Games without frontiers for Irish developer

Digit is working away on a major mobile game tied in with a Hollywood franchise blockbuster – a possible sign of big success to come

18th December, 2016
Chief executive of Digit Richard Barnwell

It’s been a good week for the Irish in Hollywood, and 2017 holds out the promise of even better things to come.

It is to the great credit of the talented people in front of and behind cameras from this part of the world that it’s no longer a surprise to see Irish names on the shortlist for awards like the Golden Globes.

From actress Ruth Negga to writer/director John Carney, we...

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