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tinyBuild Games Interview

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tinyBuild Games Interview with Yulia Vakhrusheva, Director, Business Development

tinyBuild LLC, doing business as tinyBuild Games (stylized as tinyBuild GAMES, commonly referred to as tinyBuild), is an American video game publisher and video game developer that is primarily associated with the games No Time to Explain and SpeedRunners.

Based in Bothell, Washington, with a development studio in Utrecht, Netherlands, the company was founded by Alex Nichiporchik, Luke Burtis and Tom Brien. Having found success with digital games No Time to Explain and SpeedRunners, the latter of which was developed by DoubleDutch Games, the company has since moved into video game publishing, and has helped third-party studios release numerous titles across PC, mobile and console.

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