Krome Studios is the developer of the platform game series "Ty the Tasmanian Tiger" in the 2000s, and is interested in bringing more series of games to Nintendo Switch.
This is after the first high-definition restoration of the Ty Tasmanian Tiger that was remodeled earlier this year.
Steve Stamatiadis of Krome Studios confirmed in an interview with Nintendo Everything that "Tasmanian Tigers 2 and 3" are both "ready to use" from an artistic point of view-although the company is currently focused on the first game Ported to other platforms.
Stamatiadis said: “We are happy.” “If the sales go well, we definitely want to introduce other games to the Switch (and other consoles).… We are working on other platforms. From the perspective of artwork assets, TY2 and TY3 have been Ready. They are already on Steam. For porting, this will be different because they use a different engine than TY1. "
The developers also revealed that there may still be new additions to the series. Unlike the latest work in the series, "Ty the Tasmanian Tiger 4" (Ty the Tasmanian Tiger 4) was released on the PC as a horizontal scroll in 2015. The team regards its fifth product as a complete 3D platform game. But the studio is currently limited by budget and size.
"If we make a TY 5, we will do it as 3D platform software. This is also a resource issue. For this type of game, we need a larger team size, a larger budget, and more stuff. We want The goal is not something that can be accomplished with a lot of money. Considering today ’s expectations for graphics and all appearances, the budget is much larger. The scale is large. At that time, the core team of TY1 was about 20-25 years old. Now we There are about 12 people. "
In 2010, Krome Studios reduced its size and shifted its focus to smaller releases in the leisure and DLC space.