The Shift 100 has been created to identify the gaming technology entrepreneurs who are at the forefront of the industry’s revolutionary change. They run businesses that are innovating rapidly to meet the enhanced expectations of the modern, empowered consumer, and seek to offer greater interactivity, quality and entertainment value.
The Chinese Room was founded in 2007 by Dan Pinchbeck and Jessica Curry. The company originated from a mod team for Half-Life 2, based at the University of Portsmouth.
The Chinese Room is an independent video game development studio best known for working on experimental first-person games, such as the Half-Life 2 mod Dear Esther, and co-developing its full-fledged remake.
USP: A game development studio making worlds to explore and stories to discover.
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