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  • Type : Private
  • Activity : Video games
  • Starting date : 06/2003
  • Cessation place : Vara



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SimBin Studios (2003)

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SimBin Studios is a Swedish video game developer- and publisher founded in 2003 that develops racing simulators for Windows and the current-generation consoles. The company has its headquarters in Vara and the main development studio in Gothenburg. The company originally started as a modding team for the Image Space Incorporated game F1 2002, releasing a mod based on the 2002 season of the FIA GT championship, essentially the precursor to its first commercial game.

The company has already released GTR - FIA GT Racing Game, GT Legends, a sequel to GTR racing called GTR - FIA GT Racing Game 2, all published by 10tacle as well as RACE - The Official WTCC Game published by Eidos Interactive and RACE 07 - The Official WTCC Game which was the first SimBin game to include Formula cars. RACE 07 has gone on to have two expansion packs released for it: GTR Evolution and STCC - The Game. An Xbox 360 version of GTR was in production and due to be published by THQ. However, the development was cancelled.

In 2009, the core development group of Simbin, Blimey! Games, was acquired by Slightly Mad Studios. Slightly Mad Studios has since released Need for Speed: Shift and Shift 2: Unleashed, drawing on their experience from developing the GTR games.


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