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'''Evil Twin Artworks''' is a Swindon based grass roots company, dedicated to encouraging local talent. Victory at Sea, their first independent major release, launched in August 2014.
 
'''Evil Twin Artworks''' is a Swindon based grass roots company, dedicated to encouraging local talent. Victory at Sea, their first independent major release, launched in August 2014.
   
 
In January 2015 the studio was highlighted as a creative company to watch by Creative England’s Creative 50 report. The Creative Top 50 report seeks to highlight the upcoming creative development companies and showcase the impact creative industries have on the UK economy.
 
In January 2015 the studio was highlighted as a creative company to watch by Creative England’s Creative 50 report. The Creative Top 50 report seeks to highlight the upcoming creative development companies and showcase the impact creative industries have on the UK economy.
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== Links ==
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* [http://eviltwinartworks.com/ Corporate site]
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* [https://twitter.com/ievilgames Twitter]
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* [https://www.facebook.com/eviltwinartworks Facebook]
   
 
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Evil Twin Artworks is a Swindon based grass roots company, dedicated to encouraging local talent. Victory at Sea, their first independent major release, launched in August 2014.

In January 2015 the studio was highlighted as a creative company to watch by Creative England’s Creative 50 report. The Creative Top 50 report seeks to highlight the upcoming creative development companies and showcase the impact creative industries have on the UK economy.

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