Mobile game Hungry Shark swimming into the world of animation

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Mobile game Hungry Shark swimming into the world of animation

With Ubisoft-owned Future Games of London MD and Co-founder coming from a feature film background, there was no doubt that the creators of Hungry Shark World would eventually venture into animation.

Their first short arrived in the summer last year and FGOL aims to create more episodes.

And they aspire to turn the sharks in the popular game into personalities, giving them life beyond smart devices.

Here are a couple of Hungry Shark Shorts:

Meanwhile, the online game sees a massive growth in the UK, US, China and South Korea. Hungry Shark World has been building for the last couple of years and boasts live features such as live events, Cloud save, integrated customer service tool and a shark tank for social sharing.

FGOL Creative Director Chris Dawson said that the budget now is 100 times more the original budget in 2009 but the game still has the soul of an independent game with the production value of a console.

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