The developer formerly known as Artificial Mind & Movement (A2M) has announced sequels to Naughty Bear and Wet are in the works.
Behaviour Interactive, as the studio is now known, is working on movie tie-in Rango and Xbox Live Arcade game Doritos Crash Course.
"Wet 2 (multi-platform), Naughty Bear 2 (multi-platform), Doritos Crash Course (XBLA) as well as Rango (multi-platform), which was announced by EA and Paramount Digital Entertainment on 4th November 4th, are all currently in development at Behaviour," said Senior Vice President of Business Development Jamie Leece.
"We have just completed Sims 3 (Wii), and are also working on several unannounced games for Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, Wii and DS, Xbox Live Arcade, PlayStation Network, next generation handhelds, a Facebook game to be launched in November and a Casual MMO to be launched early next year."
It appears Behaviour is yet to find a publisher for Wet 2 and Naughty Bear 2 – release windows were not mentioned, either.
Ellie gave action shooter Wet 7/10 upon its 2009 release. " It's shamelessly derivative, gloriously over-the-top and it doesn't take itself too seriously. Most of all, it's brilliant fun," she wrote.
Naughty Bear fared less well. Dan Pearson awarded the violent cuddle-em-up 4/10.
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