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Tuna Remixed

It’s been a while since we posted anything after we ‘remixed’ Tuna as it were. Founders Mark and myself have opted for the production company model.  “What the hell does that mean”, I hear you ask? Well, it means that we no longer have a significant internal team for software development. Instead, we’re working with […]

All Change Please

The future for Tuna, which has been decidedly foggy for the last 18 months, is now clear. Mark and myself, who were Tuna from the very beginning, decided that we wanted to continue working on indie games as well as other creative web and media projects. However, we were sick of being hamstrung by the […]

Unity Programmer Wanted

Contract Position Available Different Tuna is the result of a collaboration between two UK based independent developers, Different Cloth and Tuna. Together we are developing ‘project Derrick’, a unique, innovative and beautiful indie project. Derrick is being funded by Channel 4 and Screen Yorkshire under the 4iP scheme. Different Tuna require a Unity programmer to […]
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The River of S***

A lot has happened since our last blog post. We’ve certainly been living the ups and downs of the game industry. If you thought making a game out of clay was hard enough, add in game industry politics. The big news is that Cletus Clay is now not going to be on Xbox Live Arcade. […]

Merry Cletus!

So, the Tuna people are off for a short holiday, possibly in the traditional Christmas snow. Meanwhile, here in New Zealand, the start of the Christmas season brings the first of the really nice weather as summer finally starts to kick in properly. I’m going to try to resist the temptation to get a beer, […]