How Many People Are Working On Trine 2?

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This week, Finland-based Frozenbyte released a little bit of information on how many people are working on Trine 2, and what departments they work in. Here’s the simple list:

 

Trine 2 programming: 10
Trine 2 art/content: 13
Management: 3
Production/marketing/QA/cleaning/cooking: 7

 

In addition, 6 more employees are working on a game titled Splot. That’s a total of 39 employees, which is actually the total number of employees at Frozenbyte’s office. 32 of these employees are male, while the remaining 7 are female.

 

Food for thought:

34 of Frozenbyte’s staff prefer coffee in the morning, while only 5 prefer tea.


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