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Graphite Lab is a small independent game studio founded by Matt Raithel in 2009 in St. Louis, Missouri. It was started as a satellite office of developer Black Lantern Studios, but was renamed Graphite Lab in 2011. Our mission is to blend traditional technique with modern technology in order to create games that look great and are fun to play. Our past releases include major titles such as BEN 10 ALIEN FORCE: THE RISE OF HEX for XBLA and WiiWare as well as personal projects like HIVE JUMP.

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Hive Jump

Hive Jump

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HIVE JUMP is a sci-fi action platformer for 1-4 players blending run ‘n gun gameplay with strategic campaigns. (PC/MAC/Linux and WiiU) Hive Jump is...

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