Factsheet

Developer:
Black Zeppelin Studio
Based in the Netherlands

Founding date:
February 14, 2014

Website:
http://www.blackzeppelinstudio.com

Press / Business contact:
contact@blackzeppelinstudio.com

Social:
twitter.com/BlackZepStudio

Releases:
Discmaster

Address:
Lubeckweg 2
9723 HE Groningen
the Netherlands

Phone:
+31 6 5758 0805 (John) or +31 6 1490 1501 (Arrie)

Description

Black Zeppelin is a Dutch independent game studio made up of John Lopez and Arrie ten Wolde, focusing on board and card game mechanics and converting print games to digital.

History

Early history

Black Zeppelin Studio was founded in 2014 after developing and publishing several traditional card and board games, as well as fantasy/sci fi themed collectible card games. After gaining experience with digitally adapting traditional printed games, they recruited dedicated freelance programmers and artists on their team to explore this avenue of game development.

After that

After a few test cases of converting original (own IP) card- and board games to iOS and PC/MAC platforms (eg. Farmeroo!, Hubbly Bubbly Brew) Black Zeppelin Studio started work on developing a core system that would allow for easy development and testing of game concepts using card- and board game mechanics. Most recently they released ‘Discmaster’ for Nintendo Switch; a fun twist on the classic game of tic-tac-toe, reimagined with card game combat mechanics.

What's next?

Next to adding more content to Discmaster, Black Zeppelin is working on a Nintendo Switch version of a classic board game for kids (Farmeroo!) and a multiplayer sci fi battle arena game in which spaceships are clashing in chaotic space derbies on the fringes of the galaxy. More to be announced soon!

Projects


Videos

Discmaster release trailer YouTube


Images

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