Flavourworks are backed by HIRO Capital, the leading Games and Metaverse Venture fund.
Flavourworks is a mobile-first, next-generation studio that develops and produces technology for cinematic interactive stories. Most notably, the company is the inventor and proprietor of TouchVideo™ – a methodology and software for highly responsive interaction with video. Flavourworks’ interactive streaming technology and games engine for video unlocks graphically rich, immersive gameplay on touchscreens and SmartTVs, as well as PC and consoles.