d3t Ltd was founded on 13th July 2011 by Jamie Campbell and Steve Powell as a purely work-for-hire software design, development and delivery company. With work lined up from day one, Steve and Jamie approached rising star Andy Booth to see if he’d join them in their venture…
Five years later, we employ 32 talented individuals with a cumulative experience of 244 years. Our Board of Directors numbers five, including Andy as Technical Director. Our Senior Leadership Team has recently expanded with the appointment of our General Manager and our Office Manager, putting d3t in a strengthened position for continued growth.
We value creativity, welcome input from each and every member of our team and embrace a strong mentoring ethos. A stringent recruitment process means that it may not be easy to get a job with d3t – but those who have, are glad they did.
We know this – our team told us so.
We have worked on numerous games – some we can talk about and some that we can’t – and we are now at the leading edge of VR development. We have had the opportunity to develop the software behind amazing projects including ColliderCase, Battle of Bannockburn and the truly remarkable Forever Project. Our behind-the-scenes work has enabled clients to complete projects, to have the confidence to get where they want to be and to make their own systems the best they can be.
So, thank you to all our team and to our clients for making this happen. We are excited for d3t’s future and we look forward to working on many more exciting projects, with our friends old and new.
SEGA Mega Drive Classics Relaunching with Fully Interactive Hub & Steam Workshop Functionality
SEGA Europe Ltd is celebrating the launch of the all new SEGA Mega Drive Classics Hub on Steam with a 66% off sale on all SEGA Mega Drive currently available on the platform.
Anyone who purchases or already owns at least one SEGA Mega Drive title on Steam will be able to experience the wonder of the redesigned SEGA Mega Drive Classics Hub when it launches on the 28th April, 2016.
Developed by d3t
The new-look system, developed by d3t, from which you can access all the SEGA Mega Drive games you own on Steam, now resembles the bedroom of an early nineties SEGA fan with dynamic time-of-day conditions, retro SEGA paraphernalia, a shelf full of Mega Drive games reflecting which ones you own on Steam, and of course, a CRT TV! It’s not just cosmetic improvements though; every single Mega Drive game available now on the platform will feature Steam Workshop support, allowing you to share modified versions of your favourite retro SEGA titles!
In addition to the above new features the all new SEGA Mega Drive Collection hub also includes, spot-on emulation, local co-op for games that support it, optional graphic enhancement filters, the ability to save states at any point during gameplay and full controller and keyboard support. For a full list of SEGA Mega Drive games available on the platform, https://store.steampowered.com/sub/4839/.
For more information about SEGA, log on to www.sega.com and for more information about d3t, why not browse our website or call us on +44 (0) 1928 57 57 42.