The UK video game producer Slightly Insane Studios Ltd. (SMS) is located in London, England. Their products are primarily video games focused on driving.
On January 12 2009, the corporation purchased Blimey! Games. Slightly Mad Studios published Need for Speed: Change to Electronic Arts in September 2009. The organization utilizes a collaborative production system; engineers reside and operate remotely worldwide.
The developer was the 17th most popular developer in the 2010 Develop 100 list. The production repertory of Slightly Mad Studios comprises mainly road games and simulators.
In 2017, Slightly Mad Studios released the sequence for its community-based CARS driving simulator. In an attempt to reduce the usual costs of publishing, this title was created by community-based growth, pre-alpha testing and financing. It was the first title of a range of similarly created games, and the phase is now named “World of Mass Development,” or WMD.
On January 2 2019, Slightly Mad Studios CEO and creator Ian Bell via Twitter revealed that the organization was going to develop their own video game system, branded as the Mad Box. Bell claimed that the console will be “the most powerful console ever made,” and that it could perform 4 K games up to 120 FPS, matching much of Virtual Reality headsets at 60 FPS per hand. The console should be considered to be “excellent PC in 2 years.”
The firm predicted that it would ship the system in 2022. Bell also confirmed in addition to its console, that it would provide players with free access to its engine patented software to create apps on the computer.
Last year, Slightly Mad Studios was purchased by Codemasters. It is one of the major producers and publishers of action games, for around $30 million in November 2019. It includes Project CARS naming rights and a game that is still released.