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Media Molecule co-founder Mark Haley leaves Dreams Studios after 17 years -By Fsk

Media Molecule co-founder Mark Haley has left the studio after 17 years.

Healy co-founded Media Molecule with Karim Ettouni, Alex Evans and David Smith in Guildford in 2006 after working at Fable developer Lionhead (and making Rag Doll Kung Fu, the first non-Valve game on Steam). . Media Molecule’s first game was the 2008 PlayStation 3 user-generated content platformer LittleBigPlanet, which did so well that Sony bought the company two years later in 2010.

Healy worked on 2011’s LittleBigPlanet 2, 2013’s Tearaway, and most recently, the PlayStation 4 game Dreams.

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Media Molecule is set to stop live support for Dreams from 1st September 2023 onwards.

The “difficult decision” was made to focus on “an exciting new project” in the form of Media Molecule.

In a statement published on Twitter, Siobhan Reddy, director of Media Molecule Studios, said “the recent reshaping of the team is undeniably a moment”, but stressed that the team is “ready to take up the baton”.

Reddy said the new project is “exciting” but it is too early to talk about it. We look forward to updating you in the future,” Reddy said.

“From LittleBigPlanet to Dreams and beyond, I’m proud to have played my role and I’m fortunate to have connected some truly amazing people – and such an amazingly talented community that I will continue to be a fan of,” Haley said. Twitter,

“But a strong cosmic wind is pulling me up and my pirate heart is awake, I’m not getting any younger so I’m going to indulge myself in the winds of my various curiosities for a while and see what they bring me Where do you take…

“So here’s to new beginnings, following one’s heart and exploring the unknown – Yo Ho Ho and a bottle of rum – I’m off on a pirate adventure! (One that includes making games).”