Top 10 similar words or synonyms for doubledutch

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Top 30 analogous words or synonyms for doubledutch

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SpeedRunners SpeedRunners is a multiplayer side-scrolling racing game developed by DoubleDutch Games and published by tinyBuild Games. Originally a free web browser game titled "SpeedRunner" and later an Xbox 360 game by the name "SpeedRunner HD" on Xbox Live Arcade, "SpeedRunners" was released on Steam on 26 August 2013 into Steam Early Access, and officially on 19 April 2016. It was recognised as an eSport by the Electronic Sports League in July 2015.
TinyBuild Games tinyBuild LLC, doing business as tinyBuild Games, is an American video game publisher and video game developer that is primarily associated with the games "No Time to Explain" and "SpeedRunners". Based in Bothell, Washington, with a development studio in Utrecht, Netherlands, the company was founded by Alex Nichiporchik, Luke Burtis and Tom Brien. Having found success with digital games "No Time to Explain" and "SpeedRunners", the latter of which was developed by DoubleDutch Games, the company has since moved into video game publishing, and has helped third-party studios release numerous titles across PC, mobile and console.
TinyBuild Games After tinyBuild made a name for itself with "No Time to Explain", the company began working with DoubleDutch Games on SpeedRunners. This co-development experiment proved fruitful, with lots of the games press and YouTubers reporting on the game. As of March 2015, SpeedRunners has sold more than 600,000 units to date. As a result, tinyBuild made the decision to begin publishing titles from third-party developers, starting with "Not the Robots" in 2013. Since then, tinyBuild has continued to work with third-party studios and has published numerous titles across Steam, iOS, Android and Video game console. tinyBuild has also worked with student teams to help bring their first games to market.