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Second Dinner's first mobile game will be based on the Marvel universe but details are scarce thus far

Second Dinner, a small studio formed by former Blizzard developers, has announced it's working on a new Marvel game.

"In all likelihood, this will be the best game ever made", said Second Dinner CEO Hamilton Chu. They're now working on an unannounced Marvel game which the team describes as "a kernel of a fun idea" that they've been playtesting an early prototype of.

As revealed via a new video and blog post on Second Dinner's website, Brode and the rest of the team announced that they're now creating a project associated with Marvel.

Second Dinner, as the studio are named, don't say anything about what the game is but it's probably a card game, no? Even though we likely won't know for quite some time what they are creating or what platforms it will be for, it's always exciting to hear that more Marvel video games are in the pipeline. "With the resources and creative freedom they now have, we look forward to what they will come up with next", said NetEase VP Ethan Wang in a canned statement about the investment.

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I was excited to meet him and I'm really looking forward to working with him and seeing what he's about". Playing in the Premier League, every game is tough and together we can try to do as well as we can'.


He added: "They and the team they've assembled at Second Dinner have made some of the greatest games in history". It's going to be awesome! "I made a spreadsheet so I'm pretty sure". Second Dinner is still expanding, but it already has a prototype and playtesting going on for whatever the game will be. We can't wait to show it to the people who we interview as candidates. The duo also posted a new YouTube video to announce that the studio has received funding from NetEase, a Chinese tech company.

Second Dinner is now looking for a client engineer and technical artist, and it's "really excited" to get some new perspectives on its game, Brode said.

"I'm just excited they're out of my house", said Mrs. Brode.

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