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We’ll be working on a review for Piczle Cells, so I got in touch with James Kay at Score Studios to talk about the game. Come check it out!
PS4Blog: Hi James! Good to have you back with us today. How are you doing?
Hi Antonio! Things are going well, thank you. We’re still keeping very much to ourselves here in Japan as the vaccine rollout isn’t going very fast here. But otherwise healthy, happy, and busy!
I’ve had a lot of fun reviewing the games in Score Studios’ Piczle series, so for the studio’s 11th anniversary, I got in touch with James Kay to talk a bit about the franchise. Come check it out!
PS4Blog: Hi! Thank you for joining us this morning. Can you please tell our readers a bit about yourself and your work?
Hi! I’m James Kay, an independent game developer based in Tokyo. I’ve been a game developer for almost 25 years now, 20 of those here in Japan, where I worked at companies like Genki (Shutokou Battle series) and Marvelous (Harvest Moon series), before I started Score Studios in 2009. Initially, there was a lot of outsource work, but for a few years now, I’ve focused on creating original games, namely the Piczle series.
Piczle Lines 500 More Puzzles brings us a new game with the same basics as the previous entry with a ton more puzzles to solve. Come check out our Piczle Lines 500 More Puzzles review!
Animated Jigsaws: Beautiful Japanese Scenery from Dico, BottleCube and Rainy Frog is a game in which you put together animated jigsaws puzzles with serene and beautiful Japanese scenes. Learn more in our Animated Jigsaws: Beautiful Japanese Scenery review!