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Crash Bandicoot's Dad sets up new studio

Ex-Naughty Dogs now making iPhone games.

The co-founders of Naughty Dog, the studio behind Crash Bandicoot and Jak and Daxter, have set up a brand new studio.

Operating under the name Monkey Gods, it's been established by old hands Jason Rubin and Andy Gavin. Their first game will be an iPhone title called Snood, which is out on 1st June. An iPhone wordplay game called Monkwerks is also in the werks.

However, according to MonkeyGods.com, the studio will also produce titles for PS3, Wii and Xbox 360.

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